Grant Gustin and Stephen Amell are watching their body doubles rehearse a fight scene in these behind-the-scenes set photos from the upcoming Arrow & Flash crossover episode.
Stephen Amell doesn't think Arrow will cross over into the movie universe, while teasing that he wants to bring in Green Lantern.
Stephen Amell offers new details about a scene that has been two and a half years in the making, as seen Arrow Season 3.
Comic-Con's A Night of DC Entertainment, hosted by Stephen Amell, will include the world premiere of Gotham, The Flash pilot and new footage from Constantine and Arrow.
While Arrow star Stephen Amell appreciates the support the fans have given him, he wants them to know that he will not be a part of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The Man of Steel and Batman Vs. Superman writer doesn't think it's entirely too smart to emulate what Marvel has done.B. Alan Orange
The actor is appalled by the latest headlines, claiming he hasn't had a studio level discussion with Warner Bros.B. Alan Orange
Warner Bros. and DC are considering a small screen-to-big screen crossover, but the actor claims the movie is further away than people think.
The fate of a DC Comics 'small screen-to-big screen' crossover is undecided. DC producer Greg Berlanti reveals where he stands on the topic.B. Alan Orange
The actor posts a photo of an old Justice League comic book. Is he trying to tell us something, or just messing around?B. Alan Orange
The CW's new superhero drama starring Stephen Amell will debut its pilot episode during Preview Night tonight at the San Diego festival.
The back story behind multi-millionaire-turned-vigilante Oliver Queen is revealed in this look at the small screen DC Comics adaptation.B. Alan Orange
The future Green Arrow demonstrates his strength with a bow and arrow in this latest look at the small screen DC Comics adaptation.B. Alan Orange
The actor stars as Oliver Queen in this pilot based on the popular DC Comics superhero, coming this fall.B. Alan Orange
The young actor will play billionaire/masked vigilante Oliver Queen in this new pilot from the CW Network.
Stephen Amell, Aiden Turner and Liam McIntyre are the top finalists to replace Whitfield, who left the show to undergo cancer treatments.