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Highlights: -Guggenheim shares that working on Eli Stone with fellow producers Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti- a show that was always on the cusp of being cancelled; they learned to not save anything for later. - Confirms that despite Seth Gabel signing up for the ABC pilot Gothika, his contract permits him to return to Arrow as "The Count" (Vertigo) and that there have been some preliminary discussions about how to bring the count back in Season Two - Admits that they have taken into account the fan reaction to the number of people that have learned The Hood's (Green Arrow) secret identity and says the show will be 'more protective' of that moving forward. -Commenting on an overheard rumor, the obscure DC Comics character Gravedigger won't be appearing on the show... at least not in Season One -Says the relationship between Oliver and Felicity will definitely be explored »
Shortly before the cast of Arrow hit the WonderCon stage, I was able to participate in a roundtable interview with producer Marc Guggenheim. He talked about the pacing of Arrow’s storylines, what he learned from working on Eli Stone, whether he’s worried about running out of story, if other heroes and villains from the DC universe will make an appearance, the fan reaction to Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards), the show's plans for her and Oliver (Stephen Amell) going forward, the reveal about what's going on in The Glades, and a lot more. Hit the jump to watch. If you missed our recap of the Arrow WonderCon panel, click here. And here’s our interview with Stephen Amell and Willa Holland Marc Guggenheim Time Index: 0:10 – Talks about making Arrow stand out from other series on television and approaching the show from a fan’s perspective. 1:20 – Comments on »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
McHale previously said that he hopes Sagal plays his mom, reports eonline.com.
McHale responded: "Wooo!".
- Ketali Mehta
Victor Garber has confirmed he is gay. The 'Argo' actor has never publicly addressed his sexuality, but said he is planning to attend the screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards later this month with long-term partner Rainer Andreesen. Asked about an entry on his Wikipedia page - which is not official and open to editing by users - that says he lives in New York City with the artist-and-model, the 63-year-old actor told blog Greg in Hollywood: ''I don't really talk about it but everybody knows. He's going to be out here with me for the SAG Awards.'' The former 'Alias' actor can next be seen in NBC drama series 'Deception' and says the drama series is like ''dessert'' because it is everything he ever wanted. He said: ''I'm a lucky actor, I work. But this is the first series that's come along since 'Eli Stone', »
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5 items from 2013
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