Over the weekend (March 25-26) Katie and a lot of her DC co-stars were at the first Heroes & Villains Fan Fest this time in Chicago. Katie did on day one photoshoots with the fans, autographs at her table and a Panel later on in the day and on day two just photoshoots and autographs. So far there is no info about the panel but it should come out soon till then enjoy some of the photos from the weekend in the gallery.
All candids are CREDIT to there OWNERS we take NO credit for THEM
– Public Events > 2017 > Conventions > Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Chicago > Autographs & Misc – Day 1
– Public Events > 2017 > Conventions > Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Chicago > Photoshoots – Day 1
– Public Events > 2017 > Conventions > Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Chicago > Panel – Day 1
– Public Events > 2017 > Conventions > Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Chicago > Autographs & Misc – Day 2
The 2017 DC PaleyFest took place last week in LA and although Katie was not there her self we did get some more info on the part in the upcoming season final of Legends Of Tomorrow season 2.
Guggenheim shared on social media that Katie Cassidy would be reprising her role of Laurel Lance in the Legends finale, and he says the scene was a long time coming. “I have to give a shout-out to Katie Cassidy,” Guggenheim says. “It’s only one scene, but man, she’s spectacular in it. It’s a scene we’ve wanted to do since the beginning of the season. We really wanted to get Sara and Laurel back together.”
“It was wonderful,” adds Lotz. “Katie and I hadn’t been able to do a scene together in years. She feels like my sister now, so it was very emotional, nostalgic, and I think people will really like it.”
But will Laurel pop up on any of the other DC shows before the season concludes? “I can say absolutely nothing,” Guggenheim says.
Back two day’s ago (March 16th) Katie attended the Ted Baker London Spring/ Summer 17 Launch Dinner in Chamberlain on West Hollywood, California. A few photos from the event have been now added to the gallery!
– Public Events > 2017 > Ted Baker London Spring/ Summer 17 Launch Dinner
Katie made her first Convention on March 14th for the Los Angeles Comic Book and Science Fiction Convention. Katie only had a autograph session with them there so there was no new info coming out from there but she will be at Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Chicago next weekend so we should get lot’s of new news from her then. I have added in lot’s of fan photos from the session she did with all saying she was very nice and happy with them all if not a little rushed.
All candids are CREDIT to there OWNERS
– Public Events > 2017 > Conventions > Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Atlanta > Autographs & Misc
We are known how much of a gamer Katie is and just how much she love’s playing Call Of Duty online, Well both she and her boyfriend got to visit the Infinity War studio 2 weeks ago and from the photos it looks like they both had a great time.
Thank you!! @callofduty @infinityward for such an awesome experience! We had a blast!
– Public Events > 2017 > Visiting Infinity War Studio
It’s a classic story – we went shopping after lunch, popping into Elements in Dallas like we have so many times before.
But this time, not wanting to overextend (we are building a house, after all), we went in with the promise that we could each only buy one thing, and even then, only if we loved it. A limit that put pressure on the situation but also forced us to really think about our purchases, rather than just collect them (an admittedly bad habit).
After perusing the sale rack, sick of sweaters and feeling the onset of Spring, we moved on to the new arrivals, getting wrapped up in the lace and gauze like we do every year once March rolls around.
Our arms full of silk robes, full-piece bathing suits and beachy two-piece short sets, we headed into the dressing rooms, anxious to find that perfect something. One by one, we tried on our selections and paraded them out for the other to look at.
Had we gone in without setting a limit, the likelihood that we each would have left with a handful of garments would have been high. Being excited about a new season can do that to you.
But we had a limit. One thing.
So we narrowed down our selections, played eenie-meenie-miney-moe and whittled our dressing rooms down to only those things we couldn’t imagine our closet without. And then we narrowed some more.
That afternoon, we each left with one thing. One really amazing thing.
– Studio Photoshoots > Tomboy KC > 2017 > Set 005
When the first designer Target collab came out, we stood in line with all of the other crazies and stocked up. We have Missoni x Target [insert anything you can think of here] and 3.1 Phillip Lim x Target accessories we definitely didn’t need. It was mania and we bought it in hook, line and sinker.
But over the last few years, the whole Target meets designer collab thing has kind of lost its zeal for us. Maybe it’s the fact that they’ve exhausted the designers that are the most adaptable to the collab formula, or maybe we are just suckers for novelty. Either way, we haven’t paid much attention to the collab game as of late. (Although, we must admit we are more than the slightest bit interested in what Victoria Beckham has up her sleeve for this next go around.)
Don’t get us wrong, we still love good design at reasonable prices, but like anything, with mass hysteria and popularity, the high-pressure purchasing and eventual eBay onslaught is just not as fun as it once was.
But then came Sugarfix by BaubleBar for Target.
We’ve always been big fans of BaubleBar‘s more affordable approach to jewelry trends, and were over the moon when we found out we could find them at Nordstrom. But an even more affordable (and equally killer) line that we can pick up while buying orange juice and wrapping paper? Come on guys, you’ve outdone yourself.
– Studio Photoshoots > Tomboy KC > 2017 > Set 004
As we said in are last post Katie was seen coming back to Vancouve and we now no why, It was confirmed by Marc that she will be in the Legends Of Tomorrow season finale episode, Now before we all jump for joy according to twitter Katie only did one scene for the show so don’t get your hopes up for anything goood (Can they just bring her back to life already)
Katie and her good friend Tommy Cole were seen arriving to Vancouver’s YVR Airport on February 16th. I don’t no if she is back in Vancouver for Arrow (or the other two shows) or just to hang out with people, But 16 HQ photos from the day are now up in the gallery.
– Out & About > 2017 > February 16th, 2017
Designers ditched New York Fashion Week this season like they finally realized February in New York is freaking cold.
This season, Rebecca Minkoff joined the likes of Tom Ford, Tommy Hilfiger, and Rachel Zoe, and held her runway show in Los Angeles. Taking full advantage of the opportunity to attend a runway show outside in February (dreams do come true!), Katie hot-footed it down to The Grove to support Minkoff and this geniusly innovative show.
Sure, I bet we head back at some point (September, anyone?). The whole shenanigan is a grand ‘ol time. But for now, we are taking in the shows the way we’ve always wanted to – with a front row view from the comfort of our bed, wine glass in hand.
– Studio Photoshoots > Tomboy KC > 2017 > Set 003
So Katie when from having a three show series regular contract to not having one now, Make up your mind Marc with what you are saying.
Contractual matters also may prove a hurdle in bringing Katie Cassidy back for another encore as one Laurel or another, even though Cassidy (as reported over the summer) entered the season with one of those #DCTV-wide deals that theoretically would allow her to pop up on Arrow or any of its many offspring.
“We have an idea for how to see [Katie] again, but we haven’t made a deal with her,” Guggenheim shared. “She’s not a series regular anymore, so we have to make a contract with her, and she’s got to be available. We haven’t had those conversations. But… we know exactly what we do want to do.
Touching on the larger issue of contracts, Guggenheim acknowledged that it gets “complicated” trying to retain actors for when you might need them, without keeping them from going out for pilot season this time of year.
“We try to make the process invisible in terms of our storytelling,” he said, “but there are just human realities and contractual realities that not only tie our hands, but tie the hands of everyone running a show these days — unless you’re Game of Thrones and you can just literally afford to, like, hold people for an entire year for ungodly sums of money.”