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‘Arrow’ to the Heart: Mark Guggenheim Releases Deleted Season 2 Kissing Scene

22 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Arrow’ Bosses on Oliver Surprise: It “Changes the World Forever”.

Team Arrow learned the sad truth about Oliver’s (Stephen Amell) demise at the hands of Ra’s Al Ghul (Matt Nable). It’s been a long journey for Katie Cassidy to don the Black Canary suit on , which she will finally do in tonight’s midseason premiere after a three-year wait. “I was definitely disappointed, because it was something that I was really looking forward to,” Cassidy says of learning it would take Laurel a bit of time to become the Black Canary. Unbeknownst to them, Oliver is alive (if not well). “We we sat down and said ‘what can we do to make these episodes epic?’ ” Kreisberg tells The Hollywood Reporter. “These three episodes are a trilogy essentially of what happens in Starling City when the world thinks Oliver Queen is dead, and it allows every character on the show to rise or fall, depending on the circumstances they find themselves in.” Key word: “thinks” he is dead.

Don’t worry. “I don’t think the audience is wondering whether or not he’s really dead,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg chimes in. “It’s wondering how he’s going to come back. Of course fans can recall that Oliver Queen seemingly fell to his death in the fall finale of the series and teasers for the new episode shows his lifeless body being dragged from where it landed. It took Oliver five years on the Island and everything he went through.” But now, after hitting “rock bottom” in season two and the death of her sister Sara (Caity Lotz), the Canary, Laurel is ready to take over the responsibilities that come with the black leather jacket. Sunken Ship Rescue Salvage crews attach large air tanks to the port side that will provide buoyancy when the Costa Concordia is towed away from the island. (Photo: Windfall Films) The physics of large ships are a mystery to many, from how they float to how they could sink.

The answer to that question is really revealed over these next three episodes, which were designed to be a trilogy of what happened to Oliver Queen and what happens to Starling City and its heroes when their leader and their inspiration isn’t there to guide them anymore.” First, however, the team will actually have to find out the truth that their leader has fallen. “We’re shocked and pissed when we get that news from Malcolm Merlyn [John Barrowman],” David Ramsey says, noting that Diggle will suit up in the Arrow costume while Oliver is gone to keep up the guise that their vigilante hero is still protecting the city. Next week’s new episode “Midnight City” will continue what is in some ways the “Brick Trilogy.” He will continue to be the Big Bad for the time being, and she will will be potentially in hot water over how desperate she is to fight crime. But who is the person who is taking Oliver’s body? (Photo : YouTube ) Arrow season 3 episode 10 marks the midseason premiere of the hit CW series this week.

But once they realize Oliver is dead, the decision to keep Team Arrow going will not be unanimous. “This has been Oliver’s crusade for three years and now it’s ours. In case you have not seen the official synopsis for this hour already, take a look at it tomorrow: “Arsenal (Colton Haynes) and Diggle (David Ramsey) confront Laurel (Katie Cassidy) about trying to step into her sister’s shoes and warn her to stop before she gets herself killed. Tonight on this music-driven soap, the Lyons head to Philadelphia to get a glimpse of what life might have been like had Lucious not become a star — a success built on Cookie’s efforts. However, when Brick (guest star Vinnie Jones) kidnaps the city’s Aldermen and threatens to kill them all unless the police evacuate The Glades, it’s all suits on deck.

Some were pessimistic Oliver was dead for good, while others simply point to Ra’s Al Ghul’s comic book history as evidence that Oliver will return from the dead. Meanwhile, Ray (Brandon Routh) steps in to help Lance (Paul Blackthorne) and the police force fight Brick, showing Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) a new side of her boss. A shot of a mysterious figure approaching Oliver’s body, followed by the revelation that Maseo (Karl Yune) and Katana (Rila Fukushima) had orchestrated Oliver returning to life will certainly send fans into a frenzy, just as when Oliver died. “My Facebook page blew up. The team looks up to him to a certain degree,” says Ramsey, who adds the team respects his military experience as well as his emotional maturity. “We’re trying to pick up the pieces and do exactly what he’s done, but there are four of us.

We do, by the way, fight crime without him, and it ain’t pretty.” “Obviously Felicity [Emily Bett Rickards] is heartbroken,” Colton Haynes adds. “Roy kind of plays it differently. Even beyond this sort of trilogy, the repercussions of Oliver’s actions are felt throughout the rest of the season,” says Kreisberg. “It’s that moment that really changes the world of Arrow forever. Then, in an exciting twist of events, Oliver was pitted against the Demon’s head and unfortunately for him, he ended up getting stabbed through the chest and pushed off a cliff.

Because it’s a very strong suit, how can we make this a little bit more feminine?” And Cassidy reveals she was even more involved when it came to the Black Canary’s hair and make-up. tested out five looks, the first of which “they let me do whatever I wanted. As for Laurel’s sleeker, platinum blonde wig, Cassidy explains, “I begged them, ‘Please don’t make me wear a curly blonde wig.’ Because the Canary had that and I just wanted Laurel to be more sharp and modern. If anybody can handle more loss, I feel like Laurel could because she’s an incredibly strong character.” Adds Kreisberg: “What Laurel very clearly lacks in skill, she makes up for in grit and determination. You will certainly see him in flashbacks,” Guggenheim said. “In fact, Episode 10 has, I think, some of the most intense flashback action we’ve ever had.

Just strong.” And while the producers originally didn’t go for her preferred look, Cassidy says, “We went in and pled our case, and were like, ‘Look, it’s a masculine outfit.

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