It’s the crossover Arrow and The Flash fans have been waiting for since DC’s Legends of Tomorrow was first announced.
In a two-hour, two-night event, Team Flash and Team Arrow will combine once again to help introduce immortal threat Vandal Savage (Casper Crump), who will haunt the midseason spin-off, while also ushering in a new set of heroes: Hawkman (Falk Hentschel) and Hawkgirl (Ciara Renée).
When immortal villain Vandal Savage blows into town, it’s going to take more than heroes to take him down — it’s going to take legends.
Setting up DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash and Arrow crossover is slated to bring numerous heroes together to take on Vandal (Casper Crump).
Tom Amandes has joined the cast of Arrow as DC Comics villain The Calculator, EW has confirmed.
The Everwood and Eli Stone alum will appear in multiple episodes as Noah Kuttler, a criminal mastermind and technical genius who uses his advanced skills in computer scions and Internet manipulation to blackmail Roy (Colton Haynes) out of retirement to do his bidding, thus landing him on Team Arrow’s radar.
Who’s in the grave?!
It’s the question that has been plaguing Arrow fans since the show first teased that someone would get killed off in the new season. Save for a very brief scene in the season premiere that showed Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Barry (Grant Gustin) at a grave, with Ollie vowing to kill “him” over this death, we’ve yet to get any further clues as to who is actually six feet under.
You’re not alone. Even the cast has mostly been in the dark about who’s going to die. “It makes for a great work environment, doesn’t it? You’re on your best behavior,” star David Ramsey jokes. “It’s like I used to be late to set, now I’m not. I asked. I wanted to know. Is Diggle dead? Is it me? They didn’t tell me.”
“In terms of what we do, there’s really a death every season, to some degree,” Ramsey continues. “They’re offing people every year. It reminds me of when I used to do Dexter. I used to go to the back to the script and see if it’s me who dies. I haven’t done that yet. I don’t know who it is.” But Ramsey does have some theories. Check out his guesses on who will bite the big one below:
Colton Haynes is slated to return to Arrow in an upcoming episode, EW has confirmed.
With an episode aptly titled “Brotherhood,” Arrow has little use for subtlety in conveying its central themes of the week. It’s not going to lurk in the shadows demonstrating what the idea of brotherhood, both blood and bond, means to Diggle, Oliver, the soldiers on Lian Yu, and others. And there’s no reason to — just as Oliver ultimately decides it’s best to do battle in the broad light of day, “Brotherhood” decides to drive at the heart of its purpose with plenty of force.
The Legends of Tomorrow are here… today!
The CW has released a first look video of the Arrow-The Flash crossover, which will introduce many of the characters we’ll come to know, love and loathe over on the midseason crossover DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
We warned you that Andy was going to be returning to Arrow — we just didn’t say how.
“We’ll definitely be seeing Andy coming up in future episodes and we’ll get some pretty shocking answers about what happened to him,” executive producer Wendy Mericle recently told EW. According to the promo for this week’s episode, what happened to Andy (Eugene Byrd) is that he’s apparently still alive, but under the control of Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough).
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Wednesday’s episode of Arrow. Read at your own risk!]
We all knew Sara would be leaving for the Arrow-Flash spin-off DC’s Legends of Tomorrow eventually, but her exit came much sooner than expected during Wednesday’s episode of Arrow.
Now that Team Arrow knows that Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) is alive, they’ll do everything in their power to get him back. Of course, it’s easier said than done since Ray has landed in the web of Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough).
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