What can you tease about the Season 3 premiere?
I can tease an Olicity date. I think Roy and Diggle are aware of the chemistry. They’re finally aware of it in the first episode. They’re like, ‘Huh?’
What is Roy going to be like in the new season?
The cool part about Roy is his dry sense of humor gets him in a little trouble, but I think you’re going to see a lot more of his sense of humor this year. And he’s also becoming Arsenal. I mean, that’s going to be huge. He’s such a bad-a** character. It’s the route that Roy Harper takes. He took three different routes [in the comics]: Red Arrow, Arsenal or Speedy. Arsenal is his true calling, and he’s got a lot of bad-a** techniques that he learns along the way.
How is his life, post-mirakuru?
They’re going to try to keep giving him the cure. If he doesn’t have it, he’s gonna kill more people. Possibly people that he loves — so they’ve got to watch out.
Thea and Roy officially broke up in the Season 2 finale, before Thea ran away with Merlyn. Is there any chance of a reconciliation with Roy?
I think there’s always a chance. They’re true loves for each other, but Roy wants her to be happy over anything. And if that means they have to take a break or they don’t ever have to get back together, he just wants her to be happy.
Lucy Lawless Heading to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The world of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is about to get even more geektastic.
Former Xena star Lucy Lawless is heading to ABC’s super series in Season 2, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
In true Marvel fashion, details on her role and how long she’ll be sticking around are being kept under wraps. (Call off the Level 7 snipers now, please!)
Lawless is also known for her roles on Spartacus,Battlestar Galactica and Parks and Recreation.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 9/8c on ABC.
Johns stated definitively that “the film and television universes for DC Comics ‘are separate worlds.’”
“Arrow and The Flash create a huge DC universe for us. And it’s going to live and breathe and grow,” he continued. “We also want to let the creators tell the best stories they can with these characters without putting them in a box, so to speak. And so we want to do the best TV show, television series we can possibly do with the DC universe with these characters.”
“The Marvel Cinematic Universe has continued to grow every year since it began in 2008 with Marvel’s “Iron Man,” and now we’ve got the dates for five more films coming your way through 2019!
While we can’t tell you just what they are yet, you can look forward to new films hitting theaters July 28 and November 3, 2017; July 6 and November 2, 2018; and May 3, 2019.”
Sometimes that’s all you need!