OLIVER IS VISITED BY GHOSTS FROM THE PAST — After a fight with Cyrus Gold AKA the Acolyte (guest star Graham Shiels), Oliver (Stephen Amell) is drugged and left for dead. Determined to cure him, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) makes a risky decision. The cure causes Oliver to hallucinate, and what he sees forces him to confront his past. Meanwhile, Barry (guest star Grant Gustin) continues to help Felicity, and their connection grows stronger. The Arrow asks Lance (Paul Blackthorne) to look into Gold, but when the stakeout on Gold goes bad, someone is killed. Roy (Colton Haynes) is captured and tortured by Brother Blood (guest star Kevin Alejandro). John Behring directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kresiberg and teleplay by Geoff Johns & Ben Sokolowski (#209).
The very first one-sheet for The Scribbler from director John Suits has arrived, and it definitely has a new slant on things. Check it out to see what we mean, and look for more on this one as soon as we get it!
The Scribbler, stars Katie Cassidy, Garret Dillahunt, Michelle Trachtenberg, Eliza Dushku, Gina Gershon, Michael Imperioli, Billy Campbell, Sasha Grey, Ashlynn Yennie, Kunal Nayyar, and T.V. Carpio.
The Scribbler concerns Suki (Cassidy), a young woman confronting her destructive mental illness using “The Siamese Burn,” an experimental machine designed to eliminate multiple personalities. The closer Suki comes to being “cured,” she’s haunted by a thought… what if the last unwanted identity turns out to be her?
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When I shot Katie Cassidy for a fashion spread in Gotham magazine a few years back, it was clear the girl had good taste. Among the myriad of PYTs hanging on the stylist’s rack, Cassidy made a beeline for a polka-dotted Jason Wu strapless frock with lace trim. Even with eye candy like actor Patrick Heusinger and restaurateur/sommelier Joe Campanale flanking her, Katie still dominated the editorial.
Catching the latest episode of the CW’s Arrow, I see not much has changed. As of late, however, she’s put that style savvy to good use, launching her very own fashion site, TOMBOYKC.com. I caught up with Cassidy to learn more.
Julie Bensman: Congrats on the launch of site! How did the idea come about?
Katie Cassidy: My girlfriend, Lynsey, and I loved the concept that fashion could be more than one thing. She and I both have the same pieces in our closets; we just wear them different ways. We believe in mixing highs and lows — I think a lot of women identify with that. Wear what you want, as long as you feel confident. Personal style should be just that: personal. As for me, I guess I’ve always had this attitude about fashion where I don’t give a shit what people think about what I’m wearing. It’s my creative outlet.
JB: How is your character’s style on Arrow similar to your own?
KC: Laurel is a strong, independent, smart, working woman who wears her heart on her sleeve. I feel like I can identify with her more then any other character I’ve played. She’s honest and has a good heart, but she’s tough.
JB: When not acting, how do you like to spend your free time?
KC: Shopping. Writing. Shopping.
JB: What would we be surprised to know about you?
KC: I go to bed very early. It’s been an ongoing joke between my close friends. When they ask me to go out, my response is usually, “I would love to, but you guys don’t go out until like 10 p.m. That’s so late!” I can’t help it.
JB: I hear you, girl. Which items do you never leave the house without?
KC: My Clinique chubby stick.
JB: What’s the best style advice you’ve ever received?
KC: You basically want to look like it’s accidentally brilliant. Like, oops, I picked all this random shit off the floor and threw it on with a topknot while rushing out the door… and it’s somehow genius.
JB: If you could wear one outfit for the rest of your life, what would it be?
KC: A chunky, oversized sweater; tee by Alexander Wang; beat-up J. Brand jeans and a rad pair of sneakers. I’d also probably have a pair of stilettos in my Celine handbag.
JB: What’s the last thing you Googled?
KC: “Tom Ford Career Path.” I’m trying to educate myself!
I have added images of Katie from Regard Magazine from February of this year and two shoots. Thanks to a href=”http://janel-parrish.org”>Renee I have HQ images from her Bello magazine shoot and I also added iamges from her Sharp spread to the gallery!
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Magazines & Photoshoots > Magazine Scans > Regard – February 2013
Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen is set to find himself going up against a plethora of DC villains in season two of the hit superhero show Arrow, and now we can add another to the ever-growing list with Screen Crush reporting that Dylan Neal (Dawson’s Creek, Percy Jackson) set to join the cast as Dr. Anthony Ivo.
According to the site Arrow’s version of Ivo will debut in Ollie’s island flashbacks and “will emerge as a brutal but ruthless scientist who will stop at nothing to unearth a breakthrough that dates back to the latter days of World War II.” He will make his first appearance in the fifth episode ‘League of Assassins’, kicking off a four-episode story arc, with the possibility of returning later down the line.
Several familiar faces from the DC Universe have been added to the cast of Arrow for season two, including include Grant Gustin (Glee) as The Flash, Cynthia Addai-Robinson (Spartacus) as Amanda Waller, Summer Glau (Firefly) as Isabel Rochev, Caity Lotz (The Pact) as Black Canary, Michael Jai White (The Dark Knight) as Bronze Tiger, Kevin Alejandro (True Blood) as Brother Blood and Bex Taylor-Klaus (The Killing) as Sin. Meanwhile WB and DC have two other shows in development, with both Gotham and Constantine announced this week.