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    Thread: Arrow Ending After Season 8; Will Only Be 10 Episodes

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      ‘Arrow’ Casts ‘Flash’ Villain ‘Captain Boomerang’


      The CW has made no secret of just how confident they are in assembling famed DC Comics characters on TV, but it’s seeming more and more like Arrow fans – and Flash enthusiasts soon to join them – may be underestimating just how much the two shows will be overlapping their respective worlds. As one more piece of evidence, ‘Captain Boomerang’ – best known as one of the Scarlet Speedster’s enemies – is the latest villain confirmed for Arrow Season 3, with Nick Tarabay (Spartacus, Burn Notice) playing the part.



      The announcement is an exclusive of EW, claiming that Tarabay will be portraying the villain beginning with Arrow‘s seventh episode, but set to play a recurring role – including the Flash crossover event coming with the eighth episode of both series. Tarabay (having recently played a Klingon in Star Trek Into Darkness) follows his Spartacus alum Manu Bennett (a.k.a. Deathstroke) in giving Oliver Queen some sleepless nights.



      While the criminal moniker used by George ‘Digger’ Harkness may be less than terrifying, Boomerang has long been a member of The Flash’s Rogues Gallery, alongside villains like Captain Cold and Heat Wave. Even so, Harkness is being given a far more intimidating origin story thanks to Arrow‘s world of shadowy government agencies.


      Harkness will apparently be introduced as a former ARGUS operative – despite his comic book version, it seems he won’t be a member of Amanda Waller’s ‘Suicide Squad’ - who is out for revenge. No explanation yet on why a military operative would choose boomerangs as his weapon of choice, but martial arts and gadgetry are all but guaranteed.


      The die-hard “Flash” fans may be disappointed to hear that Digger Harkness’ trademark costume, Australian accent, and possibly even his role in the Rogues will be modified to fit the Arrow/Flash universe being formed, but at this point, anything is possible. Captain Boomerang also isn’t alone in being re-imagined, or co-opted by a fellow hero.



      Combine Harkness’ introduction with the increasing suspicion of seeing Firestorm villains populating The Flash, and The CW may be using any means necessary to get characters off the page and onto the screen. Just what endgame they’re building towards is still a mystery, but the network and showrunners know that they’ve got their fans’ attention captivated this Fall.



      Will you be tuning in to see how much of Captain Boomerang’s character is faithfully adapted, and how much is re-imagined? Or is The CW’s overall plan more interesting than the individual characters?
      Arrow Season 3 premieres October 8th, 2014 @8pm on The CW.


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      Source: EW

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      ‘Arrow’: Brandon Routh WILL Suit Up As ‘The Atom’

      It sounds like Arrow star Stephen Amell wasn’t speaking in hypotheticals when he said that The CW was in the process of creating a Justice League on TV, as the actor is set to star alongside Arsenal, Black Canary, and even Ray Palmer a.k.a. The Atom (Brandon Routh) in the show’s next season. To this point Palmer’s role has been restricted to his civilian identity; but Routh has confirmed that the showrunners are working on a costume for his superhero alter ego. And he’s already seen it.


      The revelation that Ray Palmer will eventually become The Atom may seem a bit obvious to comic book fans, but the Arrow showrunners have been careful to maintain that it’s Palmer’s corporate side which will shake things up for Oliver Queen. With the trailers for Season 3 introducing Palmer as a new head of Queen Consolidated – and existing head of Palmer Technologies – and potential romantic interest for Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards), it seemed possible that a rise to costumed crime-fighting could be a long way off.


      It may not be as long a wait as some had thought, as Routh revealed on The DJ Tanner Show (hat tip to ComicBook.com). According to the Superman Returns star, his second turn in costume as a DC Comics hero will be a different experience. But exactly when fans can look forward to seeing him suit up is something even he doesn’t know – yet:


      “It’s a totally different suit and I haven’t been in it yet, I’ve only seen some drawings. It’s a very different character and I really can’t say too much about what the suit’s going to look like. Just that it’s very different and I don’t believe there’s a cape, which doesn’t really surprise anybody if you’ve seen The Atom in the comics.”

      “They’re kind of waiting. Making it dramatic, I suppose. I’m not sure of the end date… we’ve filmed six episode so far, six of twenty-two, so there’s a long way to go yet.”

      Now fans can rejoice, as speculation over just what kind of costume lies in store can begin. In the comics, Palmer (and his many successors) have worn a number of specialized suits, ranging from classic skintight red and blue bodysuits, to full suits of armor. Since it’s hard to know exactly what technology is required when using a fragment of white dwarf star to shrink to the subatomic level… anything is possible.


      As painful as it is to wait (especially as Marvel ramps up promotion of their own shrinking hero, Ant-Man), fans can take solace in the implication that Routh will sport the super-suit in Season 3. It’s worth warning that there’s a chance the suit could be held off until even farther down the road, possibly even on The Flash, since Palmer’s company has been teased in that series as well.



      The show’s producers have also teased that Palmer would one day take his interference with Oliver Queen’s life from his office to the streets of Starling City, but hinted that his role would largely be used to lighten the mood. And, quite possibly, inject some romantic competition where Felicity Smoak is concerned (as if Ollie and Barry Allen weren’t enough of a distraction):



      “It’s a cool opportunity; it’s a cool show with a huge following. They do a great job grounding the show. Having my character on there… he has a lot of different elements. I get to come on there and [do some] comedy in a pretty dark world. My character interacts with Felicity mostly in the episodes I’ve shot so far and it’s just a lot of fun.
      “I have a great time working with Emily. I think it’s going to add a whole new element to the show that I think audiences will like, whether they dislike Ray getting into the middle of the Oliver/Felicity relationship or not.”


      It’s nice to see that the minds behind Arrow are still intent on making Ray Palmer a worthwhile character alongside the established cast – not simply relying on his superhero credentials. If The CW really is looking to bring DC’s biggest heroes into a single TV universe (even outlandish ones like The Atom, or even Supergirl), then planning to spotlight their personalities first is a great sign. If a few love triangles crop up along the way, then all the better.




      We’ll keep you up to date as more information arrives, or The CW offers an official response to Routh’s tease. For now, it sounds like Ray Palmer’s graduation to full-fledged Justice League member will be several months away at the earliest.



      Will you be counting the days until he takes his share of the spotlight, or are you concerned that too many heroes might throw off The CW’s balance. Could a two-hero act work for both Arrow and The Flash? We’ll find that out soon enough.



      Arrow Season 3 premieres October 8th, 2014 @8pm on The CW.
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      Source: DJ Tanner Show (via ComicBook.com)

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      ‘Arrow’ Season 3 Won’t Revisit Superpowers; Ra’s al Ghul to Be More ‘Comic-Book-y’

      While Arrow season 1 was generally well-received, most fans would consider season 2 – which expanded the grounded and gritty universe by delving into superpowers, superteams, and more – to be the superior of the two. Not only did we get a Mirakuru-infused Deathstroke, we also met Barry Allen (and witnessed the accident that turned him into The Flash), the Suicide Squad, and the League of Assassins.


      Now, in advance of the series’ return, showrunner Marc Guggenheim is making the rounds to talk about what we can expect in season 3. If you guessed “less superpowers,” you were right!


      In an interview with CBR, Guggenheim talked about how season 3 would return to its grounded roots, saying:


      “We’re not really planning on revisiting superpowers or enhanced abilities during season 3. We are really returning to the show’s roots of a very grounded world where it’s very realistic. We may take occasional artistic license with things, but for the most part, everything is pretty well and truly grounded in real-life things and real-life science.
      “I think what people will find when they watch season 3 is that the operatic scope of season 2 didn’t really come from the presence of enhanced abilities or superpowers, it really came from the stories and the characters, and that stuff ain’t changing.”

      First of all, it’s worth noting that we know that there will be some superpowers in season 3, as there’s a big two-episode crossover between The Flash and Arrow – titled “Flash vs. Arrow” and “The Brave and the Bold,” respectively – in the first half of the season. So at the very least, Flash’s superpowers will be making a big appearance.



      But what about characters like The Atom? Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) has been cast as Ray Palmer, a.k.a. The Atom, and he even confirmed that we will be seeing him in his Atom costume at some point. But will we not see him wielding his shrinking superpowers? Will he just be walking around in a superhero costume acting like a regular guy – buying coffee, attending board meetings, et cetera? Or does Guggenheim not consider Atom’s powers to be “super” since they’re science-based?


      And then there’s Ra’s al Ghul. We know that he’s going to be the big bad of season 3 – he’s been referenced and hinted at for a while on Arrow – and we know that he’s being played by Riddick co-star Matt Nable. In the comic books, al Ghul is centuries-old, having preternaturally extended his life with the help of “lazurus pits.” Will this aspect of the character be brought to life on the show, or is it too unrealistic for a more “grounded” season?


      Speaking of Ra’s, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg spoke to EW about the villainous character and said a few things that seemingly conflict with the aforementioned more “grounded” approach to season 3. According to Kreisberg:


      “Now that the ‘Arrow/Flash’ universe contains people with powers and contains the Mirakuru serum, it gives us a bit more license to be a little more ‘comic book-y’ than certainly even Christopher Nolan set out to do.”

      More comic-book-y,” in this context, seems to mean “less grounded,” as Nolan’s take on the Demon’s Head was very much a grounded one. Even the name of the character’s nefarious organization was different and (arguably) more realistic: The League of Shadows.



      So how do you square these two comments? How will Arrow season 3 be more grounded, while Ra’s al Ghul will be less grounded (than he was in Batman Begins)? Will the Lazarus Pit make an appearance in the series? Will he have a more ridiculous look than Liam Neeson’s take on the character? We’ll have to wait to find out.


      Finally, Marc Guggenheim spoke a little bit about Arrow’s “new toys” in the upcoming season, saying:


      “He is going to get some new toys to play with. One of them is a new bow that looks identical to the old bow, but it does something that you’ve never seen before.”

      Hmm – it looks exactly like the old bow, but it does something we’ve never seen before. Maybe it’ll shoot a giant boxing glove? Then again, that doesn’t seem very grounded.


      What say you, Screen Ranters? Do you want Arrow season 3 to be more “grounded” or more “comic-book-y”?



      Arrow season 3 premieres October 8th, 2014 @8pm on The CW.
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      Sources: CBR & EW

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      Brandon Routh! I see another love triangle formin' ... lel.


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      ‘Arrow’s Deathstroke Will Return; Actor Supports ‘Ra’s al Ghul’ Casting

      Great comic book heroes tend to be shaped by great villains, and Arrow is no exception. With Season 2 of the series the show’s writers swung for the fences, pitting Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) up against one of the deadliest men in the DC Comics universe: Deathstroke a.k.a. Slade Wilson. With that supervillain now stepping aside for Ra’s al Ghul himself, actor Manu Bennett hints that fans haven’t seen the last of Deathstroke – not if the showrunners get their way, that is.


      Anyone who followed along with Oliver Queen’s battle against Wilson’s forces knows that the superhuman killer got what was coming to him. But even if Wilson ended up return to ‘the island,’ dwelling alone in an ARGUS super-max facility, he’s still left with a pulse. Not to mention one heck of a grudge.


      Since Deathstroke’s story is clearly far from over (and could have been ended if the showrunners wished), and fans know that a man like Slade Wilson should never be counted out, some fans have hoped for his return. When asked about the possibility by ComicBook.com, Bennett spoke candidly. While he may not have a return date set, those running the Arrow/Flash universe made their long term wishes clear:


      “Realistically, when we talk about storyline, they threw me into a really interesting place: Purgatory. You know, I’m left at the end shaking the bars, going ‘I keep my promises, kid.’ And I think I meant it. So I don’t think that they are just going to let that voice subside into the vast abyss… But at this stage, I don’t know. They said at the end of the season last year, they said: ‘Look, we want you back. We want you back.’ But there’s been no indication yet of how they’ll go about that at any point in time, right now.”


      It shouldn’t be too hard to see why (or how) Deathstroke could be brought back into future stories. The writers already introduced Amanda Waller’s team of criminal operatives (known to fans as the Suicide Squad), and while Wilson may have some solitary confinement ahead of him, a return in service to Waller would be in line with the comics. The bottom line: when a villain like Deathstroke is left alive promising revenge, it’s safe to assume the show’s writers have a plan.



      Regardless, the show’s producers have promised that Arrow Season 3 will feature fewer superpowers in favor of a more grounded approach. So if Deathstroke really will be returning, it won’t be immediately. And it may not even be to Starling City at all, with The CW confirming that more spinoff shows are being discussed.




      For now, Bennett seems pleased to hand the reins over to Matt Nable (Riddick), the man set to bring Ra’s al Ghul, leader of the League of Assassins to life. And it just so happen that Nable and Bennett are no strangers, having both worked on the Australian miniseries Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms):


      “I know that Matt Nable — who’s an Australian actor I worked with on the Sons of Anarchy kind-of-biker series [Bikie Wars] last year, maybe just the year before in Australia — just got cast as Ra’s Al Ghul. I mean this guy was playing the head of the biker gang that I was in. I was the tough guy in the biker gang, but he was the head. And he’s got such an intensity to him.
      “I don’t know man, if it ever comes down to him and me facing off in a scene… ‘whew.’ I mean Stephen Amell is really going to have to bring it to the fire at that stage. It’s going to be two Aussies, it’s going to be an Aussie and New Zealander… I look forward to that. Matt Nable is a great actor.”


      Since the minds controlling the future of Arrow have expressed their wishes to bring Bennett back, it seems inevitable for it to happen at some time. But a villain like Ra’s al Ghul – while not strictly ‘superhuman’ – isn’t one that is quickly dealt with either. And if The CW’s Deathstroke has anywhere near the same staying power as that of the comics, then he’ll be making life harder for law enforcement for years to come.
      Are you looking forward to a possible return of Deathstroke, or did you feel like the villain ran his course, and was right to make way for new antagonists? Does Bennett’s endorsement of Matt Nable raise your hopes for the TV version of Ra’s al Ghul?


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      Source: ComicBook.com

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      Brandon Routh’s ‘Atom’ May Move From ‘Arrow’ To ‘The Flash’?


      As some studios, writers or producers struggle to do one superhero justice these days, the production team behind both Arrow and The Flash seem to welcoming challenges (even more than those posed by their two DC Comics heroes). Launching The Flash alongside Firestorm seems risky enough, but with Arrow, even the likes of Arsenal, Black Canary and Ra’s al Ghul apparently aren’t enough. Adding a Justice League hero in Ray Palmer a.k.a. The Atom will open up even more doors for The CW’s shared universe, but it sounds like Arrow won’t be the show to feature Palmer’s superhero transformation.


      When Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) was announced to be bringing even more conflict(?) to Oliver Queen’s professional life, comic book fans knew that brilliant businessman Ray Palmer held more potential than developing yet another Arrow love triangle. Routh let the cat out of the bag himself by confirming that he had seen concept art of his upcoming Atom costume, but it seems the producers are now offering some intriguing responses.


      At a recent screening of Arrow‘s Season 3 premiere (hat tip to GreenArrowTV), executive producer Marc Guggenheim was asked about the showrunners’ plans for Routh’a Palmer, and if fans can hope to see him don his duds and get to shrinking in the near future:


      “I think anything is possible. My instinct is that if Ray Palmer’s going to shrink, he’ll probably shrink on another show.
      “With The Flash in existence, there’s no real compelling reason for us to do super powers on Arrow. We can bring characters to Flash to have super powers. We have plans for Ray that don’t involve shrinking, but our plans for Ray are actually really cool.”



      The producers have previously stated that after the super-soldier story line of Arrow‘s last season, they would be doing away with superpowers for the time being; so Guggenheim’s comments seem to reinforce that claim. But the fact remains: you don’t add Ray Palmer – or cast a leading man known to comic fans already – unless you intend to make use of his character’s unique abilities. So is it possible that Routh could shift from Arrow to The Flash, as Guggenheim’s comments seem to suggest? Or could a different plan be at work?


      With one crossover between both shows already under way (and from all reports, the cast and crew are having a field day with overlapping their characters), it could be possible to swap Ray Palmer from the grounded world of Arrow into the bleeding-edge science fiction of The Flash. But with Central City presumed home to both Barry Allen and Ronnie Raymond, the old adage that ‘three’s a crowd’ could raise some problems. So we have to ask: do one or more of those heroes have the potential to lead their own series?



      It’s possible that The CW could repeat a proven formula: seeing how viewers respond to Routh in his everyday identity, and gauge the demand for his Atom transformation along the way. If it’s high, then perhaps a trip to Central City could allow his character the freedom to delve into the fringe fiction that Arrow may seek to avoid (to differentiate its world from that of The Flash). At this point, it’s hard to know just how many DC Comics characters Warner Bros. is willing to put on TV.



      Of course, it’s just as likely that the showrunners expect to do away with either Ronnie Raymond or Ray Palmer before long – their respective shows are called Arrow and Flash, after all. That would seem like a shame to fans of either character, but at this point, The CW is on a roll. Who knows what kind of long shots they might be willing to take if the pieces start falling into place?


      Which path would you prefer? Does Routh have what it takes to lead his own series as Ray Palmer/The Atom, or would you prefer he stick to a supporting role with Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm? Sound off in the comments.



      Arrow Season 3 premieres October 8th, 2014 @8pm on The CW.
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      ‘Arrow’: Brandon Routh On The Atom Costume & Super Powers




      One of the most prominent additions to Arrow’s third season has been Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer, who fans of DC Comics will recognize as the alter-ego of The Atom. However, Palmer’s super-side – which entails shrinking powers – has been sidelined in favor of his corporate connections, especially to Queen Consolidated, the company formerly controlled by Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and his family. However, Routh did reveal that his character would eventually suit up as The Atom, though whether it will be on Arrow or the series’ spinoff, The Flash, was unclear.



      As previously said by the actor, The Atom’s shrinking abilities fall more in line with The Flash’s sci-fi tone than Arrow’s realistic crime dramatics. In a new interview with Routh, he teased the The Atom’s suit and powers, as well as his involvement with the superhero antics on Arrow



      While speaking with MTV News, Routh mentioned a flashback episode that Arrow executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg were thinking about when the actor joined the series. The episode could focus entirely on Ray Palmer or “just about the day that something happened in his life at the same time that it happened in other characters’ lives.”



      Routh also said that while his powers may not be used on Arrow, he would be happy to don a super-suit – one that it appears he’s already seen. Additionally, although Palmer may not have or use his powers as The Atom, he could still be involved in the action on the show in a “superhero-y” kind of way.


      Read Routh’s full quote:

      “Marc said that if the shrinking was going to happen, it’s more likely to be on ‘The Flash’. But I have no knowledge of a crossover or any of that. ‘Arrow’ is very grounded in reality, so nobody really has any powers. That is a challenging thing, to have you bring a character like the Atom in, with his trademark thing being that he shrinks… But just because he’s not shrinking doesn’t mean that he might not be doing something else, or be involved in some other kind of superhero-y way. I know that there is some type of suit thing happening, though I’m not at liberty to discuss much. But it looks cool, and I would be happy to wear it.”



      The actor’s comments are vague enough that they could be taken to mean any number of things for Arrow. For instance, a flashback in Palmer’s life depicting how an event already seen in the series affected his character could allude to the particle accelerator explosion in Central City — which was the jumping off point for The Flash - or either of the attacks on Starling City in the finale episodes of Arrow’s two previous seasons.


      Additionally, Routh’s “superhero-y” comment may refer to Palmer joining the Arrow’s cause in a behind-the-scenes role, similar to Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) or Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) before he became The Flash. However, it could also refer to Palmer’s campaign so far in season 3 to restore Starling City to its previous glory.



      In terms of what Routh confirms to be true, it seems to be little more than what we already knew: a suit for The Atom exists, Palmer will – at some point – wear the suit, but his powers probably won’t appear on Arrow. Considering Roy Harper’s (Colton Haynes) long progression from a kid in The Glades to Arsenal, it may be some time before we learn more concrete details about Palmer’s transition to The Atom.


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      Arrow continues on Wednesday with “Corto Maltese” @8pm on The CW; The Flash continues on Tuesday with “Things You Can’t Outrun” @8pm on The CW.
      Source: MTV News
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      Is Stephen Amell actually a bad actor or are those expressions intentionally masked in this show? Either way, it is rather senseless to have him scowl in the show all the time. That is just extremely poor direction if it's the latter.


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