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  • Reedus, Amell, Peters, Tyler Posey Among Top Celebrities To Attend Wizard World Portland, Jan. 23-25

    Nov 24
    posted by jess

    Wizard World, Inc. (OTCBB: WIZD) continues its 2015 schedule with its third trip to the Oregon Convention Center at Wizard World Portland Comic Con, January 23-25. Norman Reedus (“The Walking Dead,” Boondock Saints), Stephen Amell (“Arrow,” Hung”), Evan Peters (X-Men: Days of Future Past, “American Horror Story”), Tyler Posey (“Teen Wolf,” Maid in Manhattan), Lena Headey (“Game of Thrones,” 300) and the “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” duo of Ming-Na Wen and Brett Dalton headline the roster of celebrity guests scheduled to attend the pop culture extravaganza, the second event on Wizard World’s calendar of 24 Comic Cons in 2015.
    Fans of “The Walking Dead” are in for a particular treat, as, in addition to Reedus, numerous other stars of the smash hit series will attend the show. Michael Cudlitz, who plays “Sgt. Abraham Ford,” Sarah Wayne Callies (“Lori Grimes”), Steven Yeun (“Glenn Rhee”), Josh McDermitt (“Dr. Eugene Porter”), Michael Rooker (“Merle Dixon”) and Scott Wilson (“Herschel Greene”) are all scheduled.

    Amell, Cudlitz, Dalton, Headey, McDermitt, Peters, Posey, Reedus and Yeun will appear on Saturday and Sunday, while Wen will attend on Saturday only. Callies, Rooker and Wilson will appear all three days.


    Stephen Amell Dishes On Filming ‘Flash Vs. Arrow’ Fight!

    Nov 24
    posted by jess

    “Flash Vs. Arrow” is coming to The CW on December 2, and filming the episode, which features a fight between the two heroes, provided a new challenge for Stephen Amell.

    The “Arrow” star had to do quite a bit of slow motion acting for the big face off against Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen/The Flash, which occurs in the first episode (on “The Flash”) of the two-night crossover event.

    “There are a couple of different things when we’re fighting in ‘The Flash’ world that we do that we never do on ‘Arrow,'” Stephen told Access Hollywood on the black carpet at the special fan screening of the two episodes at The Crest Theatre in Westwood, Calif., on Saturday night.

    “We never do slo-mo in our fights with very, very, very rare exceptions and there are a couple of instances where I’m fighting Grant, but I’m fighting a digi-double, so I’m fighting nothing,” he continued. “So it’s a – I’m just glad that I’m comfortable in my own skin and I once played a hooker [on ‘Hung’] and was naked all the time, so nothing embarrasses me.”

    Stephen said he had some enjoyable moments filming the sequence, where he got to see The Arrow’s former fanboy in a new light.

    “It was actually fun when — we shoot a couple of scenes where Grant really gets in my face and Oliver is just standing there and he is just a blank canvas, and Grant’s flailing around and stuff like that and I loved it,” Stephen said. “I thought he did really well.”

    “Flash Vs. Arrow” airs December 2 at 8/7c on The CW. The second night of the crossover event, titled “The Brave and The Bold” takes place on “Arrow,” airing December 3 at 8/7c on The CW.

    3×13 Episode Title Revealed

    Nov 24
    posted by jess

    The episode will be called ‘Canaries.’


    Magazine Alert: TV Guide

    Nov 24
    posted by jess

    Stephen will be on the cover of TV Guide for the Arrow/Flash crossover.


    2015 Return Date

    Nov 20
    posted by jess

    The return date for the show is January 21st after it goes on break.


    Photos: Episode Stills from Arrow Episodes 6 and 7

    Nov 18
    posted by Holly

    I have added stills from episodes 6 and 7 to the gallery.

    Gallery links:
    Television Productions > 2012: Arrow > Season 3 > Episode Stills > 3.06 Guilty
    Television Productions > 2012: Arrow > Season 3 > Episode Stills > 3.07 Draw Back Your Bow

    Photos: Arrow 3.06 Guilty HD Captures

    Nov 16
    posted by Holly

    Captures of this weeks Arrow have been added to the gallery.

    Gallery Link:
    Television Productions > 2012: Arrow > Season 3 > Episode Screencaptures > 3.06 Guilty

    Stephen Amell Says Two Upcoming Arrow Episodes Are The Best Ever

    Nov 15
    posted by jess

    The man who plays Oliver Queen on Arrow says the best episodes in the show’s two-plus season history are coming up soon.

    Stephen Amell joined the Arrow After Show on theStream.tv Wednesday night to talk about this week’s new episode, “Guilty,” as well as what’s coming down the road. While he proved a master at staying away from spoilers, he didn’t hide his enthusiasm for a couple of episodes that are coming up soon.


    ‘Arrow,’ ‘The Flash’ Crossover Episodes: Date, Time, And Titles Released For Both Shows

    Nov 8
    posted by jess

    Fans have been getting excited about “The Flash”-“Arrow” crossover episodes on the CW, but aside from the knowledge that the special event will fall on the eighth episode of both shows’ current seasons, viewers have been left in the dark about exactly what the date or schedule of the episode (or episodes) will be. Well, not anymore. TV Line has reported the date and episode titles of both shows’ crossover fun.

    Apparently, the two-hour crossover will take place on two separate nights, not as a combined episode. Although fans knew a two-hour crossover was coming, the actual format of the event was a little unclear, especially since an off-week for “The Flash” means episode 8 of each show might not fall on the same week. Both shows will air their crossover episodes in the same week in their regular time slots. “The Flash” will go first with “Flash vs. Arrow” on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 8 p.m. EST, while “Arrow” will follow Wednesday, Dec. 3, with “The Brave and the Bold” at 8 p.m. EST.

    Fans don’t know what to expect from the universe-mashup fun, but “Arrow” producer Andrew Kreisberg recently hinted that “Flash vs. Arrow” will reveal a major secret about Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell). There has also been some crossover fun already this year as Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) paid a visit to Oliver in “The Flash” pilot, and Felicity Smoak (Emilt Bett Rickards) of “Arrow” spent an episode with Barry and S.T.A.R. Labs  in episode 4 of “The Flash.”

    Fans are still a month away from the crossover episodes, but luckily both shows will be airing episodes in the meantime to hold everyone over. “The Flash” airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EST and “Arrow” airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST, both on the CW.


    AFM: Susan Sarandon, Stephen Amell Circling ‘Whatever Makes You Happy’

    Susan Sarandon, Stephen Amell and Allison Janney are in talks to star in comedy Whatever Makes You Happy, based on the popular novel by William Sutcliffe about three longtime friends who visit their absent sons in New York City.

    Mandalay Pictures developed the comedy, which marks the feature directorial debut of TV writer/producer Cindy Chupack (Modern Family, Sex and the City). Cathy Schulman is producing, with Prescience Film Finance (The King’s Speech, Chef) coming aboard to co-finance.

    Radiant Film International is introducing the project to foreign buyers at the American Film Market.

    Sutcliffe’s novel tells the story of suburban mothers Helen, Carol and Gillian, who have been friends since their 28-year-old-sons were in grade school. Now, the boys all live in New York City, never call their mothers and seem to have no sense of direction or responsibility. Feeling marginalized and forgotten, the women impulsively decide to pay their children an unannounced visit in the city, only to discover that their sons’ lives may not be the only ones that need fixing.

    Chupack is scheduled to begin shooting in June 2015.

    “Cindy is well established around the globe as a trusted voice in the business of modern relationships, and she has surrounded herself with a world class cast and crew to make a top of the market character comedy that should become an instant classic,” said Schulman.

    David Frankel is executive producing alongside Matt Rhodes and Jason Michael Berman, with Elijah Kelley also in talks to join the cast.

    Nov. 6, 8:45 a.m. A previous version of this story incorrectly attributed Schulman’s quote. THR regrets the error.


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