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Arrow has some new company. This weekend, The CW announced Person of Interest star Michael Emerson has joined season six of the DC Comics TV show.The superhero drama follows Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), a billionaire playboy who begins fighting wrongdoers after being presumed dead for years. The cast also includes Katie Cassidy, Willa Holland, David Ramsey, Paul Blackthorne, Emily Bett Rickards, Echo Kellum, Josh Segarra, and Colton Haynes.Read More… »
Though the casts and producers on the DC superhero dramas didn’t provide any tangible answers for what will happen to Team Flash following Barry Allen’s disappearance into the Speed Force or the island explosion that seemingly left everyone -- except Oliver Queen and his son, William -- dead, they did release sneak peeks for the new seasons that offered some big hints.
For The Flash, Barry’s decision to leave fiancée Iris West and enter the Speed Force means the team will have a de facto new leader, who just so happens to be Iris herself. In the first look at the fourth season, Iris takes the control board in Flash headquarters and becomes an even more assertive presence.
“Iris has focused »
At the close of Season 5 of “Arrow,” there was a huge explosion on the island that left the status of Team Arrow in question. When the gang hit the Comic-Con stage two months later on Saturday, fans got to see an early sneak peek at what our heroes will be up to in the new season.
The panel included stars Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsay, Emily Bett Rickards, Willa Holland, Echo Kellum, Rick Gonzales, Juliana Harkavy, and Katie Cassidy, as well as executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle.
Mericle opened the panel by talking about the explosion, “The explosion felt like the right way to wrap up Oliver’s story.” Guggenheim added, “Season 5 would end as the end to the last ten years of Oliver’s life. We’re not rebooting the show, we’ll double down on things that resonated with people in Season 5. We will see a different kind of Oliver Queen. We »
- Diane Gordon
The Arrow team gathered at San Diego’s Comic Con and dropped a new trailer for the forthcoming sixth season, which picks up following the Lian Yu island explosion. The preview doesn’t say much about who survived the explosion but it does tease the return of Katie Cassidy’s Laurel a.k.a Black Canary, who, in the video, battles it out with the new Black Canary (Juliana Harkavy). Also, the trailer gives a glimpse at what Oliver Queen/Arrow’s life is like now as he juggles… »
The Arrow cast and producers weren’t giving away intel about who did or didn’t survive that Lian Yu explosion during the show’s Comic-Con panel on Saturday — but they did drop some scoop about Season 6.
Read on to find out who’s getting the flashback treatment, how Oliver is faring as a dad, who’s the new thorn in team Arrow’s side and more.
* In keeping with next season’s found-family theme, a “villainous cabal” rather than a single foe will torment Oliver & Co. throughout the season. As reported here, Michael Emerson (Person of Interest) will be part of the group, »
The comic book creator announced that a new movie based on his creation is in the works, courtesy of Blumhouse Productions.
“We just signed [Jason Blum] yesterday,” McFarlane said in a video announcement on Friday during San Diego Comic-Con. “No more theoretical … It’s coming. Get ready for it. We’re going into production.”
The character of Spawn first appeared in print in 1992, and gained popularity in the comics community almost instantly. In 1997 New Line adapted the character into a feature film starring Michael Jai White. The movie was a modest financial success, but did not earn critical approval. McFarlane said in Friday’s announcement that the new movie will be rated R, as opposed to the first go-around, which was PG-13. HBO also took a crack at the antihero in an animated series that lasted for three seasons, each with six episodes, and »
- Seth Kelley
After Arrow season 5 left us on one of the series’ greatest cliffhangers to date, which we’ve never hesitated referring to as a literally “explosive finale,” the question on our minds and those of millions of other viewers is just who survived the blast Prometheus had been responsible for.
Well, we do know that Juliana Harkavy will return as Dinah Drake, not only because she’s been promoted to being a series regular, but also because the first official image of her donning the Black Canary costume was released last week. Likewise, Katie Cassidy and Rick Gonzalez will be counted among the principal cast, as they reprise their roles as Black Siren and Wild Dog, respectively.
So, aside from other reports implying that Felicity Smoak and Quentin Lance are also still among the living, we’re guessing that pretty much everybody made it out alive, except for maybe Oliver Queen’s baby mama. »
- Eric Joseph
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- Brent Lang and Gordon Cox
The Star City police officer reluctantly took over the role of Black Canary from Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy), who was
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- Keisha Hatchett
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"...in 'Hard Traveling Hero', Part One: Unwilling to let another city suffer the same fate as Seattle, 'Green Arrow' kicks off a new quest to hunt down the 'Ninth Circle' across America!
"To stop disaster before it can happen, the (in)famously hot-headed 'Oliver Queen' must mend fences with those he's alienated in the past, starting with 'The Flash'..."
"...'Deathstroke', 'Nyssa Al Ghul', 'Merlyn' and 'Digger Harkness', join with 'Oliver' in the battle against 'Prometheus'.
- Michael Stevens
Warner Bros. TV has unveiled its Comic-Con 2017 slate, which will feature the first Big Bang Theory cast panel in five years.
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Ahead of Season 11, cast members Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, Kunal Nayyar, Mayim Bialik and Kevin Sussman will be on hand for a Q&A, following four consecutive years of writers’ room panels. (At this time, Jim Parsons, Simon Helberg and Melissa Rauch are not scheduled to appear.)
Danielle Panabaker is married!
The Flash star, 29, and fiancé Hayes Robbins tied the knot on Saturday, her rep confirms to People.
“6.24.17 Happiest day of my life,” Panabaker captioned her wedding photo Monday on Twitter and Instagram.
6.24.17 Happiest day of my life pic.twitter.com/Vq080SBF2o
— Danielle Panabaker (@dpanabaker) June 26, 2017
The actress’ Flash castmates and fellow CW stars were in attendance. Grant Gustin, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanagh, Jesse L. Martin, Katie Cassidy and Victor Garber celebrated the nuptials with the couple, according to Entertainment Tonight.
People learned exclusively in June 2016 that Panabaker and entertainment attorney Robbins were engaged.
- Karen Mizoguchi
Danielle Panabaker is officially off the market! The Flash star had a weekend to remember when she married entertainment attorney Hayes Robbins Saturday afternoon. In a social media post, the actress confirmed the news by showcasing her wedding day look. "6.24.17 Happiest day of my life," she wrote while kissing her husband on the lips. According to Entertainment Tonight, the bride wore a Monique Lhuillier gown as more than a few famous friends watched the couple exchange vows. In fact, Flash co-stars Grant Gustin, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanagh and Jesse L. Martin were all reportedly in attendance. CW stars Katie Cassidy and Victor Garber also appeared during the »
We’ll presumably get our first look at the upcoming sixth season of Arrow during San Diego Comic-Con International next month with the traditional release of the first trailer, but to tide us over executive producer Andrew Guggenheim has taken to Twitter to share a piece of season six production art featuring a new memorial display to Laurel Lance’s Black Canary…
As yet, we know very little about the sixth season of Arrow, although Katie Cassidy is confirmed to make her return as a series regular, and Stephen Amell has said the theme of the season will be “family”.
See Also: Follow all of our Arrow coverage here
Arrow will return to The CW for season six on its new night of Thursdays, starting October 12th. »
- Gary Collinson
Although many of us were ready to break something after Laurel Lance Aka The Black Canary was killed off in Arrow season 4, we were pleased to at least see Katie Cassidy remain in the fold, albeit as Black Siren, an evil doppelgänger from Earth-2. Originally having been introduced over on The Flash, this counterpart eventually found her way to Star City, which obviously seemed like a more natural home for her.
In the time since, she’s effectively toyed with the emotions of Oliver Queen before later playing a vital part in Adrian Chase’s endgame in the explosive season finale that has since left DC TV devotees reeling. As it turns out, the decision as to which side she would choose came down to the wire, something executive producer and co-showrunner Marc Guggenheim told Entertainment Weekly’s Superhero Insider show on Sirius Xm:
“Black Siren went back and forth. We had discussions about whether or not she should be allied with Chase at the end, or allied with Oliver at the end, albeit begrudgingly. We went back and forth and debated the pros and cons of it, and we really felt that true to Evil Laurel’s character, she wouldn’t help Oliver out in this circumstance. It would make more sense that she would be aligned with Chase, who she actually has to thank for her freedom for getting out of the pipeline where she was being held captive on Flash. It also gave us more interesting places to go with her character in Season 6.”
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Ultimately, it was best that she remained on the side of evil, at least for now. After all, you wouldn’t have wanted the final two episodes of one of Arrow’s finest showings to become bloated with too many subplots, now would you? Besides, they could still play around with the idea of her going down the road of redemption next season given that Cassidy is once again a series regular.
In addition to that, Guggeheim reflected on the fan favorite actress venturing to the opposite end of the spectrum:
“For us, it was really simple. When Katie came back to be Black Siren in 510, we watched the cut of 510 and we were so excited about this iteration of Laurel. Katie just crushed it. I think it shows how much fun Katie is having playing this version of Laurel. We did what we always do, which is if something’s really working on the screen, we find a way to write towards it.”
Arrow returns for its sixth season on Thursday, October 12 on The CW. Will you be tuning in? Let us know in the usual place below! »
- Eric Joseph
Given its penchant for recycling, The CW’s got to have one of the smallest carbon footprints in Hollywood.
ExclusiveThe Originals Season 5 Twist Could Set the Stage for Another Spinoff
If you’ve been a regular viewer since the network launched in Oct. 2006, you’ve probably noticed that a lot of the same (attractive) faces keep popping up. TVLine certainly has, and we’ve decided to start tallying ’em up in order to determine, once and for all, which actors deserve to be crowned CW royalty.
You may not be surprised by every actor in our gallery — especially if you »
It's no secret that Katie Cassidy loves hitting the beaches of Miami. When she isn't busy filming Arrow, the actress, who plays the villainous Black Siren on the show, makes sure to slip into a sexy two-piece and put her rock-hard body on display. Most recently, Katie showed off her fit frame during her romantic getaway with her fiancé Matthew Rodgers. Keep reading for some of her hottest bikini moments over the years. Related38 Sexy Swimsuit Moments Guaranteed to Make Your Summer Even Hotter »
- Monica Sisavat
If you’re current on Arrow, then you’re well aware of how season 5 – the best one the show’s seen in years – quite literally went out with a bang. We say that because Prometheus/Adrian Chase shot himself in the head, thereby triggering a dead man’s switch connected to a myriad of bombs scattered around Lian Yu that were rigged to blow. Thus, we’ll be left in suspense until this fall as to which characters survived aside from Oliver Queen and his son, William.
We can say with confidence though that there are at least three people coming back for certain because each have been confirmed as being series regulars for the coming season: Julian Harkavy, Rick Gonzalez and Katie Cassidy, who play Dinah Drake (the new Black Canary), Wild Dog and Black Siren, respectively.
Thanks to recent comments made by executive producer Wendy Mericle, it looks »
- Eric Joseph
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