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Billionaire playboy Oliver Queen was missing for five years before being discovered alive on a remote island. He secretly creates the persona of Arrow – a vigilante – to right the wrongs of his family, fight the ills of society. | On air on Wednesdays 8.7c (The CW)

Suki, who has multiple-personality disorder undergoes an experimental procedure to cure her illness with a machine, which would help to kill the other personlaities she has. But what if her true self is the one she despises the most?

Tomboy KC is a fashion project of Katie's, that she started in late 2013. As of now it is just a fashion blog, that shows Katie's personal tomboyish style, but according to her it might actually grow into a fashion line in the near future.

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Interviews about The Scribbler


In the scenes where you can see Suki is struggling, and she hears all the voices in her heard, did they actually have people on the set, obviously not in your own voice, but did they have people on the set saying these different things?
Katie Cassidy: Yeah. I obviously had to use my imagination, but I did ask the script supervisor or the A.D. to read it out loud. I just wanted to hear the words, so I could react accordingly. They were saying the words out loud, for sure.

SY: Was it a difficult transition to go back and forth between Suki’s different personalities, particularly the three who you showed on screen, while you were shooting?
KC: I guess it was difficult. But I didn’t think that much about it, because I didn’t want to get in my head. I just tried to trust myself, and that ended up working out. Once I started to transition in front of people on set, it became easier every time.

Read the full interviews HERE & HERE


Katie Cassidy on Fighting for The Scribbler

Katie talked to Crave Online when she was shooting The Scribbler two years ago, and they just released the interview they made with her. Check it out below:

It was nearly two years ago that I visited the set of The Scribbler at Linda Vista Hospital in Los Angeles. Katie Cassidy was just about to begin filming “Arrow” after shooting the pilot. That’s how long it takes with indie films, and XLrator Media is releasing The Scribbler in theaters, VOD and iTunes on September 19. Based on the Dan Schaffer graphic novel, The Scribbler stars Cassidy as Suki, a woman with multiple personalities being interrogated about deaths at the halfway house in which she now lives. Suki’s story reveals a process known as the Siamese Burn which attempts to remove her alters, and one alter who uses Suki’s body to scribble messages backwards all over the wall. On the set, Cassidy was dressed in a skeleton costume which she wears for the second half of the movie, and took her lip ring out in between takes.

CraveOnline: I was wondering if you would have the lip piercing from the comic book, and you do. So you take it in and out in between takes?

Katie Cassidy: I do, because if you’ll notice, I started to get a little scab.

Are you tempted to fiddle with it?

Yeah, it’s actually become a habit, I think as a character and then me also in general. Off set, I’ll look for it and it’s not there.

Did you go after this film?

I did.

How did you hear about The Scribbler and how did you fight for it?

I read the script and fell in love with it, the character. I’d been looking to play a character like this for a while, so I called my agents, had a meeting with the director and producers. Prior to going to the meeting, prepping for it I obviously read up about Dissociative Identity Disorder and came in with my ideas and thoughts specifically on different scenes, on this character, on what I thought the character should look like, what I would do, actually sat down with somebody who had a multiple personality and just observe and learn as much as I possibly can. They were obviously impressed with my presentation on it and I got the offer.

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Katie Cassidy’s NYFW Diary by Katie Cassidy

sheaes | Interview, News, TKC


9 a.m. Time to get up. Our first event today isn’t until 3 p.m. so I slept in a bit. Feels good.

9:45 a.m. Head to SoulCycle to try and sweat out some of the toxins and squeeze in a much-needed workout. I am on a pretty heavy workout regimen for Arrow at the moment, so I am looking for any break between shows to get in some in gym time.

11 a.m. Order room service (i.e., coffee!) and take the rest of my morning break to work on a few things for Tomboy KC, answer emails and return phone calls.

12 p.m. Hair and makeup in my hotel room. I always say this, but I live for my hair and makeup team. Not only are they ridiculously talented, but they are close friends and I love hanging out with them (which is good considering the whole process takes about two and a half hours). We spend so much time together during Fashion Week, when I leave I have serious withdrawals.

2:30 p.m. Start the process of getting dressed for the Hervé Léger show. They sent over a few amazing options, and I have about 10 minutes to decide which one is my favorite. I decide on a black crop top and high-waisted skirt situation. Love it.

3-3:45 p.m. I hop in the car with Lynsey, my business partner for Tomboy KC, and we rush to the backstage area at Lincoln Center. Lynsey calls our contact on site to make sure the show isn’t on time (it was supposed to start at 3 p.m.!) and confirm we haven’t missed it. Luckily, it is running behind and we are escorted to our seats right in time for the show to start. I am seated next to my good friend Jared Eng and we chitchat throughout the show.


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The Scribbler is out on 19 of September

So we have a release date. (look up and see the exact date). We have a brand new clip from the film (click on the photo for the scene), I don’t know it it spoiler or not, because I didn’t watch it. (Not my thing, sorry). So.. watch out. And we got an exclusive interview with Katie about The Scribbler.


“We see ‘Suki,’ who is so guarded and so hurt, but I think she has a big heart. She just doesn’t trust anyone, and she’s skittish. She lives in fear. We see an alter that I actually named ‘Scarlet,’ and playing her was fun because she’s a sexual creature and wild and crazy and out of control, and is the bad side of Suki.

(Read the whole interview at DreadCentral)


“On Point” – Katie in The Influence Magazine


With a role as Laurel Lance on The CW’s Arrow and a successful fashion blog, Katie Cassidy is aiming high and hitting her mark. 

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You’re heading into the third season of Arrow. What have you enjoyed most about playing Laurel?

The second season was a very tough season for my character and very emotionally draining. But at the same time, so fulfilling and rewarding for me as an actor. I think it showed the creators and show runners that I was capable of going places that maybe they weren’t aware of. 

It’s tough when you have to be in a rough place for a long period of it, but I wouldn’t want it any other way—it’s what I love to do and it’s why I do it, Going on Laurel’s journey and watching her grow has been really exciting. Now she’s getting to be more physical, and that has been really fun and cool.

Since she’s getting more physical, does that mean you have as well?

Yeah, it’s crazy, but in the best way possible. You have 15-hour days, and on top of it, you’re working out really hard. (Continue reading at…)


The Coveteur Shoot with Katie


“I’m not sure I could pick just one place to live. I kind of love being a bit of a nomad. In a perfect world I’d have a brownstone in New York, a flat in London, a villa in the South of a France, a ranch in Texas and a loft in Los Angeles. Basically, I have a lot of work to do.” - Katie Cassidy

(Read the full story with Katie on The Coveteur…)

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Institue Magazine Interview & Shoot


Institute: You are now into the third season of Arrow, what do you think has been the key to its success?
Katie: A few things: We have a wide age demographic. I often hear families are enjoying watching Arrow together. Also, the show is grounded, and yet has that “super” hero element. I believe our writers and producers did a wonderful job balancing the two. Lastly, I have to give it to our crew and stunt team. We have the best of the best! They all kick ass.

Institute: What can we expect from season three of Arrow?
Katie: Bigger than ever. Also, expect the unexpected. I often say this in regards to our show, but it’s true. Every episode is a game changer and keeps things exciting!

Institute: What drew you to the part of Laurel Lance?
Katie: I could relate to her in many ways. She’s the modern day woman. Driven, dedicated and emotionally charged. She’s tough. She believes in strong morals and values. That doesn’t mean she doesn’t make mistakes, she does, but she doesn’t let them get the best of her. She’s motivated by her mistakes, she grows and learns from them.

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CBRTV Interview with Willa, Paul and Katie

Becky | Arrow, Interview

The second season of Arrow brought a number of major changes to the cast of characters — but none moreso than Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy), Officer Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne) and Thea Queen (Willa Holland). Laurel hit rock bottom and found redemption across the course of the season; Lance reunited with his daughter Sara, presumed dead and was reinstated as a Detective; and Thea went through one of the most backbreaking emotional moments of the show when her mother Moira was killed by Slade Wilson in front of her eyes.

The trio of “Arrow” actors joined CBR executive producer Jonah Weiland on the CBR Yacht to discuss their major character arcs over the course of season two, and tease a bit of what’s to come for Laurel, Detective Lance and Thea when the series returns in October.


Full DC PAnel at SDCC

Do you want some juicy details about DC universe? Do you want superheroes spoilers? Yeah? Then watch this Panel interview with the casts and creators of Arrow, The Flash, Gotham and Constantine.


Arrow at Comic Con – Spoilers, Photos, Videos

Becky | Arrow, Interview

The cast of Arrow spent two days at the San Diego Comic Con (although Katie has only been there for one day) and the had two panels, one yesterday for the show, and one today, for DC Comics, along with other shows like The Flash, Constantine and Gotham.

The most important Laurel-related scoop we got was that Sara is back, and a scene with her will set “Laurel even more on the path she is supposed to take” (that is, becoming the Black Canary), and we also found out, that Ted Grant (aka Wildcat) is coming to the show. Wildcat is the trainer of Black Canary, who teaches her martial arts.

Before and after their panels, the cast was goofing around a lot, taking several photos together and giving interviews. We are uploading the photos of the cast as they are popping up, and below you can see the interview Katie, Stephen Amell and Marc Guggenheim gave to IGN.

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