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Peter Stormare will reprise his role as Vertigo in an upcoming episode of Arrow, EW has learned.
The Mountain Men have done a lot of terrible things to the Grounders, but none worse than when they turned beautiful Lincoln into a Reaper. Last week, in “Fog of War,” Octavia and Bellamy found and captured the flesh-eating version of Lincoln. Bellamy promised to take him “home” and fix him. It turns out that home to these kids is the Dropship, where they bring their leader to help.
Check out the exclusive clip to see how Clarke reacts to seeing Lincoln—and what the Mountain Men can truly do.
Though we still don’t have an answer to who would win in a fight between Arrow (Stephen Amell) and The Flash (Grant Gustin), Arrow fans will get to see whether Ollie can hold his own when he faces off against Ra’s al Ghul (Matt Nable) in the winter finale.
In last night’s Originals mid-season finale, not only did Klaus and Rebekah team up to defeat their mother, but Kol then trapped Rebekah in a witch’s body inside some sort of prison. And if that weren’t enough family drama, Mikael is back and he’s teaming up with Finn to take down, well, probably everyone.
EW hopped on the phone with Originals executive producer Michael Narducci to talk about where the show will pick up in 2015, the return of Cassie, and more.
During the second-half of The Flash‘s first season, Barry will face off with a tricky foe, and one he has fought before… sort of.
After a story leaked months ago that Reign was working on a rape storyline that involved Mary, fans immediately took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the idea. More than 1,000 viewers signed a petition hoping to stop the writers before they could film the scene. But in tonight’s penultimate episode, Mary was raped by a Protestant who entered the castle in a failed assassination attempt against Francis.
In a painful scene, one of the Protestants revealed himself to be the father of the minister who was murdered last week. And as payback, he decided to attack Mary while another guard held her down. As the title of the episode indicated, it was an act of war and one that will undoubtedly end with the Protestant’s death, particularly after Mary tasked Francis with the job of finding the men that did this to her.
But regardless of what happens next, we got Reign showrunner Laurie McCarthy on the phone to talk about the shocking twist and explain why the writers felt it was an important scene.
Comic book fans’ dreams are about to come true when two superheroes face off—no, we’re not talking about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Arrow‘s emerald archer and The Flash‘s scarlet speedster will face off during an epic two-hour, two-night crossover event.
But why, oh why, would allies Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) go toe-to-toe? You can thank comic book villain Roy G. Bivolo (Paul Anthony) for that. To get the scoop on the crossover event, EW caught up with executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg:
Laurel may be suiting up in a new Black Canary costume, but Arrow fans be warned: The novice is far from being a hero.
Even before the debut of The Flash, diehard fans had a pretty good idea about the show’s future uber villain. During Barry Allen’s (Grant Gustin) initial introduction on Arrow last season, the forensic scientist shared the tale of witnessing his mother being murdered by a blurry figure, a clear nod to DC Comics villain Professor Zoom, otherwise known as the Reverse Flash.
What’s more, when the spin-off began filling out its cast, Rick Cosnett was tapped to play Eddie Thawne, seemingly a play on the name Eobard Thawne, the alter-ego of Professor Zoom. If the producers hadn’t quite hit the nail on the head, the upcoming Dec. 9 episode is titled “The Man in the Yellow Suit.” In other words, we’ll finally see the Reverse Flash in the flesh, not just as a blur from Barry’s memory or a flash of yellow light threatening Joe (Jesse L. Martin) to drop the case or suffer the consequences.
“We’re building towards a confrontation between Barry and the Reverse Flash,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg tells EW.
CW’s Jane The Virgin is getting a dose of serious comedy cred: EW has learned exclusively that legendary comic Cheech Marin will guest star as abuelita Alba’s love interest. READ FULL STORY
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