Lance (Paul Blackthorne) calls the Arrow (Stephen Amell) when another archer appears in town and starts skewering businessmen. Diggle (David Ramsey) uses A.R.G.U.S. to find the archer’s identity; he is a man named Simon Lacroix (guest star Matt Ward), who goes by the codename Komodo. However, the team hits a rough patch with the mission and gets help from a surprising source – Laurel (Katie Cassidy). Meanwhile, Oliver begins to worry that he hasn’t heard from Thea (Willa Holland), which forces Roy (Colton Haynes) to tell him the truth about why she left town. Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) pursues Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards). In the flashback, Maseo (guest star Karl Yune) tells Oliver that Amanda Waller has ordered his first kill. As Oliver looks down the scope of the rifle, he sees the target is his best friend, Tommy (guest star Colin Donnell). Despite her promise to her sister, Laurel debates sharing a secret about Sara (Caity Lotz) with Lance.
New outtakes from Kaite’s Institute Nagazine have been added to the gallery, check them out she looks amazing as always.
– Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes > 2014 > Set 005
OLIVER SEARCHES FOR AN IDENTITY BEYOND THE ARROW — With crime in Starling City at an all-time low thanks to the Arrow (Stephen Amell) and his team, Oliver thinks he can finally balance being both the Arrow and Oliver Queen and asks Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) out on a date. However, when a new villain (guest star Peter Stormare) emerges, who has claimed the name Vertigo from the recently deceased Count, Oliver is caught off-guard and someone close to him is hurt. Oliver and a newly suited up Roy (Colton Haynes) take on the Count. Meanwhile, Diggle (David Ramsey) becomes a father, Lance (Paul Blackthorne) is promoted to Captain, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) joins Arrow’s inner circle and Felicity gets a part-time job at a tech store to make ends meet. Also, Oliver fights to regain his company, Queen Consolidated, but comes up against a very worthy opponent – the charming Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh).
Here is a new clip from Kaite’s movie The Scribbler, And remember that The Scribbler is out tomorrow in some theatres and on itunes. And the Blu-Ray/DVD is out in October.
The first poster for the new season of Arrow is out now, I have to say its a step up from last years poster when she was put in the back, This time she is right by Oliver. I can see this year being a big one for Laurel and Katie.
– Arrow > Season 3 > Other > Poster
Arrow season two is not out till next monday in the UK but it is out tomorrow in the US and the Gag Reel is now out online for people to see. As soon as my blu-ray copy comes I will add all the bonus features and work on all the missing season two caps.
Katie Cassidy talks about playing a woman with Dissociative Personality Disorder and the trouble with lip piercings.
It was nearly two years ago that I visited the set of The Scribbler at Linda Vista Hospital in Los Angeles. Katie Cassidy was just about to begin filming “Arrow” after shooting the pilot. That’s how long it takes with indie films, and XLrator Media is releasing The Scribbler in theaters, VOD and iTunes on September 19. Based on the Dan Schaffer graphic novel, The Scribbler stars Cassidy as Suki, a woman with multiple personalities being interrogated about deaths at the halfway house in which she now lives. Suki’s story reveals a process known as the Siamese Burn which attempts to remove her alters, and one alter who uses Suki’s body to scribble messages backwards all over the wall. On the set, Cassidy was dressed in a skeleton costume which she wears for the second half of the movie, and took her lip ring out in between takes.
CraveOnline: I was wondering if you would have the lip piercing from the comic book, and you do. So you take it in and out in between takes?
Katie Cassidy: I do, because if you’ll notice, I started to get a little scab.
Are you tempted to fiddle with it?
Yeah, it’s actually become a habit, I think as a character and then me also in general. Off set, I’ll look for it and it’s not there.
Did you go after this film?
How did you hear about The Scribbler and how did you fight for it?
I read the script and fell in love with it, the character. I’d been looking to play a character like this for a while, so I called my agents, had a meeting with the director and producers. Prior to going to the meeting, prepping for it I obviously read up about Dissociative Identity Disorder and came in with my ideas and thoughts specifically on different scenes, on this character, on what I thought the character should look like, what I would do, actually sat down with somebody who had a multiple personality and just observe and learn as much as I possibly can. They were obviously impressed with my presentation on it and I got the offer.
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