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Labor Day is over, so here comes more television!
Neither of these pieces necessarily tell us anything unexpected: The Flash is still CW's comic book property (so let's use a half-tone filter!), a brother-series to Arrow, starring Grant Gustin as Barry Allen.
The Walking Dead, returning for it's fifth season, is still a grim zombie show starring Andrew Lincoln as a still-alive Rick Grimes. "Hunt or be Hunted" is the new Season 5 slogan, but can The Walking dead on AMC escape the endless circle of misery that is the rest of The Walking Dead property (humans being horrible to humans until everyone is dead)? Does anyone really want it to? I guess we'll find out on Sunday October 12th. »
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Question: Any Vampire Diaries scoop? Especially something about our favorite vampire, Caroline Forbes? —Chery
Ausiello: Oh, I’ve got Caroline scoop, and it’s juicy. Her romance with Stefan will become a major part of her Season 6 storyline, even if that romance isn’t exactly a two-way street. “She’s going to realize it’s a little more one-sided than she was hoping, and there’s going to be some fallout from that,” executive producer Caroline Dries says. »
If you’re a fan of Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak (better known as “Olicity” to those rooting for them to get together), then you’re going to love this promo as the two share a kiss in between plenty of great new footage from season three of Arrow. Though it’s brief, there are plenty of other notable moments too.
Those include a glimpse of Peter Stormare’s Count Vertigo and Oliver’s half-sister Thea being trained by the villainous Malcolm Merlyn, better known as The Dark Archer and her biological father. Will she join him in his fight against The Arrow or will he need to team up with Oliver when Ra’s Al Ghul comes to Starling City?
In the aftermath of this victory, Season Three opens with Arrow now a hero to the citizens of Starling. Crime is down, people feel safer, and Captain Lance even »
- Josh Wilding
Trailer foretells flirting, fighting and failing of cities from Arrow season three…
As well as an utterance of those enigmatic words, the new trailer for Arrow season three also promises more secrets, lots of combat and some development of the much-discussed romance between Oliver and Felicity.
The fact that the trailer is set to music seems a little cheesy, but there’s plenty to look forward to here. Check it out…
Arrow returns on 8 October.
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At FanExpo Canada 2014, Arrow star Stephen Amell touched on a number of season three topics and superhero tv shows in general. Touching on ABC and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s relationship with Agent Carter, Amell stated, "I would love instead of doing 23 episodes or Arrow, I would love to do like seventeen and in the middle of the year we can do six episodes of the Suicide Squad.” Amell goes on touch on Ray Palmer, Grant Gustin's Flash and more. Watch the video above to see and hear everything that Amell shared with fans in the audience. Running Time: 60 min Release Date: (Season Three) October 8th, 2014 MPAA Rating: Tv-14 Starring: Katie Cassidy, Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Byron Mann, Colin Donnell (?), Colin Salmon, Paul Blackthorne, Emily Bett Rickards, John Barrowman, Roger R. Cross and Willa Holland, Colton Haynes Creators: Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg Characters: George Papp (character) and Mort Weisinger »
To mark the release of Arrow Season 2 on DVD and Blu-ray 22nd September, we’ve been given a Kindle Fire HD (as seen here) to give away to one lucky HeyUGuys reader. Two runners-up will also receive the series on DVD.
Arrow Season 2 is the epic sci-fi serial drama that breeds a whole new level of superhero. The crime fighting masked vigilante with a bow and arrow returns to Starling City as Arrow : Season 2 aims and shoots to Blu-ray and DVD on 15 September from Warner Home Entertainment.
Season 2 boasts an all star young Hollywood cast including; Stephen Amell (The Flash, New Girl) as leading man Oliver Queen and the masked Arrow man; Katie Cassidy (Gossip Girl, Monte Carlo, A Nightmare on Elm Street) as Laurel Lance the attorney and former girlfriend of Oliver Queen; David Ramsey (Blue Bloods, The Defenders, Outlaw) as John Diggle, Oliver’s partner, confidant and bodyguard; Willa Holland (Tiger Eyes, »
Arrow Season 3 Promo. The CW‘s Arrow: Season 3 TV commercial entitled ‘Some Things Never Die’ stars Colton Haynes, John Barrowman, Michael Daingerfield, Richard Keats, and Ken Lawson.The Arrow: Season 3 TV spot two of the show’s superheros fighting with other people on-screen. The song in in TV [...]
- Rollo Tomasi
(Cbr) With season three of "Arrow" returning to The CW on Oct. 8, it's highly unlikely they're still looking for someone to play Ra's al Ghul, who they've teased as the villain in the upcoming third season. But if they did still need to find someone to lord over the League of Assassins, a former Ra's is willing and able to rise from the Lazarus Pit. “I would, in a heartbeat, if it came my way, yeah,” actor Liam Neeson told MTV News about playing the role on "Arrow." Neeson, who played Ra's al Ghul in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, told MTV that he has not been approached about reprising the role on television. But when asked by MTV's Charles Webb, Neeson did offer some advice to the as-yet-unrevealed actor who will play the role on "Arrow." “They have to believe in their philosophy,” Neeson said. “Ra’s al Ghul »
- JK Parkin, Comic Book Resources
"Arrow" fans: welcome to your "Moonlighting" moment. Watch Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) lock lips in the latest promo for "Arrow" Season 3, which in addition to the saliva-swapping features an all-you-can-eat buffet of people fighting and blowing things up and looking angry and saying really harsh things like "You have failed this city!" while wearing masks. Television, isn't it great? Check out the promo below. "Arrow" Season 3 premieres Oct. 8 on the CW. »
- Chris Eggertsen
A new TV spot for Arrow‘s upcoming third season has hit the web, dubbed “Some Things Never Die.” It features a bit of new footage, including Oliver teasing that he still has secrets, a glimpse of a moment between Oliver and Felicity that some fans have been waiting for for a long time, Thea training with her father Malcom Merlyn, Peter Stormare as the new Count Vertigo, and a ton of fast-paced, knock-down fights the show is famous for.
Check it out here…
Arrow returns to the CW on Wednesday, October 8th. with Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen), David Ramsey (John Diggle), Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity Smoak), Willa Holland (Thea Queen), Colton Haynes (Roy Harper), John Barrowman (Malcolm Merlyn), Katie Cassidy (Laurel Lance) and Paul Blackthorne (Quentin Lance) all returning to the cast with new additions Nolan Funk (Cooper Seldon), Rila Fukushima (Katana), J.R. Ramirez (Wildcat), David Cubitt (Manhunter), Charlotte Ross »
- James Garcia
Oliver and Felicity gave Arrow fans a tease last season when Oliver confessed he loved Felicity — and then later revealed it was all part of a ploy to trick Slade. But in the third season, which begins on the CW Oct. 8, the two will try out romance for real, no tricks involved.
“It’s not a fake-out,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg told EW. “Felicity and Oliver actually have a pretty raw discussion about what they mean to each other, which we’re really excited about, and it’s an extension of what happened at the end of last year.” So »
- Ariana Bacle
A new Arrow teaser is here and fans of Oliver and Felicity will have a lot to talk about. The 20-second season-three promo opens with Oliver hinting that he still has secrets before it cuts to an anticipated moment by fans, the much talked-about Oliver-Felicity kiss in the premiere. At Comic-Con, the Arrow gang offered some teases about Oliver and Felicity's date — first revealed in the season-three trailer. Executive producer Greg Berlanti reassured that producers "weren't trying to fake anybody out with Oliver's confession to her at the end of last year, so
- Philiana Ng
Sneak Peek new footage from the upcoming season of "Arrow", plus a revealing image of actress Rila Fukushima ("The Wolverine") cast in the TV series as DC Comics' female superhero character 'Katana' :
Katana is a highly proficient hand-to-hand combatant and swordswoman, having studied martial arts as a child and later being trained by the samurai 'Tadashi'.
"...her 'Soultaker' sword, along with its non-powered twin, was forged in the 14th century by 'Muramasa', whose swords were said to be cursed and make those who were evil commit evil acts. It sometimes takes the souls of those it kills, storing them inside the sword, where they can engage in limited communication with whoever wields it. These souls »
- Michael Stevens
A new, all-too-brief promo for Arrow Season 3 has been making rounds (courtesy of our friends in the Great White North), and it offers a li’l something for nearly everyone.
Related Arrow Season 3 Casts Glee Alum as Felicity’s [Spoiler]
In a flurry of snippets, Oliver reminds us that there is more to learn about his past, there’s a taste of what Thea has been up to under Daddy Dearest’s tutelage, we see Laurel rough up a tough…. All of which feeds into what showrunner Marc Guggenheim says is this season’s theme: identity.
“Who are you? Are you your mask? »
In the aftermath of this victory, Season Three opens with Arrow now a hero to the citizens of Starling. Crime is down, people feel safer, and Captain Lance even calls off the Anti-Vigilante Task Force. Basking in his success, Oliver believes he can finally have a private life and asks Felicity out on a date. But the second Oliver takes his eye off the ball, a deadly villain reappears in Starling, forcing Oliver to realize that he can never be Oliver Queen – not as long as the city needs The Arrow. Starring Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Colton Haynes, Willa Holland, Paul Blackthorne, and John Barrowman, Arrow will air on Wednesdays at 8pm Et/Pt on The CW with season three set to premiere on October 8th. Are you guys excited? »
Season 2 of Arrow was arguably the best single season of a Cbm show ever made. The quality was fantastic, with almost every episode impressing, week-in-week-out. The stunts and effects were great for the big episodes - and particularly impressive for a CW budget. These, in combination with some great acting performances (most notably Manu Bennett and David Ramsey) and a willingness from the producers to embrace the DC universe's vast and rich character library made Arrow one of the best shows around. Here's a list of my ten favourite moments from last season... 10) Meet Barry Allen, The Scientist "I'm sorry I'm late. My train was late. Actually, the second one. The first one I did miss, but theat was my cab driver's fault. I have this great traffic app and he thought that he was right. But I'm here now though" - Barry Allen A lot of people (myself included »
Social satire horror film L.A. Slasher is opening and closing the 2014 Salt Lake Comic Con, running September 4-6; and if you'll be there, we have all the details you need right here, including a look at the Con's guest list, which is pretty impressive considering it's only their second year.
L.A. Slasher, directed by Martin Owen and produced by Jeffrey Wright and Daniel Sollinger (Girls Against Boys, The Alphabet Killer), will have a special advance screening to open the festival and a midnight screening to close it out.
Salt Lake Comic Con 2013 was the largest first-year comic convention in North American history and the largest convention ever to take place in Utah. This year’s event will be held at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.
- Debi Moore
An all-new digital first series begins! Bridging the gap between seasons 2 and 3 of the hit TV series Arrow, Season 2.5 follows Oliver Queen’s story as he battles the Church of Blood, with the fate of Starling City hanging in the balance. Featuring an all-star cast of Oliver’s greatest allies and enemies including the Huntress, Black Canary and Deathstroke! Arrow: Season 2.5 #1 Written by Marc Guggenheim Pencils by Joe Bennett »
Ever since its debut episode, the comparisons between The CW’s Arrow and Christopher Nolan’s most recent reboot of Batman have been impossible to miss. But since then Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and his surrounding cast of DC Comics heroes and villains have grown out of the Dark Knight’s shadow, adopting a similarly grounded style, but incorporating characters from the realm of “Batman” comics that even Nolan left off the big screen.
And with Season 3 of the series promising to introduce a brand new take on ‘League of Assassins’ leader Ra’s al Ghul, the pressure is on to live up to the strong performance Liam Neeson first delivered in Batman Begins. However, the showrunners ...
- Andrew Dyce
The character will make her debut in the sixth and seventh episodes and may be brought back later in the season. The character, created in the comic books by executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, is a former special ops soldier driven to insanity who has an obsessive crush on our hero.
Kreisberg says: "I always loved the idea of Green Arrow having a crazed fan. When I was writing the comic book, my big goal was to create a villain who would last. Cupid has since appeared in the DC Nation shorts on Cartoon Network, and to have her fight our TV Arrow is so much more than I ever could have hoped for the character."
Meanwhile next week sees the release of "Arrow: Season »
- Garth Franklin
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