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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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Katie on the third day went Herve Leger’s Runyway show before that she posed with Jason Garrison at Lincoln Center. After that they went together Herve Leger’s Afterparty. On the fourth day Katie doesn’t attend any NYFW Show, but she was at US. Open with Jason Garrison and Colton Haynes.
Katie’s second day was just as eventful as her first. She attended two front row show with other celebrites: Rebecca Minkoff and Nicole Miller.
Katie’s first day of the New York Fashion Week was quite eventful! She attended four events, and we have photos from each of them. You can check them out in our gallery, or by clicking on the thumbnails below.
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.
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.
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 TheInfluence.com…)