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NotaPublicado: Jue Mar 23, 2017 2:18 am
por Shelby
- ARROW | 5.18 "Disbanded" Promo:

- ARROW | 5.18 "Disbanded" Extended Promo:


- ARROW | 5.18 "Disbanded" Inside The episode:


- ARROW | 5.18 "Disbanded" Clip #1:


Re: "ARROW" Nueva serie de la CW para TV basada en Green Arr

NotaPublicado: Jue Mar 23, 2017 11:21 am
por Shelby
- Un próximo episodio de "Arrow" será el 'Team Felicity vs. el Team Arrow':

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La relación de Felicity Smoak con el grupo de hackers Helix hacker en "Arrow" pronto llegará a su punto álgido cuando ella se encuentre enfrentándose a un inesperado adversario: Oliver Queen.

Los dos entrarán en un curso de colisión cuando, en el episodio 5.19 titulado "Dangerous Liaisons", ambos usen métodos distintos para ir tras el mismo objetivo: Adrian Chase aka Prometheus.

La estrella de la serie, Stephen Amell, así lo ha explicado a distintos medios de prensa:

"Hay un episodio próximo – creo que es el episodio 19 – he olvidado el nombre ahora mismo, pero realmente casi podría ser llamado 'Team Felicity vs. Team Arrow'. Ambos están tras el mismo objetivo – alerta de spoiler: es Chase – pero ella va a ir vía Helix y el Team Arrow no va a ir vía Helix. Felicity está liderando por su lado, y Oliver está liderando por su lado, y eso plantea una dinámica muy, muy interesante que realmente no hemos visto de ellos en todo el año, y empieza a traer muchas de las cosas que – no sé lo que la gente ha estado esperando, pero muchas de las razones por las que han estado muy reglamentados el uno hacia el otro están empezando a salir a la superficie en este episodio."

“Mira, él confía en ella, pero eso no significa que tenga que estar de acuerdo con ella”. “Pienso que Oliver y Felicity tienen ahora mismo un muy buen entendimiento del otro. Creo que nuestros espectadores van a tener un mejor entendimiento del por qué están de la manera en que están, una mejor exploración del por qué Oliver y Felicity han estado comportándose de la manera en la que han estado comportándose este año”, explica Amell.

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Re: "ARROW" Nueva serie de la CW para TV basada en Green Arr

NotaPublicado: Jue Mar 23, 2017 11:34 am
por Shelby
- Felicity Smoak de "Arrow" conseguirá un traje y una máscara en "Legends Of Tomorrow":

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Algo grande y emocionante para los fans de 'Felicity Smoak' (Emily Bett Rickards) Felicity Smoak ha sido revelado por el productor ejecutivo de "Legends of Tomorrow" y de "Arrow" Marc Guggenheim.

En el episodio de la próxima semana de "Legends of Tomorrow" titulado 'Doomworld' veremos versiones alternativas de algunos personajes, uno de los cuales fue insinuado hace varias semanas durante una entrevista por el productor.

“En el penúltimo episodio vamos a tener — no puedo ser específico sobre esto, pero creo que es una de las cosas más divertidas que hemos hecho jamás en la serie — un personaje de otra serie aparece en Legends de una manera en la que no ha sido visto nunca antes,” dijo Guggenheim.

Ahora, gracias a los tweets de Guggenheim, hemos sabido que a quien el productor se refería era a 'Felicity Smoak' con un traje y una máscara que recuerda al actual look en los cómics de 'Huntress'.

“Puede que nunca veáis esa versión del personaje de nuevo,” dijo Guggenheim en esa anterior entrevista. “Pero hará, creo, que los fans griten de alegría.”

Podéis ver los concept-arts de los diseños de Maya Mani para el personaje ilustrados por Andy Poon a continuación:

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Re: "ARROW" Nueva serie de la CW para TV basada en Green Arr

NotaPublicado: Vie Mar 24, 2017 3:00 am
por Shelby
- Stills del 5.18 "Disbanded":

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NotaPublicado: Dom Mar 26, 2017 11:30 am
por Shelby
- Wendy Mericle & Marc Guggenheim tienen un plan definitivo para Olicity en ‘Arrow’ (screenertv):

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Wendy Mericle & Marc Guggenheim tienen un plan definitivo para Olicity en ‘Arrow’
Por Lindsay MacDonald - 24 Marzo, 2017

Ever since Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) called off their engagement in Season 4 of "Arrow," it's felt like we're just biding time until they eventually find their way back to each other.

During their break though, Season 5 has given both characters an opportunity to grow into new roles -- Felicity as a relapsed hacktivist and Oliver as mayor. They've both been independent of each other in a way we haven't seen since their relationship first kicked off in Season 3. The breathing room has been a nice respite for both of them, but is it finally time to start angling them back together?

We asked executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle about the future of "Olicity" and where that relationship might be headed as we enter the final arc of Season 5.

"We said at the beginning of the season that we were going to play everything by ear and see where the characters took us," Mericle says. "I think there's going to be a natural coming back together at the end of this season on a friendship basis because they've both been through such horrible things."

"We were always very intrigued by the idea of having these two characters who are series regulars on the show, who used to be engaged and still have to work together," Guggenheim says. "How do they deal with that? How do they deal with each other's relationships? How do they interact with each other. I think that's something that's very mature and not something I've seen a lot on television ... I can't really think of that many situations where it's like 'They were engaged, and now they're not, but they're still together, and they're still both on the show!' We've enjoyed playing out that dynamic."

The "broken up but still teammates" dynamic has certainly fulfilled our angst quota for the year, especially when you consider that the way Oliver and Felicity dealt with each other's new romances was with murder and plagiarism scandals. (Side note: It may just be safer for the general public if these two got back together soon. Just saying.)

As things stand now, it feels just a little too soon to imagine them reconciling, given that Felicity's boyfriend has only been dead a few months and Oliver's relationship with Susan (Carly Pope) is still in no man's land at the moment. However, as the season progresses and Felicity falls further down the rabbit hole with Helix, that might change.

"Felicity is going to continue to go darker and go further into this world of Helix," Mericle says, "And when everything comes to a head, she's going to need Oliver in a way that she hasn't in the past 15 episodes."

Wherever Oliver and Felicity's story arcs are heading this year, we trust Guggenheim and Mericle to take them in the right direction. The slow burn might be agonizing, but it's usually worth it in the end, especially considering Marc Guggenheim says they had this all planned out ahead of time.

"When we broke them up in Episode 415 last year, we always had a plan," Marc Guggenheim says. "I'm not going to tell you what the plan was ... I will say that there are a lot of unanswered questions from Episode 415 that we are looking to answer this year, as was always our intention. There's a bunch of things that happen in the show that are inspiration or last minute ideas, and then there are other things on the show where we're planting seeds in one season with the intention of bringing them to fruition in another season. To me, it's the advantage of having a show you know isn't going anywhere. We love what we call the long-tail storylines."

It sounds like Season 5 will end with some good material for Oliver and Felicity's unpredictable relationship, even if that's only restoring their friendship to what it used to be. After all, that bond is what led them to romance in the first place, right?

"Arrow" airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

http://screenertv.com/television/arrow- ... -season-5/

- ¿Qué está realmente pasando con Helix? (EW):

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¿Qué está realmente pasando con Helix?
Por Natalie Abrams 28 Marzo, 2017 a las 6:50pm EDT

While Oliver aims to disband the team on Arrow, Felicity faces problems of her own as Helix’s true intentions will soon spill out.

So far, Felicity’s (Emily Bett Rickards) interactions with Helix have been relatively innocuous. They provided her with a treasure trove of information — the carrot, if you will — asking for only small favors in return. But it won’t be long before Helix replaces the carrot with the stick.

“Helix has a game plan, and Felicity has come in there with a very specific agenda: She wants to get revenge against Prometheus, get revenge against Adrian [Josh Segarra],” executive producer Wendy Mericle says. “She’s not thinking about the pieces and how it’s all fitting into the bigger mosaic. She’s getting in deep. There’s going to be some trouble, and she’s going to find herself having to make some decisions she knows are wrong, and she’s not going to be able to see it until it’s almost too late.”

For starters, Felicity probably shouldn’t trust Alena (Kacey Rohl), who seems to be the kind face of Helix so far. But there’s someone more nefarious pulling the strings. “We are going to see somebody [else],” Mericle teases. “What’s interesting about it is he’s not actually at Helix right now, so there’s going to be a big episode where we find out who this person is, and Felicity is involved in helping him. It’s really messed up.”

But Felicity’s dealings with Helix will also help her to better understand what Team Arrow — Oliver (Stephen Amell) in particular — have been facing over the last five seasons. “Felicity’s use of Pandora is very similar to Oliver and Diggle’s [David Ramsey] use of violence,” EP Marc Guggenheim says. “It’s the hacker equivalent. You’re using violence for a good means, but violence is not necessarily a good thing. So what’s the cost to Felicity in doing that? We don’t want to turn Felicity into a killer, but we wanted to explore how Felicity has been spending basically five years with Team Arrow now, and she’s been spending five years with people who solve problems by not just resorting to violence, but by resorting to means that are morally questionable. Felicity is going to start discovering what happens when you fight fire with fire — do you get burned?”

Arrow airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.

http://ew.com/tv/2017/03/28/arrow-felic ... -spoilers/

- Vigilante es alguien que habéis visto antes, dice Guggenheim (CBR):

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Vigilante es alguien que habéis visto antes, dice Guggenheim
Por Vincent Yeung - 27 Marzo 2017

Despite causing trouble for Oliver Queen throughout Season 5 of “Arrow,” Vigilante is still on the loose in Starling City. In recent weeks, the villain has taken a backseat to Prometheus — and now we know viewers will have to sit tight for quite some time to see the character unmasked.

The show’s executive producer, Marc Guggenheim, assures fans that Season 6 will answer the question of Vigilante’s true identity.

“We know who it is, but we were kind of intrigued by the idea of having a mystery that led into the next season,” Guggenheim told Screener at Paleyfest 2017. “We were excited at the prospect of just letting this play out for a little while longer, and it gives us something cool to do in Season 6.”

After the identity of Prometheus was revealed to be district attorney Adrian Chase, the alias of Vigilante in the DC comics, fans were left scratching their heads. If Chase isn’t Vigilante, then who is he? According to Guggenheim, the character is someone we’ve already encountered before.

“As a general rule, I’m not a fan of mystery characters who when you take off the mask the audience goes, ‘What a minute, I’ve never seen that person before in my life.’ I’m probably not spoiling anything by saying whoever’s underneath the Vigilante mask, you’ve seen that person before,” Guggenheim said.

Airing Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW, “Arrow” stars Stephen Amell as the Green Arrow, Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak, David Ramsey as John Diggle, Willa Holland as Thea Queen, Paul Blackthorne as Quentin Lance and Echo Kellum as Curtis Holt.

http://www.cbr.com/arrow-vigilante-is-s ... heim-says/?

- El episodio centrado en Oliver/Felicity ofrecerá una 'explicacxión completa' del por qué pasó la ruptura de la S4 (TVLine):

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El episodio centrado en Oliver/Felicity ofrecerá una 'explicacxión completa' del por qué pasó la ruptura de la S4
Por Matt Webb Mitovich y Vlada Gelman / 03 Abril 2017, 1:05 PM PDT

Coming out of the next Arrow episode — which Stephen Amell has dubbed “Team Arrow vs. Team Felicity” — The CW series will deliver an overdue deep dive into Oliver and Felicity’s infamous Season 4 breakup.

Amell first teased the “Olicity”-centric episode last month, tweeting that he was filming the “first episode EVER where the same actor shares every single one of my scenes with me. Going to be great.” He added, “And by my scenes I mean our scenes. By definition. Super cool episode.”

Amell was referring to Season 5, Episode 20, which is titled “Underneath” and revisits, in depth, Felicity’s termination of their wedding engagement after learning that Oliver 1) had a son, 2) didn’t tell her, and 3) then didn’t include his bride-to-be in the decision to send young William and his mother away, to safety.

“One of the things that we’ve always wanted to do, and I think a lot of the fans have asked for, is basically deal with the consequences of Episode 415 [when] Oliver and Felicity ended their engagement and broke up,” Arrow co-showrunner Marc Guggenheim tells TVLine. “They never really had a full-on discussion or exploration of why that breakup happened. Felicity just sort of reached her breaking point and walked out the door” — that is, after the tech that remedied her gunshot-induced paralysis kicked in, allowing her to rise from her wheelchair to her feet.

“This is definitely an examination of the state of their breakup,” the EP reiterates. “It comes out of the events of 519 [titled ‘Dangerous Liaisons’ aka ‘Team Arrow vs. Team Felicity’] and, quite frankly, all the other episodes that led up to it. Something happens in 519 [airing Wednesday, April 26] that really tees up this conversation.”

http://tvline.com/2017/04/03/arrow-seas ... p-answers/

Re: "ARROW" Nueva serie de la CW para TV basada en Green Arr

NotaPublicado: Vie Mar 31, 2017 6:55 pm
por Shelby
- ARROW | 5.19 "Dangerous Liaisons" Promo:


- ARROW | 5.19 "Dangerous Liaisons" Extended Promo:

- ARROW | 5.19 "Dangerous Liaisons" Inside the episode:


- ARROW | 5.19 "Dangerous Liaisons" Clip #1:

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- ARROW | 5.19 "Dangerous Liaisons" Clip #2:


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NotaPublicado: Sab Abr 01, 2017 12:31 pm
por Shelby
- Revelados título y créditos del 5.22:

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El productor Marc Guggenheim ha desvelado en su cuenta de twitter el título y créditos del episodio 5.22, que empieza su producción:


https://twitter.com/mguggenheim/status/ ... 4222582784

El episodio 5.22 tiene por título "Missing". Está escrito por Speed Weed & Oscar Balderrama, y dirigido por Marizee Almas.

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NotaPublicado: Sab Abr 01, 2017 12:45 pm
por Shelby
- Katie Cassidy regresa como regular en la S6 de "Arrow" como 'Black Siren':

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Variety ha informado que la alumna de “Arrow” Katie Cassidy regresará como regular en la Season 6 de la serie de la CW interpretando a 'Black Siren'. Cassidy aparecerá por primera vez en los dos episodios finales de la actual quinta temporada de la serie.

Miembro original de “Arrow,” Cassidy interpretó a 'Laurel Lance/Black Canary' durante las primeras cuatro temporadas, antes de ser asesinada a mediados de la Season 4. Tras ello, Cassidy firmó un acuerdo con la CW para aparecer en todas las series de DC de la cadena como personaje invitado — apareciendo entonces como 'Black Siren', la versión villana de Tierra 2 de Black Canary.

Marc Guggenheim ha hablado sobre el regreso de la actriz en un comunicado: “Una de las cosas que más me emociona sobre ‘Arrow’ es que vamos donde la historia nos lleva. El año pasado, la historia nos llevó a la trágica muerte de Laurel Lance. Este año, nuestra midseason finale rnos reintrodujo a la doble de Laurel, Black Siren. Nos enganchó tanto la valiente interpretación de Katie de este personaje que sabíamos que su historia no había acabado aún. No podríamos estar más encantados con darle de nuevo la bienvenida a Katie back a ‘Arrow’ como Black Siren, aunque con sus apariciones en ‘Arrow’ y ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ en esta temporada, realmente ella nunca dejó la familia.”

La última vez que vimos a Cassidy como Black Siren, el personaje estaba trabajando con Prometheus (Josh Segarra) para derrotar al equipo. Due vencida y enviada a una cárcel de Argus en Central City donde Ollie (Stephen Amell) esperaba que ella pudiera ser rehabilitada para convertirse más en la Laurel que él conocía.

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NotaPublicado: Vie Abr 07, 2017 2:41 am
por Shelby
- Descripción oficial del 5.19 “Dangerous Liaisons”:

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5.19 “Dangerous Liaisons” (26/04/17): LA BÚSQUEDA DE CHASE SE INTENSIFICA — Oliver (Stephen Amell), el Team Arrow, ARGUS y la SCPD comienzan una cacería humada por toda la ciudad de Adrian Chase (Josh Segarra). Helix le dice a Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) que tienen una manera de encontrar a Chase pero necesitarán algo grande e illegal por parte de ella a cambio. Joel Novoa dirige el episodio escrito por Speed Weed & Elizabeth Kim (#519).

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- Stills del 5.19 “Dangerous Liaisons”:

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NotaPublicado: Vie Abr 07, 2017 2:50 am
por Shelby
- "Arrow" contará con flashbacks distintos para el episodio 5.20 “Underneath”:

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Al parecer no veremos Rusia ni Lian Yu en el episodio 5.20 "Underneath" y que está centrado en Oliver-Felicity, según nos informa TVLine en su sección de spoilers de esta semana.

El episodio que se dice que finalmente abordará el tema de la ruptura de Oliver y Felicity contará en su lugar con flashbacks de una parte diferente de la historia de "Arrow".

“Los flashbacks son de un periodo diferente, como ocasionalmente hacemos,” explica el productor ejecutivo de la serie Marc Guggenheim a la página. “Tendrán lugar entre las temporadas 4 y 5.”

Guggenheim no confirmó que los flashbacks sean de Olicity, pero considerando lo que Stephen Amell dijo de todas sus escenas en el episodio, puede asumirse que es así.

Podéis esperar a ver el episodio a principios de Mayo.

http://tvline.com/2017/04/06/the-walkin ... even-yeun/

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NotaPublicado: Sab Abr 08, 2017 1:58 am
por Shelby
- Revelados el título y créditos del episodio 5.23:

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El productor Marc Guggenheim ha desvelado en su cuenta de twitter los créditos y el título del episodio 5.23, el episodio de la season finale) que empieza su producción:


https://twitter.com/mguggenheim/status/ ... -return%2F

El episodio 5.23 se titula "Lian Yu". Está escrito por Wendy Mericle & Marc Guggenheim, y dirigido por Jesse Warn.

Re: "ARROW" Nueva serie de la CW para TV basada en Green Arr

NotaPublicado: Mar Abr 11, 2017 12:39 am
por Shelby
- Nuevas imágenes y videos bts de la S5 (10 Abril - 08 Mayo 2017):

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(@stephenamell: Desperate times call for desperate measures. Welcome back @manubennett
@mguggenheim: Today seems like a good day to tweet this...
@JulianaHarkavy: Cheers, @officialrickg! #Season6
@PeulBlackthorne: Pic taken by that fine man @officialrickg #Arrow
@StephenAmell: I spent 5 seasons shooting flashbacks with @JamesBamford & all we got was this stupid t-shirt
@JulianaHarkavy: T minus 7 days
@StephenAmell: I'm wrapped on #ArrowSeason5 -- 'See you on the boat.'
@officialrickg: Season 5 is in the can. This stunt team deserves a military salute emoji. Episode 19-23 is a ride. Enjoy
@JulianaHarkavy: Most terrifying difference btwn working w @aud_anderson on #Arrow vs #TheWalkingDead is actually not zombies but @StephenAmell photo bombs
@JulianaHarkavy: On #Arrow Weds. be a superhero 4 some1 else. Whether u pay 4 a stranger's coffee or pay a compliment, ain't nothin' more powerful than l.u.v.
@CodyRhodes: 'Friendly' reminder that Sampson is back! ARROW this Wednesday 8-7c on The CW)



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NotaPublicado: Mié Abr 12, 2017 3:01 am
por Shelby
- Katrina Law regresa a la S5 de "Arrow" para una batalla épica entre Nyssa y Talia al Ghul:

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Otra cara familiar regresa a "Arrow".

EW ha sabido en exclusiva que Katrina Law repetirá en su papel como 'Nyssa al Ghul' en múltiples episodios que culminan en una épica lucha entre Nyssa y su medio-hermana Talia al Ghul (Lexa Doig) en el próximo final de la S5.

Law, quien actualmente protagoniza la serie de la CBS "Training Day", apareció por primera vez en la season 2, donde los espectadores descubrieron que cuando Sara (Caity Lotz) abandonó la isla, se unió a la League of Assassins y tuvo un romance con Nyssa, la hija más pequeña de Ra’s al Ghul (Matt Nable).

Talia, mientras tanto, no apareció hasta la season 5, cuando se reveló que ayudó a entrenar a Oliver (Stephen Amell) en Rusia — pero también entrenó a su enemigo Prometheus (Josh Segarra) después de saber que Ollie mató a su padre. Talia había dejado hace tiempo la League para crear su propio culto de guerreros después de que se diera cuentta de que su padre nunca la dejaría ser la Cabeza del Demonio.

Desde la introducción de Talia, la eventualidad de una épica batalla entre el dúo ha sido algo muy anticipado. “Son lo suficientemente cercanas y lo suficientemente diferentes que me encantaría, en algún momento, hacer una historia con Nyssa y Talia,” le comentó anteriormente Marc Guggenheim a EW.

http://ew.com/tv/2017/04/11/arrow-katri ... ssa-talia/?

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NotaPublicado: Jue Abr 13, 2017 1:57 am
por Shelby
- Juliana Harkavy habla sobre su 'Icónico' papel como Canary y el posible regreso de Black Siren (TVLine):

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Juliana Harkavy habla sobre su 'Icónico' papel como Canary y el posible regreso de Black Siren
Por Matt Webb Mitovich / 12 Abril 2017, 3:56 PM PDT

When The CW’s Arrow resumes Season 5, it will be all hands on deck as Oliver & Co. set out to find Adrian Chase aka Prometheus, who brutally bested his WITSEC detail upon realizing his jig as a mild-mannered D.A. was up.

Now among Team Arrow’s hodgepodge of assets is Dinah Drake, who slowly but surely has assumed the role of Black Canary (about a year, in real time, after Laurel Lance’s tragic death). TVLine spoke with newcomer Juliana Harkavy about whipping herself into crimefighting shape, the secret to the Canary Cry, Dinah’s dynamic with her teammates and the prospect of a showdown with her predecessor’s devious doppelganger.

TVLINE | When did your journey to Arrow begin? And what did it involve?
It began in October, and it was a really quick process. It was basically an audition on Tuesday, the callback was Wednesday, and at 4am Friday I had a car pick me up to take me to Vancouver. I had just moved back to L.A., so it was all sort of a whirlwind when it all did happen.

TVLINE | Did they tell you that your character ultimately would be inheriting the mantle of Black Canary? Which is kind of a big deal.
After I booked it, they sort of told me everything that the role entailed. I had no idea that it was this big or this iconic or this epic, so it was very exciting when I found out. I had no idea going in.

TVLINE | Caity Lotz of course brought dance and some martial arts skills to the role, and Katie Cassidy was no stranger to the gym during her run. Do you bring anything innately physical to the table?
Well, I was always an athlete; my grandfather and my dad are basketball players, and I played sports my whole life. I have done dancing as well. Not really much martial arts, but I felt confident in the gym. And when I got here, they instantly started to teach me all the techniques and put me with trainers…. But I did feel confident, physically, going in.

TVLINE | Had you ever thrown a punch in your life? Smacked somebody?
No. [Laughs] I joke but I’m sort of serious: I’ve always wanted to get into a fight. I know that sounds horrible, but I always had the desire to see what it’s like. There’s something that seems so fulfilling about punching somebody. It’s good that I got this role, so I don’t end up hurting anyone for real. [Laughs]

TVLINE | How has your fitness regimen changed since joining Arrow? I cruised your Instagram, and you seem to have a healthy perspective on the whole thing, how it’s not about being “skinny” but “strong.”
That’s exactly right. One of the things that happened after I got this job and learned I’d be training and learning bo staff, is they said, “We don’t want you to be skinny. We dont want you to lose weight and restrict food.” Bam, our stunt coordinator [James Bamford], has been my biggest supporter when it comes to that. He said, “I would almost rather you have no neck because you’re so muscular than come to me and be unhealthy because you’re trying to be skinny. Superheroes have muscle, they’re strong. You don’t have to worry about a number on a scale.” From that moment on, it wasn’t stressful, it wasn’t like I have to work out because I have look a certain way. It was because I want to be strong, I want to be a superhero, to be able to stand up there with these big guys. It’s been probably the most healthy I’ve felt, because mentally I feel healthier as well going into it.

TVLINE | I liked one photo you shared, showing off your new lats….
Thanks! I’m working on it. It’s just so fun to wake up in the morning and have new muscles on your body. It does make you feel like a bigger, better version of yourself.

TVLINE | Now a couple of months into your run, how would you describe Dinah’s relationship with Oliver, with Diggle?
I think that these are the people she’s allowed herself to get closest to in a very long time. This is the first group that she’s allowed herself to be vulnerable with. Oliver was the one who sought her out and let her in, so her connection to him in particular is a special one. She has a particular fondness for Oliver — not in a romantic way, but as a partner. And with Diggle, he’s the second in command, and that appeals to Dinah. She likes to sort of team up and go on runs with him. He’s a competent fighter and so is she.

TVLINE | It’s kind of like whereas Oliver brought Dinah in, Diggle has been the one who got her settled in and showed her how to be a team member.
Exactly. That’s such a good way to put it. It’s a really nice dynamic, and it does make it feel like a big family where we’re all working together and helping each other.

TVLINE | Well speaking of “family,” I almost feel like Dinah is a smart-ass big sister to Rene and Curtis.
[Laughs] For sure. I think Dinah is sort of used to being “one of the boys,” so she’s not afraid to tease them or play with them a bit and mock them. That’s definitely part of her character.

TVLINE | Burning question: On set, are you actually screaming when doing the Canary Cry, or just popping open your mouth?
That’s a good question. In the shot that you’re talking about (right), I was definitely just mouthing it. A silent scream. But when we’re fighting and it already has that energy behind it, I will scream. You have to pick and choose your screams so you don’t blow your voice out.

TVLINE | I think it was Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s Chloe Bennet who said that it’s almost ridiculous to watch the filming of such scenes without the effects, where Daisy is just jutting her open palm at someone, looking angry.
It is! But one cool thing that they do on set is “blow people back.” So, nothing will come out of my mouth, but they’ll launch these dudes back like 15, 20 feet, which is really exciting. It does sort of feel like your really doing it in the moment.

TVLINE | Can we talk about the impracticality of Dinah’s wallet chain? I know it makes her look tough, but in close-quarters combat I’m just grabbing that and yanking her around.
[Laughs] You know, at a certain point it just gets annoying when you’re fighting dudes all day and you keep losing your wallet, misplacing your license. She’s over it. She’s a very practical, smart girl.

TVLINE | Whats the team’s next move against Adrian Chase? He just whacked the WITSEC guys and is now in the wind….
They’re on it. They’re on it. He’s in the wind, but something tells me that Team Arrow will find a way. They want to get him, and I hope that they do.

TVLINE | There’s been talk that the next episode (airing Wednesday, April 26) could just as well be titled, “Team Arrow vs. Team Felicity.” Talk about that a bit. How does that conflict manifest itself?
Felicity has a lot of really good ideas, and I think that she might want to exercise them — regardless of what the team thinks. Felicity is always helping out, she’s always doing what the team wants and she’s always a team player, but sometimes we have differences in opinion. She’s extremely intelligent, so…

TVLINE | Is this about Team Arrow and Felicity and the Helix kids having different ideas about how to get Adrian?
It does involve all of that, yeah. But it’s more than that. Helix is definitely involved in Felicity’s approach to how she thinks we can best catch Adrian Chase.

TVLINE | In photos, Helix is all uniformed up, Felicity herself has on a fetch cap…. Will there be a physical skirmish, or more a war of minds?
It’s going to be a bit of everything, because we have the whole physical aspect, where we’re obviously going to be fighting, while Helix is more into mental games. It’s going to be interesting. There are a lot of layers to the conflict.

TVLINE | And what can you tell me about the season finale? I heard Marc [Guggenheim] say it doesn’t even take place in Star City.
It does not. And it is epic. It is so much bigger than I thought, than I imagined it would be. It’s just amazing. When I read it, it almost felt like doing a film. It’s really exciting.

TVLINE | Does Dinah get to bust out any new moves? Are there any “firsts” for you as an actress over these last few episodes?
Yeah, there actually are! She’s coming into her own. She’s getting stronger, she’s getting better.

TVLINE | Katie Cassidy Arrow Season 6 Katie Cassidy Sirenof course is due back by season’s end, and will be a regular for Season 6. Safe to say we’re fated for a Black Canary/Black Siren face-off at some point?
I actually don’t know if a face-off is in store, but that would be epic!

TVLINE | Lastly, how do you feel your reception from the fans has been? They can be a pretty particular bunch, and yet I actually feel like they’re OK with you — which often can be the highest praise.
They are, they really are. They’ve been incredibly welcoming and accepting…. I didn’t know what to expect after I found out what this job was, because it was bigger than I realized. The fact that they have been so gracious has been a blessing, because this goes back a long time, this story and these characters. They’ve been wonderful.

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Re: "ARROW" Nueva serie de la CW para TV basada en Green Arr

NotaPublicado: Vie Abr 14, 2017 4:05 am
por Shelby
- "Arrow" promociona a Rick Gonzalez & Juliana Harkavy como regulares en la Season 6:

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Las cosas se están moviendo rápido en las series de superhéroes de la CW pero el Team Arrow se acaba de hacer un poco más sólido en la próxima 6ª temporada de la serie de Warner Bros. Television. Tras luchar en la batalla definitiva junto al 'Oliver Queen' de Stephen Amell en esta temporada, Rick Gonzalez y Juliana Harkavy han sido promovidos a regulares de la serie para el próximo año.

Gonzalez interpreta al muevo recluta en entrenamiento Rene Martinez/Wild Dog en Arrow mientras que Harkavy interpreta a Dinah Drake.El personaje de Harkavy ha ido de ser detective de policía,a convertirse en la nueva Black Canary en la serie producida por Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim, y Greg Berlanti.

Es una serie en donde han habido muchas interpretaciones de Black Canary, sin mencionar un mundo o dos alternativo. La Drake de Canary se ha hecho con el personaje poco a poco tomando el testigo de la superheroína tras la muerte de Canary Laurel Lance, interpretada por Katie Cassidy. Junto a esto, parece que la Season 6 verá una evolución más profunda de la relación de entre el algunas veces demasiado seguro de sí mismo Wild Dog y el Green Arrow de Amell

Entre los otros créditos de Gonzalez están el papel de Manny Marquis en Rush, y personajes invitados en Rosewood y Mr. Robot.

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