Here’s a few interviews that Stephen did for Comic Con. I will edit this post when I find more!
oday, Stephen Amell sat down at a table of Comic-Con journalists wearing a hat with The Flash logo emblazoned on it.
That is to say, the “Arrow” star is feeling pretty cozy about his show’s crossover potential in its third season, as “The Flash” kicks off its first this fall.
“Consider that for a second, my first Comic-Con was in 2012 and I was here and there was one comic book TV show that was about to be on air and it was us,” Amell told HitFix. “There are five DC properties on television this fall. The fact that we are able to talk about crossovers is because — and, granted, 99% of it is ["Flash" actor] Grant Guston — we took a character that people really identify with in Barry Allen and boom. Got his own show.”
Amell mentioned that he’ll be showing up in “The Flash” pilot, during a big two-night crossover event for the two shows, saying that crossovers are “one of the things you want to happen on TV as a viewer, as a fan.”
“I actually came up with an idea for a crossover on ‘The Flash’ that’s going to be much less publicized, and you’ll know it when you see it, and remember that it was my idea,” he laughed, teasing that “a character that we have met in Starling City is going to appear in Central city, we know they’re there, and they’re gonna reference something that teaches us an Arrow lesson. K?”
So obviously Amell is super-pumped about crossovers. How about the new addition to the “Arrow” cast Brandon Routh, who plays Atom?
“[Routh] is funny, I found myself in our first scene together, he’s giving this big speech and I found myself giggling. As Oliver I was pissed but in my head I was giggling a little bit. He’s great, super professional and it’s an element to the show we haven’t had before. It keeps everything fresh.”
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In case you missed the livestream at nine this morning, you can view the entire Q&A below! Stephen did a wonderful job and I absolutely love how he engages with fans.
As previously announced, Nerd HQ would be livestreaming the Q&A with Stephen Amell. Make sure to go to Nerd Machine’s TV Youtube channel at 9 am to catch it!
I have added various images of Stephen at Comic Con to our gallery. Thanks to Kieran for some of the images.
Appearances and Events > 2014 > Warner Bros. Television’s Comic-Con Cocktail Media Mixer
Appearances and Events > 2014 > “Arrow” Comic Con Panel
Appearances and Events > 2014 > “Arrow” Comic Con Signing Booth
Appearances and Events > 2014 > Microsoft VIP Lounge At The Hard Rock Hotel
Appearances and Events > 2014 > Playboy And A&E’s “Bates Motel” Event During Comic-Con Weekend
If you’re like me, you couldn’t make it to Comic Con for whatever reason, but thanks to Nerd Machine, you can still catch the special sold out Q&A with Stephen Amell on Sunday at 9 am! They will be streaming the panel (as well as others) on their youtube channel which you can view right here! Below you can find out what time the Q&A will start and you can view all the panels Nerd Machine will be televising here
Stephen Amell Q&A – 9 A.M
For those not lucky enough to attend this week’s Comic-Con, you got a second chance to see Arrow’s Stephen Amell as earlier today tickets went on sale for “A Conversation with Stephen Amell” set for Sunday, July 27th at 9am PST taking place outside of Comic-Con at Petco Park.
The only problem is that tickets sold out just as soon as they went on sale, and judging from the comments, fans aren’t too happy.
The good news is that you will not miss the panel as Stephen Amell has taken to his Facebook page to calm the masses by stating the event will be streamed live for the world to see.
“I’m doing a Nerd HQ Panel Sunday morning at 9 am. Because if you’re going to get up early on a Sunday morning, I’M A GREAT REASON!!!”
Added in the comments:
Important note… This panel will live stream via the internet to all of planet earth.
Last week, Warner Bros. Entertainment unveiled all of their plans for the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con which includes the “Night of DC Entertainment,” an event on Saturday July 26 that will feature the pilots for “Gotham,” “The Flash,” and footage from the third season of “Arrow” as well as NBC’s “Constantine.” Now, it has been revealed that Oliver Queen himself Stephen Amell will preside over the events and serve as the Master of Ceremonies. You can read the full press release on the announcement below.
While it may be possible to throw a great party without the assistance and backing of a billionaire playboy, Warner Bros. Television (WBTV) and DC Entertainment (DCE) are taking no chances, with Starling City’s favorite vigilante-turned-hero stepping out of the shadows and into the limelight, temporarily putting down his bow in favor of picking up a mic: Arrow star Stephen Amell (Twitter: @amellywood) has been tapped to serve as master of ceremonies when Warner Bros. Television Presents A Night of DC Entertainment on Saturday night, July 26, at Comic-Con 2014.
As previously announced, WBTV and DC Entertainment are teaming up for a three-hour (8:00–11:00 p.m.) special event in Hall H designed for DC Comics fans and featuring some of DC Comics’ greatest characters. Amell will preside over the world premiere screening of Gotham and the complete pilot screening of The Flash, and will give fans a look at footage from the Constantine pilot and a sneak peek at season three of Arrow. He will also introduce select stars and producers from each of the four series.
In “Arrow,” Stephen Amell plays Oliver Queen, who returned home to Starling City after being gone for five years, during which time he suffered unimaginable ordeals. With a mysterious agenda and armed with a new set of skills, Oliver moonlights as the Arrow, a crime-fighting hero looking to clean up the streets of his city. Joined by his team — John Diggle (David Ramsey), Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) and Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) — Oliver protects the people he loves, becoming a beacon of hope for the city’s most vulnerable, and a weapon of justice against those who prey upon them. Arrow returns for season three on October 8, airing Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW.