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Is the White Canary any different from the Canary Arrow viewers saw during season 2 and 3 of Arrow? Caity Lotz confirms that Sara Lance's new crime fighting alter ego will still be martial arts based. The only significant change Lotz said is that she'll be fighting with escrima sticks rather than a bō staff. In terms of the actual show, Lotz stated that the scope of Legends of Tomorrow is much bigger than anything she initially invisioned. "It's going to be big. I did not really know much about the show [initially] but I said 'I want to do it, I trust you guys.' And when we were shooting our teaser, they were telling me some of the stuff that's going to be happening and I was like 'This is way cooler - not that I didn't think it would be cool...but the stuff [happening], I wasn't imagining or picturing »
Sneak Peek more new images of actress Megan Fox as 'April O'Neil', "Arrow" actor Stephen Amell as 'Casey Jones' and Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio on the New York set of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2":
The first Michael Bay produced rebooted "Turtles" feature, released August 8, 2014, grossed over $485 million worldwide, marking Nickelodeon Movies' highest grossing film to date.
The new film is scheduled to be released June 3, 2016.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2"...
- Michael Stevens
In the following interview (via Flicks And The City), Arrow stars Willa Holland, Rila Fukushima, and Karl Yune all look back on season three of The CW series and even drop some very interesting hints about what might be to come when the show returns later this year. Fukushima doesn't respond when asked about reprising the role of Katana (it's unlikely that she will thanks to the Suicide Squad movie), but it sounds like more Maseo is definitely on the cards. Meanwhile, Holland reveals what alterations she'd like to see made to Speedy's new costume. For all that and more, be sure to check out the video below. What are you most excited about seeing in Arrow's fourth season? »
We spent yesterday at McM London’s annual Comic Con at the Excel centre. Whilst there not only did we soak in the brilliant atmosphere and costumes (see our Facebook page for full cosplay coverage) but we had the chance to speak to several of the big name guests.
Through-out the week we’ll be bringing you all our coverage in full but for now here’s a video of Arrow actress Willa Holland talking about the possibility of appearing in the latest spinoff show DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
- Kat Smith
Before I was a professional comic book writer, I was a fan. I still am. I was going to comic cons long before I turned pro. Some are good, some are not so good, and some are the San Diego Comic Con which is too large to fit into any category. For me these days, cons are mostly working weekends where I meet with fans and fellow pros, sign some autographs, maybe sell a few of my trade paperbacks.
Last weekend, I and My Mary were at the Motor City Comic Con in Novi, Michigan, and we had a great time. It’s close enough to where we live so that we could just drive there and the Con gave us a hotel room so we didn’t have to drive back and forth. The cats weren’t pleased that we were gone but they survived and, once we fed them, »
- John Ostrander
While Arrow often comes under fire for borrowing too many elements and characters from Batman's corner of the DC Universe, Harley Quinn's surprise (and extremely brief) cameo in the show's stellar second season was still one of the most exciting and intriguing moments in its run. Unfortunately, that would amount to nothing, as Margot Robbie being cast as the character in David Ayer's Suicide Squad movie left both Harley and Task Force X off limits to The CW series. Talking at the McM London (via Spoiler TV) comic book convention today, WIlla Holland (Thea Queen/Speedy) had this to say about the original plans for Harley Quinn in Arrow. "We had big plans for Harley. But, I guess something came down from DC execs that told us to shut it down," the actress revealed to disappointed fans. "I mean we had that tease with the pigtails and the Argus outfit but, »
Harley Quinn looks set to take a starring role in next year’s supervillain ensemble Suicide Squad, but prior to Margot Robbie’s casting we did get a tease of Harley being part of Task Force X with a brief cameo appearance in The CW’s hit DC show Arrow.
As it happened, this cameo in the second season proved to be Harley’s sole appearance in the show and it seems that her inclusion in the Suicide Squad movie has prevented the Arrow producers from exploring their own plans for Miss Quinzel, with Willa Holland (Thea Queen) stating at McM London:
“We had big plans for Harley. But, I guess something came down from DC execs that told us to shut it down. I mean we had that tease with the pigtails and the Argus outfit but, we’ll never see it. We would love to Harley in Arrow but it will never happen. »
- Gary Collinson
The return of “The X-Files” and the reboot of “Rush Hour” stirred strong buzz among the nearly 2,000 international television buyers who converged in Los Angeles this week for the annual L.A. Screenings program market.
Buyers made the rounds of studio screenings and parties throughout the week to get a first look at series that have been picked up by broadcast networks for the 2015-16 season, as well as new cable and digital productions.
For most buyers, the screenings are the first step in dealmaking negotiations that are finalized later. But some put their money on the table right away. »
- Cynthia Littleton
It’s fair to say Arrow season 3 was a bit of a mixed-bag. Or mixed-quiver, rather.
There were some typically great moments during the show’s run, excellent development for a few existing characters and the introduction of some new ones.
Standouts include the slightly meta-casting of former Superman Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer/Atom, the return of John Barrowman’s Malcolm Merlyn as a series regular, Oliver and Ra’s al Ghul having a pretty epic mountaintop swordfight, and the writers finding a way for Laurel to not be really annoying.
On the flipside, there were storylines that just didn’t work, and times when the series felt it was meandering along while waiting for something to happen, with a few of the 22 episodes serving as little more than filler.
Roy may have gotten his big moment towards the end, sacrificing himself to protect the Arrow’s identity, »
- James Hunt
Recently, CW dropped this new, early spoiler teaser clip (below) for their upcoming "Arrow" season 4. We don't see any new scenes in this clip. But we do get some new,small spoilerage from the executive producer, Marc Guggenheim, revealing that season 4 is definitely being worked on. In the clip, Marc said, season 4 will hold all the answers to the burning question about how Team Arrow will keep saving the city now that Arrow has retired, and more. Check it out,below. Arrow season 4 debuts this Fall 2015. »
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Mad Men, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Supernatural and Chicago P.D.!
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Take another look @ "Fight Club" footage supporting the next season of The CW's "Arrow" with DC Comics' characters 'Arrow', 'Flash', 'Canary', 'Arsenal', 'Reverse Flash', 'Heat Wave', 'Firestorm' and a whole lot more:
"...in the no-rules arena, 'Canary' (Katie Cassidy) fights 'Arsenal' (Colton Haynes), 'Flash' (Grant Gustin) has a showdown with 'Reverse Flash' (Tom Cavanaugh) and 'Heat Wave' (Dominic Purcell) fights 'Firestorm' (Robbie Amell)..."
- Michael Stevens
"There are other things we're slow playing..."
"...we’ll have to wait and see what the 'speed force' tells us to do."
'Killer Frost', with her ice-based powers has connections to 'H.I.V.E.', an organization referenced in 'Arrow' and closely associated with 'Firestorm'.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek 'Killer Frost'...
- Michael Stevens
What fresh tedium is this? The marketing of network television shows has apparently hit a new low. Once upon a time, exciting trailers would herald the arrival of new television episodes just a few weeks in advance of their broadcast – whetting the appetite of the audience just enough to get them tuning in. Gradually, these trailers were released earlier and earlier, giving more opportunity to repeat the trailer and release different variations of it. These began to be preceded by TV spots – brief snippets, often focussing on a specific character or storyline. Now, however, these advertising campaigns have surpassed themselves by releasing ‘teaser’ trailers before footage has even been shot. Following a recent one for The Flash, we now have one for the fourth season of Arrow.
- Sarah Myles
The CW has released two short teasers for the season two of The Flash and season four of Arrow, which don’t offer up anything in the way of new footage, but instead sees co-creators and executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti sharing their excitement over the future of the shows…
- Gary Collinson
Barry Allen demonstrates the true meaning of the word superhero in The Flash's brilliantly emotional season one finale...
This review contains spoilers.
1.23 Fast Enough
Sometimes it’s our failures that make us who we are, as much as our successes. The bad things that happen to us, especially early in life, can set us on a path that’s actually more full of love and purpose than the one we might have had otherwise. This can’t always be the case but, for Barry Allen, he ultimately decides that it is.
As part of a seemingly throwaway television show like The Flash – a silly superhero romp celebrated for its lightheartedness – that’s a pretty big thing to be grappling with.
And as thrilling as the action set pieces in this episode are, and they really, really are, it’s that commitment to some level of emotional depth that sets it apart. »
The Flash, Season 1, Episode 23: “Fast Enough”
Directed by Dermott Downs
Airs Tuesdays at 8pm Et on the CW
This is the moment Barry has worked for his entire life; the chance to prove his father’s innocence. He has captured Eobard Thawne and finally can get some answers for that fateful night his mother was murdered. But the Reverse-Flash offers Barry an alternative. He can use the particle accelerator to travel back and save his mother, while also allowing Thawne a chance to return to his time in the future. Will Barry change the future in order to save his mother and free his dad?
“Fast Enough” sets the stage by giving Barry the chance to have what he always wanted; answers to what happened the night his mother was killed. He has dedicated his entire life to proving his father’s innocence, »
- Eric Godfrey
Just like the teaser for season two of The Flash (which you can see by clicking here), this preview doesn't reveal a lot about what's to come in Arrow this Fall, but some very interesting hints are definitely dropped by executive producer Marc Guggenheim. Season three may have made the mistake of focusing more on Felicity crying than Ra's al Ghul, bu there's a lot to look forward to in season four. For example, we have no idea how Oliver will once again take on The Arrow identity, while Damian Darhk and H.I.V.E. are also set to take on major roles which should be fun »
My friends, summer is here, and while that means more time for beach days and barbecues, it also signifies the end of the broadcast networks’ TV season, as countless shows on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and The CW have either finished or will soon be wrapping up their most recent runs. And although the summer months do provide us with some very solid programming, it’s never too early to look ahead to this fall, when the broadcast networks will be debuting a whole host of new series that will vie for your attention. Looking at all the new fall TV shows, three of them in particular interest me the most for various different reasons, and they are CBS’ Supergirl, ABC’s Oil, and Fox’s Scream Queens. Let’s start with Supergirl, which is, without a doubt, the most anticipated new series of the fall, as it comes from Greg Berlanti (Arrow, »
- Chris King
Recently, The Hollywood Reporter people talked with "The Flash" executive producer, Andrew Kreisberg, and he ended up giving out some interesting, initial spoilers for season 2. It turns out that Tom Cavanagh aka Wells/Eobard is going to ,somehow, still be on the scene as a series regular. We're going to see new speedsters, and more. Andrew told them: "Not to pat ourselves on the back too much, but if you watch the pilot, there are clues that got laid out throughout the season. We've done the same thing for season two and hopefully we've created a structure and a scenario for season two that people will find equally compelling and equally interesting. Some of it has already been set up in the events of season one. Just like we do on Arrow, where without even realizing it toward the end of the season we're setting up the next season. Once »
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