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Post  thecolorsblend on Wed Feb 01, 2012 12:39 pm

non_amos wrote:Well I guess that rules out Hartley then. Probably rules out any connection to Smallville too. scratch
Not too big a surprise. I wasn't expecting a Smallville connection at all.
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Post  webhead2006 on Wed Feb 01, 2012 1:38 pm

Would been nice but from day one it was stated to be a new original show.
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Post  Apologist Puncher on Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:22 am

Here's a nice slap in the face for those of you looking forward to this:

http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/rorschachsrants/news/?a=54326

"It’s a very provocative and sophisticated and edgy. It’s not as comic book-y as Smallville or other [superhero projects] from other networks.”

“He doesn’t have any superpowers, he’s a very grounded character like a Jason Bourne — we use the term ‘mambo'. His skill-set is that he’s an archer, but he also has physical strength and prowess. He’s clever and able to devise ways of taking down a bad guy that are unique and fun to watch.”

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Post  thecolorsblend on Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:46 am

Apologist Puncher wrote:Here's a nice slap in the face for those of you looking forward to this:
Why Puncher, whatever do you mean?

douchebag associated with the production wrote:"It’s a very provocative and sophisticated and edgy. It’s not as comic book-y as Smallville or other [superhero projects] from other networks.”
Oh, that.

sigh

That does it, I'm going to become an A-list Hollywood director and then do a Shakespeare adaptation. And just to make those fucksticks sit up and listen, I'm going to say "Yeah, I want to my version of Romeo & Juliet. None of that fruity Elizabethan English, no sword fights, no poison, no forbidden love story, none of that bullshit. I think modern audiences need something updated. That retarded idea of adapting the play literally is just a recipe for disaster."

Of course, this would probably backfire on me because some Hollywood shit-stain would probably think that's a brilliant idea and the only people who'd know to get offended by this are a bunch of innocent bystander Shakespeare enthusiasts.

But still, I can't be the only one who's tired of douchewad Hollywood pricks doing comic stuff saying "we don't want to make it comic booky".
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Post  non_amos on Thu Feb 09, 2012 2:15 am

Hey, if Hollyweird were to make Romeo & Juliette now, they'd probably do a 'PC' version. No longer would it be Romeo & Juliette. Now it would be ROMEO & JULIAN. 2 twinks straight out of TWILIGHT whose relationship is not accepted by their respective families so they move to San Francisco. Fill in the blanks for the rest. Yes, that film would make Hollyweird proud. Wink
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Re: CW's "Arrow" series

Post  thecolorsblend on Thu Feb 09, 2012 2:32 am

non_amos wrote:Hey, if Hollyweird were to make Romeo & Juliette now, they'd probably do a 'PC' version. No longer would it be Romeo & Juliette. Now it would be ROMEO & JULIAN. 2 twinks straight out of TWILIGHT whose relationship is not accepted by their respective families so they move to San Francisco. Fill in the blanks for the rest. Yes, that film would make Hollyweird proud. Wink
Someone should get the Sundance people on the phone, we may have a hit here.
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Re: CW's "Arrow" series

Post  non_amos on Thu Feb 09, 2012 2:37 am

thecolorsblend wrote:
non_amos wrote:Hey, if Hollyweird were to make Romeo & Juliette now, they'd probably do a 'PC' version. No longer would it be Romeo & Juliette. Now it would be ROMEO & JULIAN. 2 twinks straight out of TWILIGHT whose relationship is not accepted by their respective families so they move to San Francisco. Fill in the blanks for the rest. Yes, that film would make Hollyweird proud. Wink
Someone should get the Sundance people on the phone, we may have a hit here.

I didn't even think of them but yeah, you're right. Perfect vehicle I suppose.
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Re: CW's "Arrow" series

Post  webhead2006 on Thu Feb 09, 2012 4:09 pm

Just saw that bit myself too. Now I get the appeal with bourne analog with how ga is a normal guy and his skills to take out criminals. So thhat aspect I get what that exec was saying. Bbut hopefully they don't nake same mistake like nbc/kelly did with ww. It isn't a good sign as ap said but hopefully the exec isn't the be all end all say in things. We really haven't heard much out of the showrunners or david nutter who is directing the pilot. So I do cross fingers things turn out good. Cause in the end of the day. Your making a show based on a comic character. If you are not using the comic stuff to degrees that work within tv/film mechnics what's the point in doing x character in first place.

But in other news this article:
http://www.moviehole.net/201252488-arrow-wont-be-anything-like-smallville
Which also talkks about said comments from cw exec. We learn that actor david ramesey has joined the cast. As one of the show original characters john diggle.
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Post  webhead2006 on Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:06 pm

Moira Queen cast for green arrow pilot arrow:
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/BatFreak/news/?a=54712
Susanna Thompson Joins The Cast Of ARROW

The Dragonfly actress has signed on to play the mother of Green Arrow/Oliver Queen in The CW's upcoming pilot Arrow,a modern revision of the DC Comics character. PaulRom - 2/14/2012

Deadline reports that Susanna Thompson - previously seen in NCIS and Dragonfly - has landed one of the female leads on the CW pilot Arrow, based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow/Oliver Queen. Thompson will play the character's mother, Moira Queen. The actress joins Stephen Amell (Green Arrow) and David Ramsey (John Diggle) in the pilot, which is directed by Smallville's David Nutter, and it's written/executive produced by Andrew Kreisberg, Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim.

What do you think of this casting piece?

The Warner Bros TV-produced project, described as a modern retelling of the story of DC Comics character Green Arrow, stars Stephen Amell as the vigilante superhero who fights crime using archery, martial arts and technology under his secret identity as Oliver Queen, a wealthy playboy and billionaire industrialist-turned-outspoken politician in Star City.

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Re: CW's "Arrow" series

Post  Apologist Puncher on Wed Feb 15, 2012 1:41 am

http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/debbiedowner/news/?a=54722

Spoiler:
Oliver Queen is a spoiled rich kid who got lost at sea with his massively wealthy CEO father, their head of security, and the girl Oliver was banging. Five years later, Oliver is rescued from an island in the South China Sea. Somehow, he survived (none of the others on the boat did). And he's been changed. He's strong, wily, and is on a mission to clean up Starling City (something we later learn is basically his father's dying wish).

I actually really like the idea of having Oliver marooned on an island for a great length of time, but they immediately ruin it by having him rescued. I really hope that they don't gloss over this, and only give brief flashbacks. This is a setting that they could utilize to it's fullest to shape Oliver. I happen to enjoy Tom Hanks in Castaway and if they could delve into those type of struggles one would endure physically and mentally by themselves, it would go a long way to hooking me as a loyal viewer.

But, I'm sure we'll only see snippets of Oliver's life on the island, and never really feel the pain that he went through. Imagine being isolated on an island after witnessing the death of your father, and your girlfriend.

After he is taken off the island, he appears to go back to a semi-normal state, but that is just an illusion as he puts together his secret identity. And then...

He and his best friend are kidnapped - ooh, conspiracy! - and he rescues himself while his best friend (Tommy) is supposedly but probably not unconscious.


Then you'll meet Oliver's new stepfather, Walter, the head of the Queen business empire. There is a twist involving Walter that is so juicy that even the reviewer wouldn't spoil it.

There will also be an odd, bordering on disturbing love triangle. As I mentioned before Oliver had a girlfriend, but she died in the boat accident. Well, that girl had an older sister, and her name is Laurel. You ready for the twist? Laurel, was also an ex-girlfriend of ... Oliver. The guy was banging sisters. But wait, there's more. Laurel is currently dating Oliver's best friend, Tommy. Well that is a tad awkward, and a tad too soapy for my tastes, but so be it.

Now we get to the main beef of the pilot. The lack of a formidable villain.

Adam Hunt is a terrible villain. Not terrible like terrifying. Terrible like... pathetic. We're made aware of him through Laurel's legal story, a class action against him for fraud and predatory lending. It isn't going her way because, from the get-go, we're told what he did was deplorable but technically legal.

So Oliver, on the outs with Laurel but hearing her plight, goes outside the justice system to rectify the situation by scaring the bejesus out of Hunt, telling him to wire $40M to an account by such and such a time, or else. Hunt doesn't do it, of course, but surrounds himself with guards and calls in the cops, and Oliver is still able to get inside the supposed stronghold and hack his way into Hunt's computers / accounts, and escape largely-unscathed (there's a close call with Hunt tossing a grenade - both a laughable action villain line and an actual grenade - as he runs into a panic room), then anonymously transfer $50K each to the people in Laurel's class action law suit. So, fear not, there's very much the expected Robin Hood aspect to the story.


And after all that, Marc actually thinks there are reasons to be optimistic. To be fair he came to this conclusion after reading more pilots that were so atrocious that they made CW's Arrow look a whole lot better. Eh, you take it however you can get it.

I think it works emotionally, even if it's not breaking any new ground. It's solid, broad-audience popcorn entertainment (action! suspense! love triangles! family secrets! conspiracies!) and unless there's some epic fail in rest of the process, I have to think this gets picked up.

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Re: CW's "Arrow" series

Post  Apologist Puncher on Wed Feb 15, 2012 1:53 am

http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/BatFreak/news/?a=54712

Deadline reports that Susanna Thompson - previously seen in NCIS and Dragonfly - has landed one of the female leads on the CW pilot Arrow, based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow/Oliver Queen. Thompson will play the character's mother, Moira Queen. The actress joins Stephen Amell (Green Arrow) and David Ramsey (John Diggle) in the pilot, which is directed by Smallville's David Nutter, and it's written/executive produced by Andrew Kreisberg, Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim.


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Post  webhead2006 on Wed Feb 15, 2012 6:38 pm

We now have our Dinah Lance:
http://www.deadline.com/2012/02/katie-cassidy-set-as-female-lead-in-cw-pilot-arrow/
Katie Cassidy Set As Female Lead In CW Pilot ‘Arrow’
By NELLIE ANDREEVA | Wednesday February 15, 2012 @ 1:30pm PST
Tags: Arrow, CW, Katie Cassidy

Gossip Girl, Melrose Place and Supernatural alumna Katie Cassidy is back at the CW as the female lead in the network’s pilot Arrow. The Warner Bros TV-produced project, a modern retelling of the story of DC Comics character Green Arrow, stars Stephen Amell as the vigilante superhero who fights crime using archery, martial arts and technology under his secret identity as Oliver Queen, a wealthy playboy and billionaire industrialist-turned-outspoken politician in Star City. Cassidy will play Laurel, a young legal clinic attorney who shares a romantic past with Oliver. (In the comics, the character, Dinah “Laurel” Lance, has a superhero alter ego, Black Canary.) In Arrow, Cassidy joins Amell and Susanna Thompson, who was cast yesterday as Oliver’s mother, Moira Queen. David Nutter is directing the pilot, written/executive produced by Andrew Kreisberg, Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim. On the feature side, Cassidy, repped by CAA and Anonymous Content, was most recently seen in Monte Carlo.


I liked her in her stint on SPN, so cant wait to see how she turns out as dinah, and her connection with amell who is ollie. I do hope if the pilot goes to series, down the road she will become black canery.
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Post  webhead2006 on Thu Feb 16, 2012 12:26 am

An we got another cast member in. This time actress playing original made younger sister of ollie, thea queen:
http://www.deadline.com/2012/02/arrow-nick-stoller-comedy-add-to-casts/
‘Arrow’ & Nick Stoller Comedy Add To Casts BY NELLIE ANDREEVA | Wednesday February 15, 2012 @ 7:28pm PST

EXCLUSIVE: On the heels of casting Gossip Girl, Melrose Place and Supernatural alumna Katie Cassidy as the female lead in the CW’s pilot Arrow, another familiar CW face is joining the project. Willa Holland (Gossip Girl) has been cast in the modern retelling of the story of DC Comics character Green Arrow which stars Stephen Amell as the vigilante superhero who fights crime using archery, martial arts and technology under his secret identity as Oliver Queen, a wealthy playboy and billionaire industrialist-turned-outspoken politician in Star City. Holland will play Thea Queen, Oliver’s celebutante younger sister who’s testing the boundaries of acceptable behavior. The actress, repped by Gersh and Meyer Management, also co-starred on Fox’s The O.C.
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Post  webhead2006 on Sun Feb 19, 2012 10:48 am

Looks like we have possible guest star/maybe pilot villain threat:
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/Jolt17/news/?a=54968
Brian Markinson Joins the Cast of CW's ARROW

Although there hasn't yet been any official confirmation,a recent report reveals that the Canadian actor will be joining the cast of The CW's Arrow as the main antagonist of the pilot episode,Adam Hunt. Jolt17 - 2/18/2012

Thanks to Green Arrow TV, we have a currently unconfirmed report of this casting addition, as well as a little information about the character of Adam Hunt right below.

We don’t have official confirmation from the studio, so our apologies if this information is incorrect, but it seems that Brian Markinson has landed the role of Adam Hunt in the CW’s Green Arrow pilot, Arrow. Hunt is a corrupt businessman who is ripping off some people —behavior that has gotten the attention of Dinah Laurel Lance and her CNRI firm. I think it’s safe to assume that he’ll cross paths with Oliver in the premiere episode as well.

Brian Markinson has previously guest starred in numerous TV series' such as Caprica, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, The X-Files, and Supernatural, among many others. More details of the character can be found in the review of the TV series' pilot script.

The CW's Arrow stars Stephen Arnell as Oliver Queen,Katie Cassidy as Dinah Laurel Lance,David Ramsey as John Diggle,Willa Holland as Thea Queen,and Susanna Thompson as Moira Queen. The pilot will be directed by David Nutter,based on the script written by Andrew Kreisberg,Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim.

Source: Green Arrow TV
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Post  Comicbookfan-V2 on Sun Feb 19, 2012 5:47 pm

The news for a "Green Arrow" series which will indeed be titled "Arrow" definitly generate some intrest for me considering Marvel has already been ahead of DC in regards to motion picture films but this could be the start of DC actually catching up and even up the playing field in accomplishing what Marvel seem to be lacking or failing and that is bringing on live action adaptations of their comic characters to the small screen (I'm sensing DC has finally found a ACE in the hole) but with positive results. Since the series will be a stand alone show and not a spin-off from "Smallville" could very well be a good thing given the show's opportunity to be successful without existing in the same continuity from another series that has already gain recognition just as long it dosen't fellow the same foot steps as the propose "Wonder Woman" pilot, but then again this is going to be aired on CW and not NBC so that aleast puts all worries to ease!

I'm also looking forward to see a propose "Blue Beetle" series but not sure about the rest!

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Post  Apologist Puncher on Sun Feb 19, 2012 9:28 pm

Comicbookfan-V2 wrote:The news for a "Green Arrow" series which will indeed be titled "Arrow" definitly generate some intrest for me considering Marvel has already been ahead of DC in regards to motion picture films but this could be the start of DC actually catching up and even up the playing field in accomplishing what Marvel seem to be lacking or failing and that is bringing on live action adaptations of their comic characters to the small screen (I'm sensing DC has finally found a ACE in the hole) but with positive results.

Yes. Because having the longest running sci-fi show in North American television history was such a dismal failure, huh?

Idiot.

Since the series will be a stand alone show and not a spin-off from "Smallville" could very well be a good thing given the show's opportunity to be successful without existing in the same continuity from another series that has already gain recognition just as long it dosen't fellow the same foot steps as the propose "Wonder Woman" pilot, but then again this is going to be aired on CW and not NBC so that aleast puts all worries to ease!

I'm also looking forward to see a propose "Blue Beetle" series but not sure about the rest!

The fuck??

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Post  Comicbookfan-V2 on Sun Feb 19, 2012 11:44 pm

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Yes. Because having the longest running sci-fi show in North American television history was such a dismal failure, huh?

Idiot.

I never said "Smallville" didn't count nor did I say it didn't pave the wave for future DC related live action shows like this one!

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Post  Apologist Puncher on Mon Feb 20, 2012 12:12 am

Comicbookfan-V2 wrote:I never said "Smallville" didn't count nor did I say it didn't pave the wave for future DC related live action shows like this one!

You didn't, shit for brains?

Comicbookfan-V2 wrote:The news for a "Green Arrow" series which will indeed be titled "Arrow" definitly generate some intrest for me considering Marvel has already been ahead of DC in regards to motion picture films but this could be the start of DC actually catching up and even up the playing field in accomplishing what Marvel seem to be lacking or failing and that is bringing on live action adaptations of their comic characters to the small screen (I'm sensing DC has finally found a ACE in the hole) but with positive results.

Anyone else want to read what this retard said, and then explain to him how fucking stupid he is?

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Post  non_amos on Mon Feb 20, 2012 12:15 am

Yeah, I noticed that same contradictory statement but didn't say anything. Oh well.....
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Post  Apologist Puncher on Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:11 pm

non_amos wrote:Yeah, I noticed that same contradictory statement but didn't say anything. Oh well.....

Some people never learn.....

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Post  thecolorsblend on Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:07 am

Apologist Puncher wrote:Some people never learn.....
English? How to type? Simple logic? How to be something other than an idiot?
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Post  Apologist Puncher on Tue Feb 21, 2012 9:54 pm

thecolorsblend wrote:English? How to type? Simple logic? How to be something other than an idiot?


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Post  webhead2006 on Wed Feb 22, 2012 11:49 am

Another addition to the cast
http://m.deadline.com/2012/02/titus-welliver-to-star-in-nbcs-midnight-sun-cws-arrow-adds-colin-donnell/
New York stage actor Colin Donnell, who made his series debut in an arc on Pan Am this season, has been cast in the CW drama pilot Arrow, a modern retelling of the story of DC Comics character Green Arrow which stars Stephen Amell as the vigilante superhero who fights crime using archery, martial arts and technology under his secret identity as Oliver Queen, a wealthy playboy and billionaire industrialist-turned-outspoken politician in Star City. Gersh-repped Donnell will play Tommy Merlyn, Oliver’s best friend, a playboy “trustafarian” who assumes the good times will roll again now that Oliver has returned…only to learn Oliver is a changed man.
My guess this tommy merlyn will either end up being arther merlyn son or probbably a new take on the arther meryln villain.
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Post  Apologist Puncher on Sun Feb 26, 2012 10:47 pm

Since this show is actually happening, it gets it's own topic.

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Post  thecolorsblend on Mon Feb 27, 2012 12:33 am

Apologist Puncher wrote:Since this show is actually happening, it gets it's own topic.
Logical enough.

Haven't kept up with your thoughts on this series. You planning to watch?
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