‘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!
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Arrow hasn’t played particularly coy with the fact that Oliver and Felicity will be altar-bound at some point in Season 4, and whatever misery Oliver’s big secret inflicts in tomorrow’s “Taken,” Olicity still stands. Literally! See a first look at an upright Felicity in a wedding dress, as Arrow prepares for the wedding that everything will definitely go perfectly fine at. Why wouldn’t it?
The wheel of movie-TV reboots remains forever in turn, but The CW’s take on time-twisting cop drama Frequency will have at least one familiar face for CW fans. Flash and Tomorrow People alum Peyton List will lead the new take from Supernatural boss Jeremy Carver.
Some heroes may choose to team up in the light, but there’s nothing wrong with a bit of darkness now and again. The Legends of Tomorrow will learn that the hard way, teaming up with not one, but two future Arrow archers for “Star City 2046,” the full photo set of which also reveal the man under the mask of our new Deathstroke.
Caught up as we’ve gotten in Arrow’s future, the Star City of present day will have some new DC drama all its own, come Wednesday, as Megalyn Echikunwoke debuts the live-action incarnation of Vixen for upcoming installment “Taken.” The first photos have arrived, but guess who makes an even more surprising return?
After hopping around the past a bit, last night saw the Legends of Tomorrow finally hitting the future, albeit a burnt-out version of Sara’s home, “Star City 2046.” The nightmare of future past even had its own Green Arrow, though Oliver Queen was not the one under the hood. Find out who’s playing DC’s Connor Hawke, and watch the character’s debut from last night’s “Fail-Safe”!
We’ve known for some time Legends of Tomorrow would travel to “Star City 2046” to meet a future iteration of Arrow’s Oliver Queen, as well as Connor Hawke, both of which made their photo debut earlier today. Now that the first trailer has arrived however, it seems Deathstroke has been confirmed for a return after all - with a twist.
The triumvirate of Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow will have its most comic run yet next week, not least of which will see Stephen Amell joining the Legends as an elder, goateed and one-armed Oliver Queen of “Star City 2046.” See the burnt-out future for yourself in the first photos, along with a new mystery man!
‘Arrow’ almost broke its “Code of Silence” with another stunt-filled high from director James Bamford, but did Oliver’s big secret finally come out’? Plus, who’s ready to walk down the aisle? Find out in our full review!
Just as last night’s Flash brought us a look at King Shark’s return, so too did tonight’s Arrow bring our first footage of a live-action Vixen! Megalyn Echikunwoke reprises her role as the DC superheroine in the first “Taken” trailer, bringing the might of the animal kingdom along with her.