Both Arrow Season 4 and The Flash Season 2 have devoted plenty of time to setting up 2016 spinoff Legends of Tomorrow already, and the 2015 crossover will directly delve into the new series’ many heroes and villains. During a recent set visit, Stephen Amell himself teased the format and setup of the two Arrow and Flash crossover episodes, calling the event “the pinnacle achievement for both shows.”
The Flash may not have been fast enough for his own panel at New York Comic-Con 2015, but the Scarlet Speedster brought plenty to the Legends in attendance. Get your best look yet at Zoom, new villains, heroes and more from The Flash‘s new Season 2 sizzle reel!
'Arrow's Season 4 premiere finally earned the moniker of "Green Arrow" in a confident debut, but what other 'Green' hero made an appearance? And what major mystery will take us into 'Legends'? Our full review!
The early scheduling of Comic-Con 2015 left Arrow without any Season 4 footage to show off at the big Superhero Saturday event. We've even seen a bit of Flash Season 2 in recent weeks, but Arrow Season 4 has at last debuted the motherlode with a full trailer. It's a new day in Star City, with a new look and a new name, and Legends will rise!
Arrow Season 4 has yet to debut any official footage (Creator Marc Guggenheim is hard at work on a trailer), but our latest check-in with Star City at least assures that all is well with Olicity. After speeding into the sunset last season, Oliver and Felicity look to be in good spirits with Arrow Season 4's first official photo.
For the past few weeks, the most interesting story going into WWE's SummerSlam event was definitely the tag team match that saw Arrow star Stephen Amell becoming the latest celebrity to step into the wrestling ring. Partnering up with the high-flying Neville, Amell was pit against Stardust, who has been laboring under the impression that Amell was, in fact, the real Green Arrow, Oliver Queen, with this whole "Stephen Amell" thing being a secret identity that fooled all of his viewers, and that his defeat of a superhero would allow him to take his place as pro wrestling's greatest supervillain.
If that sounds a little complicated, it is, but it was also pretty great. Last night, the match finally happened, and as you might expect if you're even slightly familiar with how celebrity appearances work in WWE, Amell and Neville got the win in a match that saw Amell diving from the top rope to the outside on both of his opponents to set up the victory.
In addition to all the Arrow Season 4 and Flash Season 2 teases of late, not to mention Legends of Tomorrow, The CW will spawn a fourth series of sorts in CW Seed’s animated Vixen series, premiering this Tuesday. We’ve seen a few tidbits of the new animated DC drama to star the likes of Stephen Amell, Grant Gustin and more, and now a hearty new featurette offers up a closer look.
Well I certainly had that one wrong. Yesterday, when WWE teased a "face-to-face confrontation" between Arrow star Stephen Amell and Stardust, the former Tag Team Champion who has been recently styling himself as a cosmic supervillain, I assumed that we'd get a minor physical altercation that would set up a match between Stardust and another pro wrestler. That is, after all, the way celebrity appearances usually go. What we got was something way, way better.
If you've been paying attention to pro wrestling, the King of Sports, then you may already know that WWE has been teasing a feud between Stardust, also known as Cody Rhodes, and Stephen Amell, the star of TV's Arrow, for a while. Now, it looks like they're taking the next step: With only a few weeks left until SummerSlam, the second-biggest show of the year for WWE, a preview for tonight's episode of Monday Night Raw has announced that Amell will be showing up for a "face-to-face confrontation" with the wrestler who has become his arch-nemesis via social media.
Sporting a brand-new comic-friendly suit in Arrow Season 4, as well finally assuming the moniker of Green Arrow, Stephen Amell will take the CW character ever-closer to his DC roots by the fall return. That said, Amell hilariously refuted a suggestion that we’ll ever see The CW’s Oliver Queen sporting the comic character’s famous facial hair.