Were it not exciting enough to have Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl all sharing the screen this fall, David Ramsey fans well know that Diggle will have an even harder time adjusting to The CW’s newest super-heroine than he did the Scarlet Speedster. To wit, Ramsey and Stephen Amell even acted out a bit of the crossover, in which Diggle has trouble holding in his Supergirl astonishment.
We’re weeks away from the bigger Arrow announcements at Comic-Con 2016, but that isn’t stopping this weekend’s Heroes & Villains FanFest from adding a few new details to Season 5's quiver. Not only does star Stephen Amell have a new take on The Flash’s time-turning twist, but so too will Season 5 bring Arrow back to its roots, at least until Supergirl arrives.
‘The Flash’ completely upstaged Barry jumping “King Shark” with a tremendous reveal on Zoom’s identity, but did the Scarlet Speedster’s big fishing trip sink or swim? And who, or what is under that mask? Find out in our full review!
The Flash has a literal world of work ahead of it for next week’s “Earth-2” conclusion to live up to the easter egg-filled premiere, and plenty more DC goodness ahead. Not only does a new full-length trailer tease the Arrow crossover of King Shark’s return, but so too do we finally get a peek under the mask of big bad Zoom.
The Flash managed to astonish its fans with the full-fledged appearance of a 14-foot King Shark, an admittedly expensive effect on an already stretched budget. Arrow star David Ramsey teased that we might see the Suicide Squad member again, and now we know for certain King Shark will have his day, with a full episode and crossover to boot.
The Flash Season 2 offered one its biggest surprises in the glorious arrival of DC supervillain King Shark, though the extensive CG made it unlikely we’d see much more than a brief cameo. Now, Arrow star David Ramsey confirms an upcoming crossover will at least partly concern King Shark, Suicide Squad origins and all.
Tonight's all-new 'Arrow' episode "Vendetta" is set to earn the fledgling city some serious street cred, featuring the show's first real team-up between costumed heroes Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and The Huntress (Jessica De Gow), but it might be 2012's mid-season finale "Year's End" that fans should really look out for. Series star David Ramsey (Diggle) believes next week's episode will be the most intense yet, with a conclusion rivaling the season 4 finale of 'Dexter!' What could be so shocking to earn 'Arrow' such a comparison?