Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards and David Ramsey
Arrow fans are in for the ride of their lives as the ultimate showdown between Oliver (Stephen Amell) and the Dark Archer (John Barrowman), as well as the unveiling of the Undertaking, grows closer. Will Oliver be able to save Starling City? Will his identity be revealed? There are many questions before the series returns Wednesday (8/7 on The CW), which is why TVGuide.com sat down with both Amell and Emily Bett Rickards, who portrays go-to IT gal Felicity Smoak, to get the scoop on what's in store for the rest of the CW super series' season:
Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards, David Ramsey
Oliver Queen's big secret is just a little less secret these days.
Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards), Queen Consolidated's go-to IT gal, has joined the ranks of those in the know that the billionaire playboy (Stephen Amell) is actually the vigilante dubbed The Hood, otherwise known as Arrow's titular character. But there's a catch: She will only help Oliver and Diggle (David Ramsey) with matters pertaining to locating Walter (Colin Salmon). But considering Rickards was just promoted to series regular, it looks like she'll be joining the Scooby Gang full-time. How will that affect her relationship with Oliver? TVGuide.com turned to Rickards to get the scoop:
The CW has released trailers for its new fall series, including Beauty and the Beast and Arrow, as well as previews for midseason shows The Carrie Diaries and Cult. Check out the videos below.
Arrow stars Hung's Stephen Amell as the D.C. Comics superhero Green Arrow in this modern retelling of the legendary archer's adventures. Brothers & Sisters' Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim will executive-produce with The Vampire Diaries' Andrew Kreisberg. Katie Cassidy, Willa Holland, David Ramsey, Paul Blackthorne, Jamey Sheridan, Colin Donnell and Susanna Thompson will also star. Colin Salmon will recur. Airing Wednesdays at 8/7c.
Every once in a very long while, every day in a million days, when the wind stands fair and the Doctor comes to call... everybody lives.River SongAs promised, here is the abbreviated blog for this episode. For this week only I'll vary for my normal posting format.OK, right off the bat, wow! Another episode that makes up for some of those earlier misses this season. Although it seemed like the majority of the episode was set up to get us to that wonderful red herring of an ending (the Doctor leaving the diary & screwdriver behind with River lamenting via voiceover), oh WHAT AN ENDING (voiced like David Tennant's outbursts)! So many ideas, themes and philosophical concepts have been packed into this episode (with ideas carried over from part one), that I literally have no idea where to begin. Hmmm. OK, we might as well hit the main one that stood out to me then expand from there.Existentialism As the young girl watches her television in the beginning, she mentio...
If you want to live, count the shadows.Courtesy node 710/AThe episode opens with a little girl describing an experience she is having in her mind to her therapist and her father. She is floating through a great, seemingly world-wide library that is devoid of people. As she floats down through an exterior opening into a room, there is a great banging on the large wooden doors that lead into the room. Suddenly, the Doctor and Donna burst in, slam the doors shut behind them and approach the little girl.Although we do not realize it at the time, after the credits we flashback to the moment when the TARDIS lands at The Library in the 51st Century. The facility is actually a great library on a planetary scale. As the Doctor/Donna explore the stacks, they come to realize that other than themselves, no one is there. In fact, according to the internal sensors, they are the only two humanoid lifeforms in The Library. Another scan reveals one million million other lifeforms. ...
Question: Has Julian McMahon ever been in the running to be the next Bond? He's the only actor I can think of who'd be as perfect a fit for the role as Pierce Brosnan.Answer: The legendary search for Scarlett O'Hara has nothing on the quest for Bond, James Bond. Julian McMahon, the charismatic, Australian-born star of TV's Nip/Tuck has been mentioned as a candidate for the role in the upcoming Casino Royale and, presumably, the next several entries in the 007 franchise. But as far as I can tell, just about every handsome, athletic English/New Zealand/Scottish/Welsh/Australian actor in the 30-40ish age range has been proposed for the part. The candidates have included Australians Hugh Jackman