Brandon Routh makes his first appearance as Ray Palmer in the Season 3 premiere of Arrow on October 8.
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.
The Carrie Diaries star Austin Butler returns to The CW with a recurring role on Arrow Season 3 as Thea's love interest Chase.
Riddick star Matt Nable has signed on to play the villainous Ra's al Ghul in Season 3 of Arrow, although it isn't clear when he will debut.
Oliver tries to multi-task during a high-speed chase in the latest footage from Arrow Season 2, offering new looks at Ray Palmer and Komodo.
Arrow meets up with his new ally Arsenal while Black Canary gets ready for battle in new photos from the Season 3 Premiere.
After playing Ra's al Ghul in Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins, Liam Neeson says he would gladly return as the villain in Arrow Season 3.
Supernatural alum Amy Gumenick will play Carol Cutter, a.k.a. Cupid, a fan obsessed with Oliver Queen in Season 3 of Arrow.
Devon Aoki was set to play Katana in Season 3 of Arrow, but pulled out due to a scheduling conflict, paving the way for Rila Fukushima.
Matt Ward's Komodo will be the 'villain of the week' in Arrow Season 2's second episode, but he will also be part of a bigger story.
Robert Knepper will reprise his role as The Clock King from Arrow for the seventh episode of The Flash, where he teams up with another villain.
Medium and Bates Motel star David Cubitt will appear in Arrow Season 2's third episode as Manhunter, an A.R.G.U.S. operative.
Former boxer Ted Grant, a.k.a. Wildcat, runs a Starling City gym and will play a pivotal role in Laurel Lance's arc in Arrow Season 3.
Warner Bros. Television brings four DC Comics titles to life this year with Gotham, Constantine, The Flash and Season 3 of Arrow.
The villainous Ra's al Ghul was revealed in this extended Arrow Season 3 trailer that debuted at DC Entertainment's Comic-Con panel.
Take your first look at Brandon Routh's Roy Palmer and Colton Haynes' Arsenal as the countdown to Arrow Season 3 officially begins.
Roy Harper join Team Arrow as the hooded vigilante Arsenal starting in the Season 3 premiere, airing Wednesday, October 8th.
Oliver Queen faces a new identity crisis in Arrow Season 3, with The Flash crossover tying into both show's mid-season finales.