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Stephen Amell to Reprise Arrow Role During The Flash’s Final Season

[ Written on January 04 2023 by Admin ]

Stephen Amell will return one more time as Oliver Queen, aka The Green Arrow, for the ninth and final season of “The Flash.”

TVLine: When you think about it, can you really, properly end The Flash without one final appearance from the man who veritably started it all?

On the heels of The CW announcing that Keiynan Lonsdale (as Wally West/Kid Flash), David Ramsey (John Diggle/Spartan) and Sendhil Ramamurthy (Dr. Ramsey Rosso/Bloodwork) are all due for an encore during The Flash‘s farewell run, now comes confirmation that Arrowverse vet Stephen Amell will also guest-star in that same, ninth episode.

And as dearly departed (?) Oliver Queen, apparently…?

“As soon as our final season was announced, we knew we wanted Stephen to come back and reprise his iconic role as Oliver Queen,” The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace said in a statement. “After all, it was Oliver who originally launched Barry Allen on his heroic path. That’s why everyone on Team Flash felt so strongly that it was important to create a full-circle moment with Oliver’s return in the final season of The Flash.”

The result of Oliver’s improbable reappearance — after all, he died twice during the “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event, once as Oliver and again as the entity known as Spectre (though he apparently got resurrected this summer in the comic books) — is “an epic-yet-emotional episode we hope Arrowverse fans will enjoy,” Wallace said. “It’s all to say ‘thank you’ to everyone for watching and supporting our show throughout nine wonderful years. We absolutely cannot wait for everyone to see Grant and Stephen saving the world together again. And yes, there will be thrills, chills and tears.”

Original Flash cast member Danielle Panabaker is confirmed to be directing this guest star-studded Episode 9.

Now a star of Starz’s Heels, Amell recently re-re-re-addressed the topic of him ever resurfacing in the Arrowverse, telling Michael Rosenbaum’s Inside of You podcast (in an interview recorded in September), “believe me when I say that this really would come down to the storyline” as opposed to chasing any payday. “There would never be a conversation about money, it would be a conversation about story.”

Other announced guest castings for The Flash Season 9, which premieres Wednesday, Feb. 8, include Batwoman alum Javicia Leslie in a secret-ish capacity, and Nicole Maines as Supergirl‘s Nia Nal aka Dreamer.

(Photos) 2022 Fandemic Tour

[ Written on July 21 2022 by Admin ]

Back on March 19, Stephen Amell and Katie Cassidy attend the 2022 Fandemic Tour. Sorry for the delay! Check out!

(Photos) ‘Chicago Bulls v Atlanta Hawks’ Game

[ Written on March 08 2022 by Admin ]

Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig attend the game between the Miami Heat and the Atlanta Hawks at State Farm Arena on March 03, 2022. Check out!

(VIDEO) Just Dudes Being Dudes

[ Written on February 06 2022 by Admin ]

They’re back! Join Nocking Point Co-founders Stephen Amell and Andrew Harding on the pilot episode of their new podcast “Dudes Being Dudes”. This episode brings it back to where it all began. They discuss the revival of “Dudes Being Dudes In Wine Country” in podcast form, all things Nocking Point, NFTs, Team USA Women’s Olympic Hockey Team and just how big Michael Jordan’s yacht is. Tune in!

‘Heels’ Renewed for Season 2

[ Written on November 03 2021 by Admin ]

Heels, the wrestling drama starring Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig, has been renewed for Season 2 at Starz.

What’s more, the premium cabler announced on Wednesday that Trey Tucker (who plays Bobby Pin) and Robby Ramos (as Diego Cottonmouth) have been promoted from recurring to series-regular status ahead of the series’ 2022 return.

Heels follows Jack Spade (Amell), a family man and wrestler with big dreams to expand the Duffy Wrestling League beyond its small-town roots — which is made even more difficult by rival company Florida Wrestling Dystopia attempting to poach his kid brother Ace (Ludwig).

“It’s clear from the critical and fan acclaim that the stories and characters from the Duffy Wrestling League have made a connection with audiences bringing a community that is not often found to premium TV,” Starz president Jeffrey Hirsch said in a statement. “I’m excited for our amazing cast and executive producers to get back into the ring together for a second season.”

Season 1 ended on Oct. 10 with Jack and Ace exchanging real blows in the ring, and Crystal (Kelli Berglund) becoming the DWL’s first female champion. Series creator Michael Waldron (Loki) previously opened up to TVLine about his hopes for Season 2, including the potential to explore the fallout from that main event match.

“You can argue that some of the best matches and storylines [in wrestling] are happening in the women’s division. There’s that same opportunity for growth and expansion within the DWL, so it’s going to be interesting to see what Jack does with them,” Waldron said. “Kelli Berglund is obviously incredible, and what it would be like to bring in some rivals for her could be a lot of fun.”

Waldron also teased the potential for DWL to succeed if Jack can “cede a little bit of control” and give others like Rooster and Diego the push they’ve been fighting for. “Season 1 is so much about fighting against failure. Looking to the future, it’s interesting to ponder: What are the struggles of success that this team might face together?” he shared.

Source: TVLine

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