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20 July 2019

Katie On Entertainment Weekly Comic Con 2019

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The big news is out that this coming season Katie will make her directing debut on Arrow.

The end of the CW’s Arrow will also mark a new beginning: star Katie Cassidy Rodgers, who plays Laurel (in multiple incarnations) on the series, will make her directorial debut with an episode of the show’s eighth and final season.

Star Stephen Amell let the news slip to EW’s Chancellor Agard when he, Rodgers, and more members of the cast visited the EW video studio at San Diego Comic-Con Saturday morning. The new role has been long in the works for the actress: “Throughout the years I always have wanted to, and I just started shadowing more and shadowing more, and I recently did the Warner Bros. directors’ program, which was incredible,” Rodgers said. “It’s going to be fun. I can’t wait to direct all you!”

Rodgers isn’t the only CW actor to take her first turn helming an episode this year; Supergirl star Melissa Benoist will also make her directorial debut on her show’s upcoming fifth season, and Caity Lotz will do the same on Legends of Tomorrow’s fifth.

The stars of Arrow will take the stage at Comic-Con for the last time Saturday afternoon, and are savoring the superhero drama’s final run. “I just hope people enjoy the ride on the last season,” Amell said. “The first seven episodes leading into the crossover feel like we’re playing our greatest hits, so to speak, and alluding to memorable moments in the series.”

“It feels like almost a tribute, in a way, the entire season,” Rodgers echoed him. “And each episode I think is going to feel like a miniature movie.”

For more from the cast of Arrow, check out the video above. And keep checking back for more coverage of San Diego Comic-Con!


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07 July 2019

Arrow Season 7 Blu-Ray Cover Art & Extras Revealed

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greenarrowtv Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has revealed some very cool cover art for the Blu-ray and DVD release of Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season in August. They have also announced extras for the set which will be available on August 20.

Apparently pre-order information is not yet on Amazon.com but we will share when it is! You can find other Arrow seasons on Amazon.com here. Do note the Blu-ray release includes the Elseworlds crossover episodes whereas the DVD does not.

The CW’s Longest Running DC Series Is Back

ARROW: THE COMPLETE SEVENTH SEASON

Contains All Exhilarating Episodes from the Seventh Season,
Plus a Crossover Featurette, 2018 Comic-Con Panel, and More!

Available on Blu-ray™ & DVD August 20, 2019

Including All Three Episodes of the DC Crossover Event: Elseworlds Available Only on the Blu-Ray Set

BURBANK, CA (May 22, 2018) – Get ready for nonstop action from start to finish when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season on Blu-ray and DVD August 20, 2019. Both sets contain all 22 action-packed episodes from the seventh season, plus the show’s 2018 Comic-Con Panel, a crossover featurette, deleted scenes, a gag reel and more! All three DC Crossover: Elseworlds episodes will be available only for fans who purchase the Blu-ray set. The Complete Seventh Season is priced to own at $39.99 SRP for the DVD ($51.99 in Canada) and $44.98 SRP for the Blu-ray ($52.99 in Canada), which includes a Digital Copy (U.S. only). Both sets have an order due date of July 16, 2019. Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season is also available to own on Digital via purchase from digital retailers.

Following Oliver Queen’s shocking decision to turn himself over the FBI and reveal his identity as the Green Arrow to the public, Oliver has spent the past five months in prison while his team was left behind to protect Star City. In the wake of Ricardo Diaz’s escape, Oliver has yet again turned into someone else inside Slabside Maximum Security Prison. Determined to keep a low profile to shorten his sentence for the sake of his family, Oliver’s limits will be tested when he and Team Arrow are pitted against the most ruthless villains they have yet to face.

“Arrow has struck a chord with audiences over the years through its incredible action and impressive special effects,” said Rosemary Markson, WBHEG Senior Vice President, TV Marketing. “As Arrow enters its eighth and final season on The CW, fans will be eager to add the most recent season to their collection and enjoy the two hours of bonus content included on Blu-ray and DVD.”

With Blu-ray’s unsurpassed picture and sound, Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season Blu-ray release will include 1080p Full HD Video with DTS-HD Master Audio for English 5.1. In addition to featuring all 22 episodes from the seventh season in high-definition, as well as a digital copy of the season (available in the U.S. only), the 4-disc Blu-ray will also include all three crossover episodes, a tremendous value and collectors’ opportunity.
Arrow stars Stephen Amell (Private Practice, Heartland), Katie Cassidy (A Nightmare on Elm Street), David Ramsey (Dexter), Emily Bett Rickards (Brooklyn), Echo Kellum (Sean Saves The World), Rick Gonzalez (Reaper), Juliana Harkavy (Dolphin Tale, The Walking Dead), Colton Haynes (Teen Wolf, The Gates), Kirk Acevedo (Fringe, 12 Monkeys) and Sea Shimooka (Happy New Years). Based on the characters from DC, Arrow is produced by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti (The Flash, Supergirl, Riverdale, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow), Beth Schwartz (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow) and Sarah Schechter (The Flash, Supergirl, Blindspot, Black Lightning).

BLU-RAY & DVD FEATURES
The Best of DC TV’s Comic-Con Panel San Diego 2018
Inside the Crossover: Elseworlds
Villains: Modes of Persuasion
Gag Reel
Deleted Scenes

07 July 2019

Arrow At Comic Con 2019

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It is not confirm that Katie will be at comic con this year but Arrow will be there on the Saturday.

– Warner Bros. TV is returning to San Diego Comic-Con this summer for some huge milestones, including the final Comic-Con panels for the CW darlings Supernatural and Arrow!

Arrow will bid adieu to its fans in Ballroom 20 on Saturday,

Saturday, July 20
3:30-4:15 p.m. Arrow special video presentation and Q&A — Ballroom 20
After spending time at Slabside, Oliver Queen wanted to give back to the city that he loves. Since everyone knows his true identity, Team Arrow worked alongside SCPD as vigilantes to help protect the city at all costs. However, last season led to Oliver finding out about Emiko, the bow-wielding assassin and ring leader of the Ninth Circle who also happened to be his half-sister. The season 7 finale saw them fighting for their lives-both in the present and the future. So, what will the state of Team Arrow look like in the show’s eighth and final season? For answers to this and more, hear from the cast and producers at their final Comic-Con appearance, and be among the first to learn what this means for Oliver and the rest of his team.

14 May 2019

Arrow “7×22 – You Have Saved This City” HD Screen Captures

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Last night was the season final of Arrow season 7 and Katie came back for it after going back to Earth 2 in episode 18 but the team needed some back up and Laurel as Black Canary came back over to help and be one of the good guys but news is she did not get to do a lot or have a lot of time in the episode but still some Katie is better then no Katie and the powers that be said she will be back from the last season so here is hoping we get lot’s more Laurel before the end. over 160 HQ screen captures from 7×22 – You Have Saved This City have been added to the gallery.

  

  

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11 May 2019

Arrow “7×22 – You Have Saved This City” Episode Stills

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The season final episode stills for Arrow 7×22 – You Have Saved This City and look who is back and as the Black Canary, On a side note Katie had cut her hair by this time so is she just going to have a wig on this episode and next season have her real hair or keep the wig? what would you all like to see. I have added in three HQ episode stills to the gallery, With thanks to Far Far Away for the stills

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30 April 2019

Arrow May Finale Spoilers

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SEASON FINALE (May 13): Cast member Juliana Harkavy told TVLine that the series’ penultimate closer — aka Emily Bett Rickards’ final episode — is “very exciting, and really emotional,” while Schwartz said, “Almost everyone who read it was in tears.” The EP also described the finale as “insane” and “huge” “in terms of action, in terms of characters that might be coming back, and in terms of the ending.” In fact, it is two finales-in-one. The flash-forward characters “have their own finale, which will be pretty large,” all adding up to an episode that is “extremely unique. It definitely propels you into Season 8.”

30 April 2019

Arrow “7X22 – You Have Saved This City” Press Release

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FAMILY TIES — The battle between Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Emiko (Sea Shimooka) comes to a boiling point which brings back some familiar faces and leaves others in dire jeopardy

16 April 2019

‘Arrow’ EP Confirms Katie Cassidy Rodgers Will Return in Final Season

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Arrow showrunner Beth Schwartz spoke about this week’s episode, which put the spotlight on Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy Rodgers) and the arc she has gone on throughout the last few seasons. Now that Laurel is very clearly on a path to redemption, some had worried if she would be exiting the series, but Schwartz confirmed that that isn’t the case.

“Katie does not leave the show; she comes back this season,” Schwartz explained. “It appears like [she leaves], but it’s not true. She’s still [part of the show].”

16 April 2019

Arrow “7×18 – Lost Canary” HD Screen Captures

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After three weeks away the big Katie episode we were all waiting for was at last here 7×18 – Lost Canary and to tell you the truth I was thinking it was going to be a redo of my post when they killed Katie of the first time but no not only did they not kill her of but Beth at long long long last fixed the mistake that Guggenheim did and made Katie the black canary again. The episode revolved around who is Laurel Lance she is good or evil and at last we get Laurel’s emotional redemption as it all comes full circle, the friendship with Felicity is a amazing thing to watch in the episode and shows of the best of both girls, Same with Sara being back and trying to save Laurel and how they are still sisters. The episode in the present ends with Laurel going back to Earth 2 to right things over there and being given the Black Canary again but the real ending was in the future Laurel is back on Earth 1 in full Black Canary get up with the wig being back and saves Mia it was a OMG moment and I could not be more happy about how it all end’s. Now is Katie going to be on this season of Arrow after this episode well as she was seen filming the season final last week I’m going to say she will be out of the show for the next 4 episode or so and come back in 7×22 – You Have Saved This City to help team arrow. Over 900 HD screen captures from the episode are now up in the gallery

  

  

  

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14 April 2019

American actress Katie Cassidy dishes on her fate on ‘Arrow’

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Black Canary and Black Siren actress Katie Cassidy was quizzed about a possible spin-off

What will be Katie Cassidy’s fate on the hit DC series ‘Arrow’?

As the penultimate season seven draws to a close in May, fans have speculated about whether Cassidy, who has played Laurel Lance, Black Canary and Black Siren in the series, would be killed off yet again, or whether she will return to season eight, or even get her own spin-off show.

Speaking onstage at the Middle East Film and Comic Con, Cassidy said she would be onboard with a spin-off.

Sitting down with Gulf News tabloid!, the actress was vague but teased big things to come: “We’re doing our [eighth and] final season of ‘Arrow’, which will take us to November. I can’t say more yet, until I get the showrunners’ thumbs up, but there’s some pretty exciting things coming up for me.”

Cassidy was also quizzed on upcoming episode ‘Lost Canary’, airing on April 15, at a panel.

“I like my job, I don’t want to say anything I can’t say and I don’t want to get killed again! They’ve killed me off and brought me back twice already. It’s awesome,” the actress joked.

“It’s a big episode, I think that you will find out a lot about Black Siren and her backstory, but they also leave it open to potentially exploring more of that, potentially in season eight, but it’s a huge episode. It’s fun,” added Cassidy.

On which of the many iterations of her character she’s enjoyed most, Cassidy said: “It’s a tough question because I feel very close to those characters. Starting off with Laurel and Black Canary, she was all about doing things the right way, full-heartedly… When my character in season two hit rock bottom and came out on the other side and then transformed into a superhero — it was amazing. As an actor, I loved it… Once they killed me off, and they brought me back as Black Siren… I’ve had so much fun playing that character because she’s wild. I felt like there was no boundaries.”

Cassidy explained that she does character backstories based on script analysis, and sometimes even journals as her characters. She compared playing ordinary, everyday roles to embodying characters who already exist in superhero universes and have the “best fans in the world”.

“It’s definitely a little bit more tricky when you have these hardcore fans that have expectations, and I want to do the character Black Canary and Black Siren as much justice as possible, and be as authentic as possible,” said Cassidy.

“It also is kind of freeing, when [on the other hand] you get to create this character that doesn’t exist until a certain film or television show [and] you can pick and choose based off script analysis how you are going to bring the character to life. So, it’s a little bit more restrictive, it’s a bit of pressure, but I think I’ve done an okay job,” she added.

Cassidy recalled being on another big set as socialite student Juliet Sharp years ago — ‘Gossip Girl’.

“We shot in New York, and when you’re shooting on the streets of New York, by the way, FYI for everyone, it’s not illegal for paparazzi to be on set next to the camera while you’re shooting a scene. You can hear the clicks and they’re just right in your face, but they’re legally allowed to be there. That was a bit overwhelming,” said Cassidy.

“In ‘Gossip Girl’, New York was a character itself, in a way, and so it drew a lot of fans, a lot of attention, but it was cool, because it forced me — you have to stay focused and you have to stay present in the scene,” she said.

  

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