Wednesday became all about 'The Flash' as 'Arrow' announced that the scarlet speedster would feature in his own CW pilot, rather than suit up later in the season, just before the first images of Grant Gustin's Barry Allen broke, but what of this week's "State V. Queen"? Find out what brings Vertigo ('Fringe' vet Seth Gabel) back in play in a brand-new clip from this week's latest installment!
Earlier today we learned that 'Arrow''s impending 'Flash' spinoff would in fact emerge as a separate pilot, rather than feature the character's super-powered origin later on in the season, but that won't stop Grant Gustin from popping up as Central City police scientist Barry Allen on December 4! Get a first look at "The Scientist" with the pre-Flash inside!
We were more than a bit skeptical when 'Arrow' season 2 announced that it would introduce DC superhero Barry Allen into its story, culminating in a 2014 episode to serve as a backdoor pilot for a potential CW 'Flash' spinoff, and now it seems producers have blinked as well. Grant Gustin's 'Flash' will still receive a pilot for a potential series, but not in 'Arrow' season 2 as originally planned.
This past week's 'Arrow' installment, "Keep Your Enemies Closer," managed to keep the series' pace moving with a side trip to Russia, but can the second season of the CW hit tackle its most notoriously campy character once again in next week's "State V. Queen"? See 'Fringe' star Seth Gabel's return as Count Vertigo in the full set of photos!
'Arrow' season 2 still managed to hit the mark with last night's "Keep Your Enemies Closer," an episode that abdicated the main plot for a Diggle-centric turn in Russia, but will the CW superhero drama have the same true aim when Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) makes a speedy entrance into town in "The Scientist"? Find out what brings the Flash to Starling City with a few new spoilers!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its sixth episode of the year with “Keep Your Enemies Closer,” as Oliver joins Diggle on a mission to Russia to recover his ex-wife from captivity, while Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau) insists on tagging along as well, and Thea faces a difficult choice with Roy.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “League of Assassins” saw Oliver learning Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) had been targeted by the titular organization, while Officer Lance made a shocking discovery, and Moira Queen struggled with a plea bargain, so what does the sixth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s DC-heavy episode 6, “Keep Your Enemies Closer!”
Though the past week brought shocking and divisive news that 'Girls' star Adam Driver was potentially up for the role of Dick Grayson/Nightwing in 'Batman Vs. Superman,' we'd heard long before that Nightwing could potentially swoop into The CW's 'Arrow.' A 'Vampire Diaries' star has recently been suggesting himself in contention for the role, but is there any real truth to the rumor?
After getting deeply intrenched with the "League of Assassins" last week, 'Arrow' will take a breather abroad as Oliver and Diggle head to Russia to combat the threat of Deadshot, as well as rescue Diggle's ex-wife Lyla. Our first sneak peek of "Keep Your Enemies Closer," has arrived, but where in the motherland must the duo travel for their rescue mission?
'Arrow' has been crushing it in its first five episodes of season 2, but will the vigilante gang have as much luck abroad, tasked with a mission to Russia? Next week's "Keep Your Enemies Closer" will see the return and debut of several DC faces as Oliver and the others head out on an international rescue mission, so take a look in the full photo set inside!
You may have heard that Marvel had a minor announcement concerning the future of their TV properties this morning, but following DC's earlier venture of a CW 'Hourman,' it seems The CW has yet another DC-related property to throw on the pile; this time with zombies! The network has ordered a pilot for 'iZombie' from 'Veronica Mars' creator Rob Thomas, but what is DC's latest venture all about?