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Arrow Season 2 Aims for September 16 Release

11 July 2014 10:26 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Burbank, CA (July 10, 2014) – Just in time for Arrow’s third season on The CW, catch up with the hard-hitting action series as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group (Wbheg) releases Arrow: The Complete Second Season on Blu-rayTM Combo Pack and DVD and on September 16, 2014.  The releasecontains all 23 action-packed episodes from the second season, plus the one-hour Season One recap episode, “Year One,” and over 90 minutesof extra content, including episode commentary, three behind-the-scenes featurettes, deleted scenes, six mini-webisodes, and a gag reel from The CW’s #1 series among Total Viewers. Arrow: The Complete Second Season is priced at $59.98 Srp on DVD and $69.97 Srp on Blu-ray Combo Pack.

Billionaire archery enthusiast Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) returns for another season in Starling City. Sworn to fight crime and corruption in his city, Oliver (aka the Arrow) – with the help of the tech-savvy Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) and his iron-fisted right hand, »

- ComicMix Staff

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Confirmed: Former 'Flash' star John Wesley Shipp will play father of 'The Flash'

27 May 2014 7:00 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

(Cbr) John Wesley Shipp's "mysterious" role on upcoming CW series "The Flash" has been confirmed by the network: He's playing Henry Allen, father to lead character Barry Allen (Grant Gustin). "Given his history with The Flash, Andrew [Kreisberg], Geoff [Johns] and I could only think of one person we wanted to play Barry's father and that was John Wesley Shipp," "Flash" executive producer Greg Berlanti said in a statement. "He gives a fantastic and emotional performance in the pilot and we are looking forward to his presence in many more episodes. Also, personally, it was just wonderful to work with him again since my days at 'Dawson's Creek'. He's a great actor and a great guy." While not previously disclosed, Shipp's role was heavily hinted at the extended trailer released by The CW following the show's series order earlier this month, with the actor visible in a Allen family photo. »

- Albert Ching, Comic Book Resources

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New Details For Arrow Season 3 Trickle In

15 May 2014 9:57 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Arrow‘s second season came to a close last night with an explosive finale that tied up enough loose ends for a satisfying conclusion, but left the characters in interesting places for season 3. It may be a while before we know any concrete details about what the showrunners have planned for the emerald archer next season, but a few pieces of information have come trickling in today.

The first piece of info comes from the Arrow himself, actor Stephen Amell. He took to Twitter to announce that John Barrowman, who plays Malcom Merlyn, has been bumped up as a series regular for the upcoming season.

#Arrow has a new series regular. @Team_Barrowman — What could go wrong?!?! pic.twitter.com/VgFQdQhKNq

Stephen Amell (@amellywood) May 15, 2014

Fans should definitely be pleased to hear this, as Barrowman was one of the best parts of the first season. His presence was surely missed this year, »

- James Garcia

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5-Minute 'The Flash' Trailer and First Clip!

15 May 2014 10:55 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

The CW Network unveiled a full five-minute trailer and a new clip for The Flash during the network's upfront presentation in New York City today. In addition, we also have two photos from the pilot episode. While the network hasn't announced a premiere date for this series starring Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, who was introduced in two episodes of Arrow earlier this season, the network did announce the show will debut on Tuesday nights at 8 Pm Et. Take a look at the new footage and images, then read the official plot description below and, in case you missed it, clickHere to watch the first trailer that debuted yesterday.

Barry Allen was just 11 years old when his mother was killed in a bizarre and terrifying incident and his father was falsely convicted of the murder. With his life changed forever by the tragedy, Barry was taken in and raised by Detective Joe West, »

- MovieWeb

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Katie Holmes cast in ABC pilot from 'Behind the Candelabra' scribe

7 March 2014 11:27 AM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Katie Holmes is going from Capeside to the East Side.

The Dawson’s Creek actress has been cast in an untitled high society drama pilot for ABC from Behind the Candelabra writer Richard Lagravenese, EW has confirmed.

Holmes will star opposite Rufus Sewell in this drama about opposing couples living in New York City. She will play Ann, a well-bred and educated woman who runs a philanthropic foundation with her husband. After Philip (Sewell) and his wife Margot make a bet to destroy Ann’s seemingly perfect marriage, Ann and Philip engage in a rivalry. The two equally-matched, powerful socialites »

- Jake Perlman

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'Arrow' spinoff: 'The Flash' casts Tom Cavanagh as a physicist

10 February 2014 7:15 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

"The Flash" has cast another part for the "Arrow" spinoff: Tom Cavanagh ("Ed") will play physicist Harrison Wells on the potential, DC Comics-based series.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cavanagh's character of Wells was a "rock star in the world of physics" before his pet project went horribly awry. That would be the S.T.A.R. Labs Particle Accelerator. In the "Three Ghosts" episode of "Arrow," Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) went home to Central City just in time to get caught in the accelerator's bizarre explosion.

That confluence of events is set to create the superhero known as the Flash.

Unfortunately for Wells, the explosion also means that he's a scientific pariah -- he only gets a shot at redemption when he realizes Barry has gained super speed as a result of the accident.

With the casting of Cavanagh, the "Flash" pilot has almost all of its characters set. »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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CW's 'The Flash' adds 'Ed' star in major role

10 February 2014 5:45 PM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

CW’s Arrow spin-off pilot has added actor Tom Cavanagh to the cast.

Cavanagh will play “Harrison Wells” on The Flash. He’s described as “a rock star in the world of physics, the mind and money behind Central City’s S.T.A.R. Labs Particle Accelerator. He becomes a pariah after the lab’s explosion, but he charts his path to redemption when he discovers that his failed experiment had the unintended consequence of creating the world’s fastest man (Grant Gustin).”

Best known as the star of the 2000-04 NBC series Ed, Cavanagh has also had arcs »

- James Hibberd

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