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ARROW (2012-)
Role: Laurel Lance / Black Canary
Status: The CW (Season 3)
Genre: Drama, action
Airs: Wednesdays 8.7c
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 fight the ills of society.
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Role: Sharon Tate
Director: John R. Leonetti
Genre: Thiller
Status: Filming
The film is sets in 1969, and follows four friends spending a night in a posh Los Angeles mansion, who find themselves beset by a quartet of deadly killers.
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Role: Suki / The Scribbler
Director: John Suits
Genre: Sci-fi, thiller
Status: Out on DVD worldwide
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.
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TOMBOY KC (2013-)
Role: Creative director & editor
Type: Lifestyle & fashion blog
Status: Online since 2013
TomboyKC 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 it might actually grow into a fashion line soon.
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July 11th: SDCC with Arrow

by sheaes | labels: Arrow, News

Arrow is coming to San Diego Comic Con this July as usual, but rather than two panels (like last year; one individual and a DC panel), we will get only one: Super Hero Saturday Night panel including Arrow, The Flash, Gotham, Supergirl and Legend’s of Tomorrow. Here are the details:

• 8:00–11:00 p.m. Warner Bros. Television & DC Entertainment Present: Super Hero Saturday Night Offers Fans a Look Inside the Worlds of Arrow, The Flash and Gotham, plus a Pilot Screening of Supergirl and Video Presentations of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Vixen: DC fans … get ready for another Super Hero Saturday Night! Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment will again welcome fans into the worlds of some of DC Comics’ greatest characters during a three-hour super-experience in Hall H. The exclusive evening will feature a pilot screening of the highly anticipated new action series Supergirl, followed by a Q&A with stars and producers; plus, individual special video presentations and Q&As with stars and producers from Arrow, The Flash and Gotham. Also, don’t miss a special Q&A with cast and producers of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and a peek at the new digital series Vixen.

source: IGN



TKC: It’s Time to Meet Your Match

by sheaes | labels: News, TKC

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When we hear the word matching, thoughts race back to a time filled with printed Keds and coordinating belts. A time when wearing a caramel-colored handbag with shoes of another hue was considered a faux pas of the highest order. But times change.

For the last decade, in order to achieve any sense of sartorial balance it seemed obvious that leathers needed to clash and patterns were worth nothing if not mixed. The idea of matching had been filed away with blue eyeshadow and our NKOTB posters, never to be seen again. Or so we thought.

But seeing as how last month we donned neon to watch a bunch of 40 year old men dance around to 80’s tunes and Rochas re-imagined the value of blue above your baby blues, we shouldn’t be surprised that buying matching separates has a sudden novelty. Like the return of neon in 2011, the spread of coordinated vestments has gained such traction that a time when we would buy a top even though the corresponding shorts weren’t available in our size seems like a bad dream. A bad dream full of sloppy trousseau and overloaded senses.

The evolution of our thinking is helped by the introduction of separates that scream Taylor Swift rather than mother of the bride. Think crop tops and identical printed pencil skirts, boxed t’s and matching shorts. Getting dressed has never been so simple.

On the other end of the wardrobe, however, through even the most harmonized attire, we can’t help but wonder how long this fascination with matching will last. Fashion is fickle, so only time will tell. But until our love affair fades and the modernity of matching is laughable, we are gonna ride the sea of simplicity full sails ahead.

– Katie Cassidy


Vote for Arrow || TCA

by sheaes | labels: Arrow, Misc, News

Teen Choice Award is around the corner and even if Katie didn’t get a nomination we shouldn’t forget about the show and Katie’s colleagues because they have a chance to win so… this is your chance to support them:

Vote for Choice TV Show: Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Arrow,
Choice TV Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Stephen Amell,
Choice TV Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Emily Bett Rickards, (or Danielle Panabaker)

Voting is open to the 50 US states, PR and VI.


Synopsis for Arrow Season 4

by sheaes | labels: Arrow, News

After defeating his most formidable foe to date and riding off into the sunset with longtime flame Felicity Smoak, Oliver Queen (a.k.a. The Arrow) left Starling City with the hopes of beginning a new life. But will Oliver ever truly be able to leave behind his past as the Arrow, and, if so, what becomes of the team he has worked so hard to assemble? Will Diggle, Thea, and Laurel be left to continue Oliver’s crusade without him? And with Malcolm Merlyn having ascended to the top of the League of Assassins as the new Ra’s al Ghul, is anyone really safe?


TKC: Coincidence

by sheaes | labels: News, TKC

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Katie and I had a photoshoot scheduled for the same day – mine in Dallas, hers in New York. It was a crazy day of travelling for her and a crazy day of scheduling for me (we were shooting three #TKCProfiles that day as well).

As the hours wore on and we both finished up, I got a FaceTime alert from good ‘ol KC (as I often do when we’ve had a bear of a work day and aren’t in the same place to decompress together). When I answered, before I could even say hello, we both died laughing.

We were essentially wearing the same thing – a white scoop neck sleeveless top and a pair of jeans. Of course we were. Of course we just took outfit shots of the same look.

As it turned out, we weren’t wearing the exact same thing – her top was a long flowing Public School number (see above) and mine was actually a t-shirt bodysuit. But from my phone’s 5×3 screen, it looked like we had decided that on Wednesday’s we wear pink white muscle t’s. Coincidence.

Great minds think alike. And sometimes they put on eerily similar outfits to have pictures taken.

– Lynsey Eaton


StyleR: The Bite with Trendsetter Katie Cassidy

by sheaes | labels: Interview, News, TKC

StyleR: Katie, what kind of ‘Trendsetter’ would you categorize yourself as?
A Passionate Trendsetter.

Let’s talk about style when it comes to the characters you play on screen:
I think I’m very different in my every day/personal life than on screen (as far as style). Obviously, every character has a different type of style, a different look. It’s really important to me when creating a character, to have the right wardrobe and costume. It’s a part of my process. I’m very specific about that.

What about your style in everyday life:
I like having the attitude of not really caring what other people think and trying not to overthink and just being confident with what I’m wearing. Sometimes it’s terrible (laughs), we all make mistakes, but I like to look and feel effortless. But, if I think too much, that’s when I feel like I am having one of those bad days. For the most part, I like to mix something casual with something nice (example: ripped jeans with a blazer). It’s about what I’m feeling in the moment.

When we watch you on screen your acting seems so effortless, do you still feel nervous/anxious before performing and how do you overcome this?
The only time I think I get a bit nervous or I think too much is when I’m shooting Arrow. It has probably been the most challenging role, only because I play a lawyer and there’s a lot of legal jargon. For me, I process everything a certain way…I can’t just say words on a page and memorize it. They have to make sense to me, they have to have a meaning, a feeling, a thought. In a non-legal setting, the stuff that’s more emotional, those scenes are a lot easier for me because I know the character and our writers are so brilliant and so good that the words just come out of my mouth effortlessly.

When it comes to legal jargon, there’s nothing emotional attached to that for me. When I have the courtroom scenes, I obviously do my research and homework and figure out what these words mean but they are never emotionally driven scenes. They’re words that I don’t use in my everyday life. I didn’t go to law school obviously (laughs). It’s interesting because my business partner for my blog (Tomboy KC) used to be a lawyer. She’s not only my best friend and my business partner, but I also call her from time to time and say “I know the meaning of this but can you try and help me make sense of it in a language that I can understand.”

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Coca-Cola Ad

by sheaes | labels: Misc, Multimedia, News

You should watch this hilarious advertisement with Katie:

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Why Katie Cassidy Was Arrow Season 3’s MVP

by Becky | labels: Arrow

Katie Cassidy and her performance provided some the best and most important moments in Arrow Season 3.

Season 3 of The CW’s Arrow, the story of DC Comics’ Emerald Archer Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), was not the strongest year for the series, but it still had a number of solid elements that fans did enjoy. Despite Oliver being the main character of the show, his story was not the most interesting one to follow by the time this season of Arrow was over. Instead, the third season’s true MVP was Dinah Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy), who evolved and finally embraced her comic book destiny by becoming the Black Canary with the death of her sister, Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), who will be returning to the DC/CW world as White Canary on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow in 2016). Here is why Cassidy’s character was one of the very best parts of Arrow Season 3. Be aware that this article will contain spoilers for the entirety of Arrow‘s third season.

Best Evolution and Most Compelling Storyline

Season 2 wasn’t an easy year for this character as Laurel spiraled into a serious drug and alcohol addiction while having to deal with her sister coming back from the dead after over five years of grieving and pain. With Sara’s actual death in the opening of Season 3, it was the final step for Laurel to begin her journey to become not the Canary, but the Black Canary. While it’s a debate that is going on today with comic book films and shows, a superhero’s origin story is and will always be an important piece in the character’s overall story. Whether it’s told in flashbacks or in the present day, it needs to be there and always will because there needs to be a bigger essential reason as to why these heroes suit up in the first place, aside from just wanting to save the world. Characters like Oliver, Deathstroke, Arsenal, and Speedy have each had their own unique origins told in order to get to where they are today, but the writers gave Laurel something different. Instead of giving her the background of going through training and trials before hitting the field, it was reverse.

Read more: TV Over Mind


Life & Style Magazine

by sheaes | labels: Interview, News

There are not much about Katie these days because she is busy with filming, but the other day Katie shared a magazine scan on Facebook about her quick Q&A with the Life & Style magazine. I love these. So…

… if you want to know what she has to say about her latest holiday or the Vanity Fair Oscar Party then you just have to click



Popsugar: We Spy Style episode with Katie

by sheaes | labels: Interview, Multimedia, News, TKC

Katie visits POPSUGAR Fashion Studio and has a message for Taylor Swift:

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