Superhero TV Update – ARROW Episode “Broken Arrow” Promo, a stunts video, and Superhero Fight Club

ARROW Episode “Broken Arrow” Promo, a stunts video, and Superhero Fight Club

Check out Arrow’s episode 19, “Broken Arrow” extended promo shows a very intimate scene with Felicity and Oliver.  Wait, what?

We get another stunts video, this time of Black Canary vs. Vertigo

Check out the new posters of Arrow and Arsenal

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Katie Cassidy talks about crime fighting and relationships on the show

Out of almost everyone in Team Arrow, Laurel is the least experienced. Besides physical training, what are some things she’s had to learn about being a crime fighter?

Laurel has the drive and the ambition of a fighter but you’re right, she does lack skill. At one point she doubts herself and realizes that she may never be as good as her sister. Felicity reminds Laurel that she isn’t just doing this for Sara, but she’s doing this for what she truly believes in – for the good of Starling City. Laurel is also learning that getting knocked down just builds character and only makes her stronger. She has no fear and will do whatever it takes.

The Black CanaryWhat are some relationships that you would like to see “Arrow” further explore?

There are so many things that we could explore on Arrow! Our writers and producers are brilliant when it comes to exploring new facets of the characters relationships. I hadn’t worked much with Emily, David Ramsey or John Barrowman until this season. It has been a dream, so I am excited for the opportunity to work with them more. They are wonderful actors and so fun to be around. I’m also looking forward to working with Katrina Law more. That girl is one amazing woman and brilliant actor. She’s killing it. 


And check out this awesome Superhero Fight Club video, which features our awesome heroes from both Arrow and The Flash, including Stephen Amell, Grant Gustin, and Colton Haynes, but also some of our favorite villains, including the John Barrowman‘s Dark Archer, Matt Nable‘s Ra’s al Ghul, Wentworth Miller‘s Captain Cold, and Dominic Purcell‘s Heat Wave.


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