I have added screencaptures from last night episode of Arrow.
- Screen Captures 2×14 – Time of Death
How is it already time for season finales? It may feel as if the TV season just began, but on Wednesday (Feb. 26), The CW announced the season finale dates for nine freshman and returning series.
Wednesday, May 14: “Arrow” (renewed) at 8 p.m. ET
Arrow is nominated for Best Youth-Oriented Television Series. Congratulations. The 2014 Saturn Awards will be presented in June in Burbank.
Best Youth-Oriented Television Series:
“Pretty Little Liars”
“The Tomorrow People”
“The Vampire Diaries”
It’s a good day to be Arrow.
Because as dark (and deadly) as things have become in Starling City, the mood on the CW hit’s Vancouver set in mid-February is bright and lively, given the news that series lead Stephen Amell just helped shoot across the Internet: Season 3 is happening.
Not long after tweeting out the good word — and prior to blocking a quite pivotal scene that will air this spring – Amell kicked back in his trailer for a conversation with TVLine, sizing up Team Arrow 3.0, anticipating the inevitable Oliver/Slade showdown and surveying the many complicated relationships a chiseled billionaire vigilante must navigate.
TVLINE | How does the lead of a show find out about renewal? Is it a [WBTV president] Peter Roth phone call? Is it [CW president] Mark Pedowitz…?
You know, Peter Roth has been so wonderful to me — you can print that. [Laughs] He called me the morning after we premiered and he was really excited, and then he called me the morning after our second episode, when our numbers held, and he was like, “It’s on, baby.” He was super pumped. Mark Pedowitz had a conversation with several execs, and then I found out about a half hour before [the press release], because they wanted me to tweet the news and share it on Facebook. It’s good because we’ve seen some really interesting growth in terms of some demographics that are a tough get. I fully expected the show to be renewed, but I’m also of the school that I can’t…. I mean, I haven’t even extended the lease on my apartment yet, so it’s a real honor that they have faith in us and that they do these early renewals.
I have added to the gallery HQ stills from 15 episode of Arrow The Promise and it looks really awasome.
- Episode Stills 2×15 – The Promise
I’ve added 2000 screencaptures of Stephen in the movie Stay with Me to the gallery.
En route to visit the set of The CW’s Arrow in Vancouver last week, I tweeted an invite for fans of the superhero series to hit me with questions for the cast.
Without further ado — and with just one week to go until Season 2 resumes next Wednesday at 8/7c — I present (some of) the responses I procured from cast members Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Susanna Thompson, Colton Haynes and Caity Lotz, plus EP Marc Guggenheim (who was on hand to celebrate the show’s early Season 3 pick-up).
Team Arrow is getting crowded. Is anyone worried that the new additions will affect the core of the team? -Michelle
Stephen Amell acknowledges, “It’s not a very big cave,” but points out that the likes of Roy and Sara are “part of the team ‘with a lower case T.’ I mean, there’s myself, Diggle and Felicity — and everybody else for the moment is just kind of a visitor.”
Will Moira make life hell for Felicity now that she’s told Oliver about Thea’s paternity? –Michelle
Susanna Thompson says that she and Emily Bett Rickards both “thoroughly enjoyed” that confrontation, in which Oliver’s gal Friday revealed that she had unraveled the long-held Queen clan secret with a few clicks of a mouse. But as of right now, there doesn’t appear to be any blowback. In fact, Thompson herself admired Felicity’s candor. “I thought she had a lot of chutzpah to show up at Moira’s mansion and put it to her — with no bodyguards!” the actress said with a laugh. “I wouldn’t put it past Moira that she actually respects that.”