Starling City will have a new arrival when Arrow returns in January.
Marc Singer will appear in episode 14, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
Singer, star of the 1982 cult classic TheBeastmaster, will play General Matthew Shrieve beginning the in the 14th episode of season three. In the comics, Shrieve is the leader of the Creature Commandos, a team of superhumans who first fought in World War II.
[Warning: Spoilers ahead from the Arrow/The Flash crossover episode, "The Brave and the Bold."]
The CW's Flash-Arrow crossover event finished up with Wednesday's Arrow hour. While the biggest Arrow moment occurred during The Flash hour (as Oliver ran into his ex/baby), a few important things went down in "The Brave and the Bold."
With five television series based on DC comic book series currently on the schedule — NBC's Constantine, Fox's Gotham as well as The CW's Arrow, The Flash and midseason entry iZombie — and no less than 10 movies based on DC properties in the works during the next six years, DC Entertainment chief creative officer Geoff Johns is a busy man. Add to that his monthly writing duties on the Justice League and Superman comic book series, and he's a very busy man.
The time has finally come: Black Canary is about to make her debut.
The CW has released the first official image of Katie Cassidy (aka Laurel) in full costume from episode 10 of season three, titled "Left Behind" — and it's about damn time. After Sara's violent death in the premiere, Laurel embarked on a quest to become someone else, teaming with Ted Grant (J.R. Ramirez) to help get her into fighting shape.
The spotlight turns to Laurel's (Katie Cassidy) new boxing coach and mentor on Wednesday's Arrow, titled "Guilty," when a dead body inexplicably turns up at the Wildcat gym, causing Oliver (Stephen Amell) and his team to suspect that Ted had something to do with it.
A moody new Arrow trailer is bringing to light the "dangerous game" Oliver (Stephen Amell) and company are entrenched in.
The 80-second teaser opens with the ever-illuminating Diggle (David Ramsey) warning of the dangerous road that lies ahead. "This crusade of ours, it's supposed to be about justice. That's supposed to mean something. We can't have two sets of rules, one for the bad guys and one for us."