Stephen is rocking part of his costume as he makes his way to the set of ‘Arrow’ in Vancouver on September 18.
– Arrow On the set > September 18 2014
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).
I have added more episode stills from Season Premiere.
– Episode Stills 3×01 – The Calm
Please email me any and all info on Arrow, PLEASE. –Caroline
Sorry, my email is down. So hopefully you’re reading this, as I share that with a new season comes “new toys” for Oliver to play with. “In the season premiere, you’ll see a new kind of arrow,” showrunner Marc Guggenheim shares. “And in Episode 5, there’s another new kind of arrow we’ve never seen before. Season 3 is like a movie sequel, where he’s got new gadgets to play with!”
Added scans from newest issue of Entertainment Weekly.
– Magazine Scans Entertainment Weekly – September 19 2014
I have added screencaptures from Stephen’s role as Buddy Harrelson in The House Next Door.
Greg Berlanti hints of Ra’s al Ghul’s “looming” presence: “Some great twists and turns”
Oliver Queen is getting in touch with his feelings in Arrow season three — just don’t expect it to trump his nightly crime-fighting in Starling City.
Picking up months after the finale, the premiere addresses Oliver’s “I love you” to Felicity Smoak by putting them in a less professional, more romantic setting: a date. Let’s just say, it goes “horribly” awry. Arrow and The Flash executive producer Greg Berlanti promises that while Oliver and Felicity’s progression as a pair may be exciting for a portion of the fans, it won’t dominate the season.
“None of us like to throw stuff out there and then not deal with it in some way. It doesn’t mean it occupies the story and that’s all we deal with, but you want to be fair to the audience,” Berlanti tells The Hollywood Reporter.
Charting that particular relationship has been “something that we’ve been working toward and building toward since she first showed up on the show,” he says. “We deal with it head-on in the premiere, but there aren’t a lot of superheroes who are married. It’s more that we’re dealing with the finale than we are with them.”