Hey just a little note to say that I’m going away tomorrow till monday for a Supernatural con. I will try my best to get Arrow caps up some time this week but it is all on if I can get the net or not. If not caps will be up monday and well as any updates i miss.
Here is the promo for nexts week all new Arrow 3×02 – Sara
It’s here the premiere of Arrow season three was last night on The CW and what do you think to the episode! and who saw that ending coming?. I have added in over 150 HD screencaptures to the gallery from the episode 3×01 – The Calm. So enjoy.
– Television Series > Arrow > Season 3 > Screencaptures > 3×01 – The Calm
Here is the new stills and Synopsis from Arrow 3×03 – Corto Maltese. And caps from last night are coming very soon.
Oliver decides it’s time for Thea to come back to Starling City, so he packs for Corto Maltese, where Felicity has traced Thea’s whereabouts. Lyla (guest star Audrey Marie Anderson) asks Diggle to go with Oliver because one of her field operatives, Mark Shaw (guest star David Cubitt), has gone dark in Corto Maltese and she’d like him to look into it. Feeling responsible for Thea’s departure, Roy joins Oliver and Diggle on their journey. Shaw double-crosses Diggle, putting numerous A.R.G.U.S. agents, including Lyla, at risk. Meanwhile, Laurel meets Ted Grant (J.R. Ramirez), and Felicity adjusts to her new job.
– Arrow > Season 3 > Episode Stills > 3×03 – Corto Maltese
Are Oliver and Laurel in the best place they’ve ever been?
Now that Laurel knows of Oliver’s masked identity, the two have become a force to be reckoned with at the start of the season: The Arrow catches the bad guys, Laurel indicts them. Guggenheim referenced a moment in episode six where the history and backstory between the two is fully felt. “They were best friends; they were lovers; they were in love with each other and now they’re post-relationship — but there’s this history there that’s always going to follow them, and there’s always going to be a bond between the two of them,” he explained. “There’s a scene in episode six where there’s a really good example of that.”
Now that Oliver is pursuing a relationship with Felicity, are things really over between him and Laurel?
Guggenheim: I think ever since the beginning of Season 2 when Oliver and Laurel had their conversation about Tommy’s death and Oliver being away for those five months after Tommy’s death. I think Oliver and Laurel are sort of in a really good post-relationship place. That’s not to say they’ll never get back together again. We never say never on Arrow. But I think Season 3 shows that their relationship sort of evolves. I think some of the scenes we’ve had in Season 3 between Stephen and Katie Cassidy are actually among the closest Oliver and Laurel have had since Season 1.
How does the fact that she knows his secret change things?
Guggenheim: That’s really the fun thing for us. We now get to have scenes between Oliver and Laurel that we never got to have on the show now that she’s in the circle of trust. And I think what it’s done is it’s really deepened their relationship because now they can really be truthful with each other about what’s going on in their lives. That said, Laurel is going to keep a secret from Oliver because that’s our show. Our characters keep secrets from each other.
Will we see Laurel take more steps to becoming the Black Canary?
Guggenheim: I certainly don’t want to spoil anything, but suffice it to say we definitely intended Laurel to be set on a path when Sara gave her that jacket. And you have not seen the last of that jacket. This so borders on spoiler, but I think people who love Laurel’s character and love the idea of her being more active in fighting crime than just being a district attorney will be really happy this year.
Credit: TV Guide & Hollywood Reporter
Please note SPOILERS!
“It was hard. Every time we kill off a character on the show, it’s always incredibly hard. (…) But as with Tommy’s death, as with Moira’s death, the story implications for this development are so far-reaching for the show and affect all of the characters. We always call it it’s the terrible story math. It kicks off, obviously, a mystery that will drive us for at least the first half of the year. It will set Laurel on a trajectory that she’s never had before on the show. It will create all these other complications and dynamics that I can’t talk about because it would spoil stuff. It buys us a lot of story, and it speaks to all the things that we wanted to do this year in terms of Laurel’s character, in terms of Oliver’s character, in terms of Felicity’s character. It’s always a hard thing to do, but it is really the engine that’s driving the whole third season,” Guggenheim explained.
Sara’s death will definitely affect how Laurel and Oliver interact, and probably not necessarily in the ways that one would expect. “I think Sara’s death probably pulls them closer together than pulls them apart,” Guggenheim said. “That’s not to say there’s not significant moments of conflict between them also. That’s one of the reasons we killed Sara off: the amount of story and richness that we get out of it. There’s a scene in episode 2 where they’re going at it and can’t stand each other. And there’s also a scene in episode 2 where they’re the closest they’ve ever been. And that’s all in the same episode. And it doesn’t feel schizophrenic, it doesn’t feel inconsistent. Every moment feels earned, because of the emotional roller coaster these people are on.”
Lance (Paul Blackthorne) calls the Arrow (Stephen Amell) when another archer appears in town and starts skewering businessmen. Diggle (David Ramsey) uses A.R.G.U.S. to find the archer’s identity; he is a man named Simon Lacroix (guest star Matt Ward), who goes by the codename Komodo. However, the team hits a rough patch with the mission and gets help from a surprising source – Laurel (Katie Cassidy). Meanwhile, Oliver begins to worry that he hasn’t heard from Thea (Willa Holland), which forces Roy (Colton Haynes) to tell him the truth about why she left town. Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) pursues Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards). In the flashback, Maseo (guest star Karl Yune) tells Oliver that Amanda Waller has ordered his first kill. As Oliver looks down the scope of the rifle, he sees the target is his best friend, Tommy (guest star Colin Donnell). Despite her promise to her sister, Laurel debates sharing a secret about Sara (Caity Lotz) with Lance.
New outtakes from Kaite’s Institute Nagazine have been added to the gallery, check them out she looks amazing as always.
– Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes > 2014 > Set 005
My copy of Arrow season two Blu-Ray came today, I have addded in all the Bonus Features Katie is in and its not a lot this year, She has 4 Deleted Scenes, The gag reel and Comic-Con 2013 panel and thats it. But please enjoy these 1080p Blu-Ray caps and as soon as I have done all of season on main caps I will make a start on redoing all the season two main caps.
– Arrow > Season 2 > Blu-Ray Bonus Features > Gag Reel
– Arrow > Season 2 > Blu-Ray Bonus Features > Deleted Scene – 2×01 – City Of Heroes
– Arrow > Season 2 > Blu-Ray Bonus Features > Deleted Scene – 2×02 – Identity
– Arrow > Season 2 > Blu-Ray Bonus Features > Deleted Scene – 2×04 – Crucible
– Arrow > Season 2 > Blu-Ray Bonus Features > Deleted Scene – 2×09 – Three Ghosts
– Arrow > Season 2 > Blu-Ray Bonus Features > Comin-Con 2013 Panel
Here is part two of the Arrow season one 1080p Blu-Ray screen captures, this time I have added in episodes 1×07 – Muse Of Fire, 1×08 – Vendetta, 1×09 – Year’s End, 1×10 – Burned and 1×11 – Trust But Verify . Please enjoy these very HQ caps of Katie and part three should be up by the end of the weekend.
– Television Series > Arrow > Season 1 > Blu-Ray Screen Captures
OLIVER SEARCHES FOR AN IDENTITY BEYOND THE ARROW — With crime in Starling City at an all-time low thanks to the Arrow (Stephen Amell) and his team, Oliver thinks he can finally balance being both the Arrow and Oliver Queen and asks Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) out on a date. However, when a new villain (guest star Peter Stormare) emerges, who has claimed the name Vertigo from the recently deceased Count, Oliver is caught off-guard and someone close to him is hurt. Oliver and a newly suited up Roy (Colton Haynes) take on the Count. Meanwhile, Diggle (David Ramsey) becomes a father, Lance (Paul Blackthorne) is promoted to Captain, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) joins Arrow’s inner circle and Felicity gets a part-time job at a tech store to make ends meet. Also, Oliver fights to regain his company, Queen Consolidated, but comes up against a very worthy opponent – the charming Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh).
Here is a new clip from Kaite’s movie The Scribbler, And remember that The Scribbler is out tomorrow in some theatres and on itunes. And the Blu-Ray/DVD is out in October.