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PhotosFive-0 First Look: Catherine Rejoins the Team for Episode 150
TVLine has confirmed that the actress will guest-star on the CBS drama as Danny Williams’ sister, Bridget.
To be introduced in the 10th episode of Season 7, Bridget — who still lives in New Jersey with her husband and kids — comes to Hawaii alone for a corporate retreat. Scott Caan’s Danny, witnessing his sister in a professional setting, in turn discovers a side of her that he has never seen.
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Fighting crime solo, actually killing bad guys and questioning a hero’s future — it’s back to the beginning for Arrow when the CW series returns this Wednesday at 8/7c.
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In the new episodes, “we’re talking about Oliver’s legacy” and what that might be, executive producer Wendy Mericle previews. At the top of Season 5, “aside from Felicity in the bunker, he’s out on his own. That is where we started the show.”
But Oliver won’t be alone for long. Part of his journey will »
Oliver Queen is, once again, a killing machine.
In a new trailer for Arrow Season 5, the masked hero puts death-by-lethal force back on the table, which is a “a huge step backwards,” in Thea’s opinion.
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While Oliver certainly makes his might known on the streets of Star City, taking out criminals left and right, he can’t do it alone. With Big Bad Prometheus on the streets murdering people, Team Arrow takes in some new recruits, who are put through the ringer by Ol and Dig. And »
When it comes to posters promoting new seasons of returning shows, we always appreciate a fresh, dedicated photo shoot — as The CW’s Arrow has done to tout Season 5.
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As revealed in the logline for the new season, Oliver — with Diggle and Thea now out of the mix and Laurel no longer with us (R.I.P. »
We don’t yet know who’s playing him, but the mystery villain Prometheus looms large in the first set of photos from Arrow Season 5.
There’s also Oliver in a suit that is neither green nor leather, a Speedy sighting and the return of frenemy Anatoly Knyazev (played by David Nykl), who is accompanied by seemingly half the population of Luchegorsk.
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Arrow is honoring dearly departed Laurel’s legacy in a very big way in a new teaser for Season 5.
Black Canary may be gone, but her memory lives on as Star City unveils a statue of the costumed crimefighter while Oliver contemplatively looks on. (Her portrayer, Katie Cassidy — who is now a series regular across Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow — will return in the season opener to spill what Laurel told Oliver before her death.)
As the reminder of his friend’s sacrifice looms, the archer must »
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Chicago – One of Chicago’s most popular pop culture gatherings is the Wizard World Comic Con, and the 2016 edition is building anticipation for the weekend of August 18th through the 21st. Besides the fan costumes, vendor booths and comic book legends, Wizard World has appearances from TV and movie celebrities, highlighted by Michael J. Fox (“Back to the Future”), David Duchovny (“The X-Files”) and Princess Leia herself, the one and only Carrie Fisher.
To gear up for this year’s Wizard World Comic Con, HollywoodChicago.com is publishing – for the first time – a series of Exclusive Portraits from last year’s Wizard World Comic Con. Photographer Joe Arce was there, and shot 22 Exclusive Portraits of the type of TV and movie celebrities that Wizard World can offer at the event.
The Wizard World Comic Con is a yearly event in Chicago, »
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“I must break… Oliver Queen.”
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It’s time to get the band back together — or, form a new one! — as Arrow opens Season 5.
As seen in the trailer for the CW series’ new run, Oliver (begrudgingly) takes Felicity’s advice to break in a new battalion of wannabe heroes, in the wake of Diggle and Thea quitting the team.
Earlier this month, Stephen Amell said, “The villain that we are introducing is a direct result of things that Oliver »
Having first stepped into Cody Rhodes‘ professional playground some 11 months ago, Arrow‘s Stephen Amell announced that the former WWE grappler will have a chance to return the favor, with a guest spot on the CW series.
During a joint “Wrestling Rivals” appearance at the Heroes & Villains FanFest held Saturday at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, N.J., Amell told the crowd that Rhodes (born Cody Runnels, and who parted ways with the WWE in May) will guest-star in the third episode of Season 5.
Details on »
Carly Pope wants the dirt on Oliver Queen.
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Susan — who makes her debut in Episode 3 — comes to Star City and targets the new mayor for a big story. In the DC Comics, the reporter is married to Jim Jordan, the little brother of Coast City’s resident hero Green Lantern, aka Hal Jordan.
Pope joins a growing list of Season 5 newbies that also includes Chicago P.D. »
Star City Pd is staffing up in the wake of Captain Lance’s firing.
Ritter joins a growing list of Season 5 newbies that also includes Chicago P.D.’s Josh Segarra (in the series-regular role of D.A. Adrian Chase aka Vigilante), Reaper alum Rick Gonzalez as the DC Comics character Wild Dog and The Walking Dead‘s Chad L. Coleman as new villain Tobias Church. »
To bring to life its new baddie, Arrow wanted a performer who called to mind The Wire’s Stringer Bell — and came damn close: The show has cast the actor who played the acclaimed HBO drama’s Dennis “Cutty” Wise instead.
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Chad L. Coleman will recur on Season 5 of the CW series as Tobias Church, an imposing gangster who is looking to unite the various criminal enterprises in Star City under his own singular command, IGN.com reports.
As TVLine first revealed, a casting breakdown likened the heavy »
RelatedArrow Casts Series Regular Role of DC Vigilante Adrian Chase in Season 5
Having previously appeared in the first episode following Laurel’s death — as Evelyn Crawford, an aspiring vigilante — McLaughlin will reprise her role in multiple Season 5 episodes, our sister site Variety reports. This time, though, Evelyn will adopt the superhero persona of the archer known as Artemis.
Deadline is reporting that Josh Segarra (Chicago P.D.) has signed on as a series regular for the fifth season of Arrow, where he will play Adrian Chase, “Star City’s new district attorney and an ally of Mayor Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), who aims to clean up the streets through the legal system.”
In the DC comic book universe, Chase is the civilian alter-ego of the Vigilante, and was created by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, making his debut back in 1983’s New Teen Titans Annual #2 before heading up his own solo series.
Arrow returns for its fifth season in the fall.
- Gary Collinson
There’s an upside to getting killed off Chicago P.D.
Arrow has tapped Josh Segarra — who recurred on the NBC drama as Justin Voight before meeting his demise in last month’s finale — to play the series-regular role of Star City’s new district attorney, Adrian Chase, our sister site Deadline reports.
The character serves as an ally to Mayor Oliver Queen and aims to clean up the streets through the legal system.
As TVLine first reported, Chase is described as an “irrepressibly »
We’ve already heard casting news for Gotham, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl today, and now Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Rick Gonzalez has signed on for a recurring role in another DC show, Arrow.
The site has revealed that the Coach Carter and Reaper star is set to play the DC character Wild Dog, “a new vigilante in Star City whose reckless and cocksure nature prompts Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) to take him under his wing.”
Gonzalez is set to debut in the season five premiere this fall, and will appear in multiple episodes.
- Gary Collinson
At the end of Arrow‘s fourth season, the team went their separate ways, and Oliver Queen was left to tackle Star City’s criminals by himself. However, the first major casting addition to season five of The CW series points to the hero having some backup in the form of a new vigilante when the show returns.
We’re referring to a relatively obscure DC Comics character known as Wild Dog. Introduced in a short-lived series in the late 1980s, Wild Dog was a former star athlete and Marine who turned to vigilantism when his girlfriend was murdered because of her secret ties to the mob. How much of that backstory Arrow will keep remains to be seen, but we do know that he’ll be played by Rick Gonzalez (Mr. Robot, Reaper).
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The official description for the small screen version of Wild Dog reveals that he is, “a new vigilante in Star City whose reckless and cocksure nature prompts Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) to take him under his wing.” That actually sounds fairly similar to what happened when Oliver decided to train Roy Harper as Arsenal, so it’s now going to be interesting to see how this relationship ends up being different to that one.
After the very mixed response to season four, it’s pretty clear that Arrow needs to up its game, especially with the likes of Supergirl and The Flash also on the network. With any luck, the addition of Wild Dog will help freshen things up for the series. »
- Josh Wilding
Team Arrow is taking in a new member.
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As TVLine first told you, the newbie is a cocksure ex-Marine turned vigilante. His reckless nature prompts the Green Arrow to take him under his wing.
The new season will also introduce Oliver’s yet-to-be-cast unpredictable/”charming” new adversary and a ruthless crime lord loosely inspired by Idris Elba’s Wire drug kingpin Stringer Bell.
Gonzalez — whose TV »
Team Arrow disbanded in the season four finale, but the Green Arrow will have a new ally this Fall in the form of DC Comics vigilante Jason Seaborn/Wild Dog. A relatively obscure character, he first appeared in his own solo mini-series in 1987. That depicted Wild Dog as a former star athlete and Marine who turned to vigilantism when his girlfriend was murdered because of her secret mob ties. Entertainment Weekly reveals that Rick Gonzalez (Mr. Robot, Reaper) will be playing this live-action take on the character, and he's described as, "a new vigilante in Star City whose reckless and cocksure nature prompts Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) to take him under his wing." That's all we know for now, but the site mentions that he'll appear in multiple episodes, starting with the season premiere. Are you looking forward to seeing Wild Dog in season five of Arrow? Share your thoughts below. »
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