The Wrap is reporting that JR Bourne will be appearing in the fourth season, and he’ll be playing Double Down, a villain in the comics. Read what they have to say below. Continue reading JR Bourne cast as DC villain Double Down
Today, Marc Guggenheim has revealed the title for the second episode of season four, while Jeri Ryan has also been announced to be guesting. It appears that her role will be that teased by TVLine a short time ago, and seems to be the person referred to by the title of the episode – which is ‘The Candidate’. Check out Guggenheim’s tweet and details on Ryan’s casting below.
— Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) July 23, 2015
Jeri Ryan is coming to The CW’s “Arrow,” Access Hollywood can exclusively reveal.
The “Star Trek: Voyager” alum will guest star in the second episode of Season 4.
Jeri will play Jessica Danforth in the episode, a friend of the Queen family. Her political ambitions will place her in the crosshairs of a menacing antagonist, Access has learned.
Marc Guggenheim was asked on Tumblr about Oliver’s son, and whether he might make an appearance this year. His tease (see below) could suggest that if we do see his child this year, it might not be DC Comics character Connor Hawke, who was the second Green Arrow in the comics. What do you think of Guggenheim’s tease? Let us know! Continue reading Marc Guggenheim teases Oliver’s son – is it Connor Hawke?
Yet another villain has been cast for Arrow’s upcoming fourth season. Today it was announced that Jimmy Akingbola would be playing the role of Baron Reiter, better known as Baron Blitzkrieg to DC Comics fans. Check out what THR have to say below. Continue reading Jimmy Akingbola to recur as Baron Blitzkrieg in season 4
As mentioned at Comic-Con last week, the fourth season of Arrow will feature comic book villains Mr. Terrific and Anarky. And today, both of those characters have been cast. Mr. Terrific will be played by Echo Kellum, while Alexander Calvert will portray Anarky. See how the characters are described below. Continue reading Mr. Terrific and Anarky cast for season 4
A new description for the fourth season has emerged on the Comic-Con website, and it paints an interesting picture as to what the season could revolve around. There are some minor spoilers included, but check it out below and let us know what you think! Continue reading New Description for Season 4 from Comic-Con
Season 4 begins filming in a little under two weeks time, and next week, San Diego is once again hosting Comic-Con. We’re expecting some big spoilers out of that, but for now, TV Guide have published an article about season 4, and some photos of it have surfaced online. There are some minor spoilers in the images. Check them out below! Continue reading TV Guide Magazine Article – 2nd July 2015
TVLine have confirmed that John Barrowman’s Malcolm Merlyn will be returning to the show next season, and Barrowman will do so once again as a regular.
Question: Is John Barrowman returning to Arrow next season? It seemed like Malcolm was kind of written out in the finale. —Joel
Ausiello: Not only is Barrowman returning, but he will retain his series-regular status.
Is it October yet? Dying for some Arrow scoop! –Catarina
I can’t let good Arrow fans up and die, now, can I? In the second episode of Season 4, the CW hit will introduce the heavily recurring character of a twentysomething African American male who is a technological savant on par with Ms. Smoak. Maybe during Felicity and Oliver’s romantic retreat, Thea/Diggle/Laurel had to recruit a new computer whiz via Craigslist…? UPDATE: Or better, as readers have suggested, he’s Felicity’s H.I.V.E. counterpart/adversary?
Andy: I need some scoop on Arrow to get me through this long summer. Help a fellow fan out?
The CW comic book show is getting some star power next season! Arrow is currently looking to cast a big name for the guest-starring role of Patty, a mayoral candidate who is deeply committed to her city and willing to risk her life to stand up for the people. Described as a female in her 50s-early 60s, Patty is a peer and an old friend of the late Moira Queen, and was once close with Oliver and Thea. She is also a mother, and cares for her daughter above all else…any guesses as to who that daughter is?
The gag reel for season 3 has appeared online, which means you don’t have to wait for the DVD/Blu-Ray release to see the cast hilariously forgetting their lines! Continue reading Season 3 Gag Reel