Sometimes, abs really can make the world a better place, and Jared Padalecki and Stephen Amell are here to prove it.
While promoting a relaunch of his Represent campaign “Always Keep Fighting” — which helps raise money for charities promoting mental health awareness — Padalecki enlisted the help of his buddy Amell. See, they’re shirtless because it’s a T-shirt campaign, so clearly, they need to buy one (and so do you). Get it? But really, the lesson is simple: Look at them, love them, support them.
Arrow has been stocking up on new faces for its upcoming fourth season, but one casting caused a particular stir on Wednesday.
British actor Jimmy Akingbola has landed a recurring role as a DC Comics villain on The CW’s Arrow, EW has confirmed.
Echo Kellum has landed a recurring role on the upcoming season of Arrow, EW has learned exclusively.
Arrow has found its new big bad!
Neal McDonough has been tapped to play Damien Darhk is the fourth season of Arrow, EW has confirmed.
As first reported by TVLine, Darhk is described as a mysterious, cunning and sophisticated villain who was a rival to Ra’s al Ghul (Matt Nable). Now the leader of his own clandestine group, aka H.I.V.E., Darhk will prove a challenging foil for Arrow.
Comic-Con is in many ways about celebrating the fans of beloved movies and TV shows as much as the works themselves, so MTV continued its tradition of honoring those who fill Tumblr, Twitter, and more with their love during the second annual Fandom Awards.
The Hunger Games came out on top with the Fandom of the Year award, beating out 31 other nominees, including finalists Orange Is the New Black, Teen Wolf, and Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
The Arrow is getting a new suit!
Despite riding off into the sunset with Felicity in the Arrow finale, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) will once again be suiting up in the new season — but he’ll be doing so in brand new duds that show off his guns.
The new suit, which debuted Saturday night at Comic-Con, was created by Arrow’s resident costume designer Maya Mani, who also designed the super suits for Arsenal (Colton Haynes), Black Canary (Katie Cassidy), Speedy (Willa Holland) and Ray Palmer’s A.T.O.M. (Brandon Routh).
After defeating Ra’s al Ghul, Oliver Queen left Starling City to find his happiness with Felicity…except that wasn’t the series finale of Arrow. So, what will bring Oliver Queen back into the fold? This is just one of a number of questions we hope the Arrow cast and executive producers answer during Saturday’s Comic-Con panel. To prepare for the big event, EW is here to give you a refresher on where The CW super series left off:
The season 3 finale of Arrow saw Oliver Queen say goodbye to Starling City as he drove off with Felicity to find, well, happiness. But he didn’t leave his city without hope. Instead, he left it in the very capable hands of Laurel, Diggle, Ray, possibly Nyssa, and even Thea, who has officially inherited the Speedy costume.
Generally speaking, the stars of The CW are known for being—amongst other things—highly attractive. And considering the number of superhero and supernatural shows the network airs, most of them need great physiques as well as pretty smiles. After all, it’s hard to have a beer belly when your character is supposed to have a vampiric metabolism, or wears spandex and fights crime for a living.
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