Arrow has added another villain to its roster. While we already know who the Season 3 big bad will be, it sounds like there will be week-to-week baddies causing mayhem in Starling City and -- Arrow Season 3 spoiler alert! -- Simon Lacroix is one of them. TRON: Legacy's Matt Ward has been cast to play the role.
Television shows like to celebrate certain milestones. It may be that network TV is a fragile medium, but every time a series hits 50, 100 and/or - if lucky - 200 episodes, shows like to do something special for the fans. Arrow is no different. The superhero serial is starting its third season this year, and that will include the airing of the 50th episode. We don't really know too much about what will happen plot-wise, but we do now have a title.
More and more information about The Flash continues to trickle in, and this latest report brings a previously introduced villain to the Arrow spinoff. Spoiler alert: If you don't want to know which Arrow villain will be dropping in at Central City, read no further!
We can always rely on Arrow ton constantly rotate in different superheroes and villains from the larger DC Comics universe, and today the show has struck again with yet another new addition to Season 3. New reports have surfaced saying that Mark Shaw, a.k.a. Manhunter will be appearing in the third episode of the upcoming slate, and he will be played by Medium star David Cubitt.
Felicity Smoak's mother is gorgeous! We might have guessed as much just by looking at Felicity, but now we know for certain, as NYPD Blue's Charlotte Ross has been cast to play the mother of Oliver's brainy assistant.
Those who missed the Arrow panel at Comic-Con in San Diego last week can enjoy one of the highlights of the event, as a fan asked Arrow star Stephen Amell if he would say the opening monologue for him. Amell obliged, speaking from memory the words Oliver Queen states at the start of each episode. The cherry on the cake is when Amell adds on the "Previously on Arrow..."
We had the opportunity to sit down with the cast and executive producers of Arrow at Comic-Con to talk about Season 3, and weíre grateful to report that there was a lot to talk about ahead of the third season of this excellent CW superhero drama. In fact, the roundtable interviews allowed us to compile a list of 31 things you might want to know about Arrow Season 3.
It was a big night for Warner Bros. Television and DC Comics in Hall H at Comic-Con tonight, and that certainly applies to Arrow, as evidenced by the above preview, which was screened at the Night of DC Entertainment at SDCC...
Arrow didn't bother waiting for their San Diego Comic-Con panel to start making major Season 3 announcements. In the last few months month, the CW superhero series cast former-Superman Brandon Routh as Ray 'The Atom' Palmer; announced a crossover with Flash; and then released our first look at Roy as Arsenal. But that doesn't mean Arrow spilled all of its third season secrets before taking the stage in Ballroom 20.
Arsenal is sticking with the red hoodie attire that has worked so well for these guys in the past, although this one looks like itís ready for some wear and tear. Itís no Batsuit, of course, but itís a more hero-worthy outfit than the drab winter hoodie he was wearing before.
San Diego Comic-Con officially kicks off a week from today, so the timing is perfect for Warner Bros. to unveil the designs for the collectible bags, which will be handed out to all registered attendees when they arrive to pick up their SDCC badges.
Brandon Routh is headed back to DC territory, though he won't be playing Superman this time around. Routh played Superman in Bryan Singer's 2006 film Superman Returns, but in Arrow, he has been cast to play the role of Ray Palmer -- also known in the DC universe as Atom -- in Season 4 of the CW series.
Warner Bros. Television has announced their plans for Comic-Con in San Diego later this month. That includes the traditional Wednesday pilot screenings for preview night, as well as a bevy of panels for their new and popular TV series during the convention.
There is an impressive amount of comic book content coming to television this year. In addition to returning shows like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Arrow, the networks will be flooded with programming like Marvel Studiosí Agent Carter and DCís Gotham, The Flash, and Constantine. Really, itís a comic book fans dream, but if you just canít wait and want to get an early look at some of those shows, I have some very good news for you.
Following CBS' Fall TV premiere schedule, the CW has released their own plans for new and returning programming this fall. It looks like they'll be getting things going during early October, starting with The Vampire Diaries, Reign and TVD-spinoff The Originals.