‘Arrow’ keeps the “Invasion!” crossover invading with its own 100th episode celebration, but does Oliver’s wonderful life bring the same DC spectacle? Does it make you miss The CW drama’s early days? Find out in our full review!
No one necessarily expects Arrow to hang up the quiver after completing its five-year flashback cycle, but it’s worth asking where stars and producers see the series heading beyond. As such, both Stephen Amell and producer Marc Guggenheim discuss Season 5 returning to form, and what that form might look like going forward.
‘Legends of Tomorrow’ returns for Season 2 with a completely banana-pants, T-Rex fighting, Einstein-kidnapping “Out of Time” premiere, but is the DC drama any more focused with new faces and better villains? Plus, what “Legion of Doom” secrets are lurking just beneath the surface? Find out in our full review!
Oh, that sneaky Stephen Amell. When the Arrow star isn’t dropping return announcements for the DC drama’s 100th episode, he’s busy hanging with Supergirl. See for yourself, as Arrow and the Girl of Steel strike a pose in the latest crossover tease.
Any Arrow fan well-knows that Manu Bennett’s Deathstroke has served as the series’ peak villain, though convoluted movie plans have largely kept the character offscreen since. Now, it appears as if the series’ 100th episode will at last feature Deathstroke’s return, but is Manu Bennett behind the mask?
Behind Arrow and Flash, The CW released its first official photos from the Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 premiere, bringing in everyone from Oliver Queen, to Einstein and Damien Darhk. What exactly Oliver’s doing aboard the Waverider is anyone’s guess, but he certainly doesn’t appear too happy with Heat Wave.
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.
Arrow star Stephen Amell hasn’t been shy speaking his mind about DC movies keeping separate from the ever-expanding TV universe, something that once landed him in a Flash of hot water. It remains to be seen if the movies would ever feature their own Green Arrow with a new actor, but either way, consider Amell’s blessing officially given.
Like The Flash and Arrow before them, Supergirl and the Legends of Tomorrow will up the excitement considerably to stand beside their fellow CW heroes onscreen. Now, we at least know what their feet look like together, as Stephen Amell reprises an old teaser to signal the start of crossover production.
Fans are more anxious than ever for a look at Supergirl Season 2, its first on The CW, and with a bonafide Superman, and the Vancouver set brings all kinds of DC goodies. Looks like we’ll see Kara’s version of Metropolis and Luthor Corp in the latest set photos, plus … Stephen Amell?