The latest episode of Arrow was a shocker, but a DC exec is here to explain why that surprise was a good movie.
Oliver Queen is about to face his toughest adversary yet, and The CW has revealed a few new Arrow pics showing off the mysterious new big bad. Hmm ... that costume looks pretty similar, doesn't it?
The CW's wasted no time capitalizing on DC Comics' catalogue. Several characters have already appeared on Arrow, and there are more to come. Here's a sneak peek at Oliver Queen and his latest target—Huntress.
This weekend, New York Comic Con has been on fire, the go-to place for new movie and TV trailers. That's why it was the perfect venue for The CW to premiere a sizzle reel for their new hit, Arrow. It features the vigilante archer as he battles some notable foes. Not in New York? No problem. You can watch the video right here.
Tonight, Arrow takes aim at The CW. The superhero drama is arguably the network's most anticipated new show. Monday, Blastr met with its creative team, which includes executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg, actor Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen) and DC Comics chief Geoff Johns, and the group spilled the beans about Arrow's exciting first season.
Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) doesn't become Arrow overnight. It takes training, discipline, street smarts and drive. In the upcoming pilot, we'll see Oliver go from selfish playboy to stealth vigilante.
The CW's released another promo for the comic-based Arrow, featuring Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen) explaining why his character isn't a typical hero. He's just as bad as he is good and has the sordid past to prove it.
Once Smallville's lengthy run finally came to an end, no one was really surprised to hear The CW had greenlit a series based on fellow superhero the Green Arrow. But though both might come from the same DC Comics canon, Arrow star Stephen Amell says that's where the similarities begin and end. Spoilers ahead!
Green Arrow has come out of hiding. The CW has released a new photo of actor Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen in their upcoming series, Arrow. And unlike the previous image where he's shrouded in darkness, we can actually see his face!
The CW has done what we all thought was impossible. They've found a new actor to play the Green Arrow, replacing Justin Hartley, who was perfect in the role. Earlier this year, the network green-lit a pilot based on the superhero and now they've cast the leading role. Are you ready to meet the new Oliver Queen?