Category: Arrow

Arrow : Katie Cassidy Interview

With just over one month till Arrow will hit are Tv’s the CW is starting to post about it and Katie got a new video interview today. She talks about her character Laurel and we get to see new clips from the Pilot. Just a shame that its not in Hd.

GALLERY LINKs:
– Television Series > Arrow > Season 1 > Promotional > Katie Cassidy Interview

Comic Con 2012 Arrow Panel Clip

Here is a clip from the Arrow panel that was on at comic-con, I hope they we get to see the full video soon,

Comic-Con 2012: Arrow Stars Spill Secrets Behind That Shirtless Scene, Tease ‘Bold’ and ‘Weird’ Stuff Ahead


Katie & Stephen had a sit down with TV Line to talk about Arrow at Comic Con, The video at this time can only be watch on the TV Line site so to watch it please click on the photo.

To hear series leads Stephen Amell and Katie Cassidy tell it, The CW’s Arrow (premiering Wednesday, Oct. 10) hit the bulls-eye not just with its well-received pilot but also beyond.

During their visit to TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite, Cassidy — who plays Laurel Lance to Amell’s Oliver Queen aka Arrow — assured fans (and potential fans) that as rock-’em sock-’em as the pilot is, Episode 2, which they just got the script for, is just as “awesome” and even “bold” in the directions it goes. The Gossip Girl alum also teases that her costar has his “work cut out for him” in that second hour.

Speaking of which: Amell leads off our discussion by talking about Oliver’s intense workout montage from the pilot (glimpse it here), and whether that is really him doing those extreme pull-ups and such. Also not to miss: Exclusive scoop on [spoiler alert!] Laurel’s favorite ice cream flavor. Plus: Are they prepared to run 10 years like Smallville?

More On Arrow At Comic-Con

3:00-4:00 Ballroom 20 Arrow Screening and Q&A— Oliver Queen lives! The iconic DC Comics character will be the subject of a hard-hitting new drama series on The CW this fall.Arrow makes its Comic-Con debut with a screening of the full Arrow pilot, followed by a Q&A with series stars Stephen Amell (Private Practice) and Katie Cassidy(Supernatural), executive producers Marc Guggenheim (Green Lantern) and Andrew Kreisberg (Fringe), and pilot director/executive producer David Nutter (Smallville).

“Arrow” Premiere Date

The CW has announced the premiere dates for all its show’s and Arrow will start on Wednesday, October 10th at 8:00-9:00 PM!

Arrow At Comic-Con 2012

The CW/WB have just post the Comic-Con 2012 line up and Arrow will be there, No word if Katie will be at this time but Stephen Amell will be there on the panel on Friday and on Wenesday people can watch the full pilot.

SPECIAL SNEAK PEEK PILOT SCREENINGS
WEDNESDAY, JULY 11 • BALLROOM 20

For the fifth straight year, WBTVG gets Comic-Con off to a dramatic start by hosting a special sneak peek, world premiere screening event on Preview Night.

Arrow (Wednesdays 8/7c The CW): From Greg Berlanti (Green Lantern), Marc Guggenheim (Green Lantern), Andrew Kreisberg (Warehouse 13, Fringe) and David Nutter (Smallville, Supernatural, Game of Thrones), this hard-hitting action series reinvents the DC hero. After being marooned for five years on a remote island, billionaire Oliver Queen returns home with a mysterious agenda and very lethal new set of skills that he uses in a war on crime

FRIDAY, JULY 13

Arrow: Chills turn to thrills in this session when Arrow cast members, including Stephen Amell, join producers for a special pilot screening and discussion. Ballroom 20

Arrow Trailer

The CW have at last post the first official trailer for Arrow not a lot of Kaite in it but from the looks of it the fights are going to be great.

The CW Network’s 2012 Upfront After Party

After the main upfronts Katie and Stephen as well as people from other CW shows when at the The CW Network’s 2012 Upfront After Party, Again a mix of HQ/MQ photos were added into the gallery and i have to say i just love Kaite’s dress.

GALLERY LINKs:
– Public Events > 2012 > The CW Network’s 2012 Upfront After Party

The CW Network’s 2012 Upfront

Its that time of the year again when all the upfronts are on and last thursday the CW had these, Kaite and Stephen Amell were on hand for Arrow, A mix of UHQ/HQ’s & MQ’s photos from the event have been added into the gallery.

GALLERY LINKs:
– Public Events > 2012 > The CW Network’s 2012 Upfront

The CW Officially Picks Up Arrow As A Series

Well it’s official now we will be seeing Kaite on are tv’s each week.

Director David Nutter’s winning record continues and DC Comics will soon have a show on network TV again.

News has just come out that The CW has put in a series order for Arrow, the new Green Arrow TV series starring Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, and Colin Donnell. Initial reactions to the pilot have been quite positive so we’re not entirely surprised that Arrow has gotten the nod.

The CW has not yet announced when it will fall on the schedule; expect that announcement to be made on Thursday, May 17, although more information may leak out sooner.

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The CW Picks Up Superhero Series ARROW for Fall 2012 Season

PLease note the CW has yet to make this official

ARROW, starring Stephen Amell (Hung) as Oliver Queen and his superhero alter ego Green Arrow, will air as part of the network’s upcoming Fall lineup

“After being marooned for five years on a remote island, former billionaire playboy Oliver Queen returns with a mysterious agenda and a lethal set of new skills that he uses in a war on crime.”

Canadian actor Stephen Amell (Hung, The Vampire Diaries, 90210) will portray the title role, as well as his alter ego — reformed bad boy and billionaire Oliver Queen. Katie Cassidy (Supernatural, Gossip Girl) stars as the show’s female lead Dinah Laurel Lance — also known to comics fans as the second Black Canary — a lawyer with the City Necessary Resources Initiative. Willow Holland (The O.C.) will play Thea Queen, Oliver’s celebutante younger sister who has a rebellious streak. Colin Donnell (Pan Am) will play Tommy Merlyn, Oliver’s best friend, a trust fund playboy who hopes to resume the good times now that Oliver has returned.

We’ve now received notice through multiple sources that The CW, who optioned the pilot last year in hopes of filling the superhero gap left by Smallville’s finale, has picked up the show to run during it’s Fall 2012 season. One source stated that rough cuts of the pilot episode were well received by network execs, who believe it will garner a very positive audience response. There’s no word yet how many episodes have been ordered, or when the show will begin to air. When asked to officially confirm this information, a representative for The CW stated that they have not solidified decisions regarding our fall line up at this time; but earlier reported have cited they are scheduled to reveal their selections later this month.

ARROW is executive produced by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg and David Nutter, who is directing, from a teleplay by Kreisberg & Guggenheim, story by Berlanti & Guggenheim. Melissa Kellner Berman is co-executive producer.

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Primentime Pilot Panic: The Early Buzz

Things are looking very good for Katie’s new show at this time

Back by popular demand: Deadline’s Pilot Buzz lists. We’re earlier than normal this year while pilots have generally been late, with only a handful of them having cuts by now and the vast majority still in various stages of production. Therefore, everything on this list has to be taken with a gigantic grain of salt as a lot could change between a table read and a final cut.

If there is such thing as sure thing so early, the CW’s ARROW and THE CARRIE DIARIES would be it. They have pre-sold titles and are already making a lot of noise. Both were solid pre-production, received mostly favorable reaction to the fist images of the title characters released last month, and the strong buzz continues. Another pilot with a instantly recognizable title, BEAUTY & THE BEAST, also has been garnering buzz, while medical drama FIRST CUT has had people raving about Meryl Streep’s daughter Mamie Gummer who plays the lead. And then there is a pilot, whose chances improved over the last two weeks for reasons completely unrelated to the actual pilot — THE SELECTION. In picking it up, the network took a page from its own playbook several years ago, when, on the heels of the success of the first Twilight movie, the network ordered to pilot the similarly-themed Vampire Diaries. This year, the CW did the same with the Hunger Games-esque THE SELECTION in anticipation that the movie would be big. The film indeed has been an instant smash, boosting the chances of The Selection.

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