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ARROW (2012-)
Role: Laurel Lance / Black Canary
Status: The CW (Season 3)
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: Suki / The Scribbler
Director: The CW
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: Editor
Type: 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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The CW Upfront Network Presentation

by sheaes | labels: Arrow, Gallery Update, News

Here we go again: this day is all about The CW, the network’s shows and the show’s casts. Katie looked faboulus on the red carper ealier this day, check it out:
(If we have anything else from the event, we will post it.)

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Katie visists SiriusXM Studios

Katie has a busy day: she started her with a morning show then she visited SiriusXM Studios if we’re not mistaken she did four (The Jolt, Alex Di, Jenny McCarthy, Howard Stern Show) interviews there + HollywoodLife’s podcast as well. (I hope I didn’t let anything out.) We can share with you two SiriusXM interviews, but they’re just audio interviews… and let’s pray for the others.

  1. Katie Cassidy is Black Canary and whole lot more
  2. Part One: Katie Cassidy on The Flash crossovers, Laurel’s development, & fight training
    Part Two: On the season finale of Arrow, when people leave the series, & The Wolves at the Door

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Get Ready for the Season Finale

by sheaes | labels: Arrow, Gallery Update

What will we see for Laurel in the finale?
Marc Guggenheim: A really great and pivotal scene with her and Paul Blackthorne. The relationship between father and daughter has been really fraught since episode 313 when she told Lance about not just that Sara (Caity Lotz) died, but that she’s been keeping this a secret from Lance basically since episode 301. It’s definitely a complex relationship. In keeping with the emotional reality that we’re trying to play with Team Arrow and that fact that Oliver’s decisions don’t have easy and quick resolutions, the same is true with respect to the Lance family. This is something that’s also going to have repercussions. Not as big. We’re not just putting a tiny little bow on everything at the end of this episode. There’s still a level of complexity in all the emotional relationships on the show.

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Wizard World Philly – From the Panel #3

by sheaes | labels: Arrow, Interview, News

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You can listen Katie’s panel from Wizard World Philly if you click the link below:

My Katie Cassidy Panel at Philly Comic Con


Wizard World Philly – From the Panel #2

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

A fan’s higlights from Katie’s panel:


Wizard World Philly – From the Panel

by sheaes | labels: Arrow, Interview, News

As everyone knows Katie is at Wizard World Philly Convetion with co-star, Stephen Amell, here are some scoop from a fan:

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  • She didn’t want to do anything but Arrow when pilot season came around. This, understandably upset her agent/manager but she felt so strongly to play this character.
  • Started training in S1 to show producers that she was ready to take on role of BC whenever they needed her.
  • Learning the legal jargon is her worst nightmare.
  • Huge fan of Catwoman. Especially Michelle Pfeiffers’ portrayal of Catwoman.
  • There’s a big storyline in the works for Laurel’s character next season.
  • She loves that her job is to workout and kick ass. Both on and off screen.
  • She’s currently doing kickboxing and martial arts as her workout regime.
  • Into the “dad bod.” Which is 30 year old dads with a bit of a belly. (I think the guy was drunk who asked that haha.)
  • If she were a meta human, she’d like to be able to teleportate.
  • If she could be a super hero, she’d be the Flash.
  • Most embarrassing moment is on the S1 gag reel. Her and Stephen were making out and he tripped and fell and she fell on top of him.
  • She stole Laurel Lance’s portfolio off the set to use for her scripts/important files.
  • Would like to try the salmon ladder for S4.
  • Loves working with Paul Blackthorne and that the cast are all great friends friends off set.
  • Face planted many times as BC. Hopes it makes the S3 gag reel.
  • Had input in the BC costume. Such as the mask, black lip, makeup.
  • She’d love a sword in BC’s arsenal of weapons. “Slicing up the bad guys would be fun!”
  • Just got a movie role. It’s a thriller. Can’t talk any more about it.

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New Project: The Wolves at the door

by sheaes | labels: News, The Wolves at the Door

Katie had to cancel her upcoming convetion in the UK because of filming sheduling problem, and now we know which film is Katie’s newest project, let’s see the details:

New Line’s upcoming period thriller The wolves at the door.
The film is sets in 1969, the film follows four friends spending a night in a posh Los Angeles mansion, who find themselves beset by a quartet of deadly killers. Miles Fisher will star opposite Arrow actress Katie Cassidy. Elizabeth Henstridge and Adam Campbell are also starring.
The Wolves At The Door is directed by frequent James Wan-cinematographer John Leonetti, from a script by Gary Dauberman. Peter Safran is producing. Shooting is scheduled from mid-May to late June in Los Angeles.

Source: Deadline

Arrow actress Katie Cassidy will play a part inspired by actress Sharon Tate in The Wolves at the Door, a micro-budget horror movie being made by New Line.

John Leonetti is directing the project that is taking its cues from the horrifying Manson Family murders that shocked Los Angeles in 1969.

Known as the Tate murders, the event saw members of the Charles Manson cult break into the home of Tate, eight-and-a-half months pregnant, and her new husband director Roman Polanski. The director was shooting in Europe at the time, but Tate was entertaining three friends. They were all stabbed and shot to death multiple times.

Insiders say the project is a home invasion thriller set in the 1960s but is not a retelling of the actual events, nor will it reference any Manson connection.

Peter Safran is producing with production aiming to start mid-May in Los Angeles.



Katie Cassidy and Tommy Cole dubbing Frozen

by Becky | labels: Multimedia, Social Media

Katie posted this hilarious video of herself and her friend, Tommy Cole, where they are singing a part of “Love is an Open Door” from Disney’s Frozen. Check it out!


We mean sandwiches… #dubs @tommycole

Posted by Katie Cassidy on Thursday, May 7, 2015


Arrow – 3.22 “This is Your Sword” In Review

by Becky | labels: Arrow, Reviews

There are mixed reviews for last night’s episode of Arrow on the internet, some of them praise it for it’s daring writing, but some critics think that the twists were not as unexpected as the writers expected them to be. Below, you can read any Katie and Laurel related comments the reviewers had to share. However, my question though, that no one seems to be asking: Why the hell did Laurel not bring her Canary Cry against the League? Seriously… beyond me. Felicity seems to be a fairly polarizing character in general, but she definitely veered a little too deep into annoying territory this week. I suppose after everything she and Oliver have been through that Felicity, not Laurel, should be the voice of reason and the one to urge faith in their friend. (…) That battle sequence was a highlight in general. It didn’t paint the League in a very competent light (seriously, not one ninja thought to use ranged weapons instead of blindly charging into the fray?), but it allowed all of our heroes to get in some solid ass-kicking. Merlyn reminded us he’s still a force to be reckoned with, while Laurel showcased her slowly improving skills. 

The AV Club: As is often the case on Arrow, the action set pieces are the highlight here. Laurel and Diggle’s gangland brawl is fun, a perfect opportunity to bring back Laurel’s shiny new Cisco-enhanced Canary Cry, and though it may not work out for them, the team’s attempt on Ra’s’ plane is an exciting sequence. Having Ray fully onboard for the last push of the season makes sense and his suit has gone through enough modifications and trials that his transformation from adorable try-hard to legit vigilante feels earned. Laurel has similarly cemented her place on the team as well as her abilities as a fighter, believably holding her own against the League, which would have seemed impossible at the start of the season.

Den of Geek: I’ve kinda come around to Laurel as the Canary, though. The Canary Cry is appropriate for this show, and then watching her operate in Nanda Parbat, where there’s no need for additional disguise, was kind of refreshing. I’d like to see if they can find a way around that ridiculous wig for next year.

TVFanatic: Laurel didn’t even get to wish the bride well before her wedding. They’re besties and everything!

Examiner: What no one believed Malcolm or Tatsu? How shocking. It would not have felt right if Diggle, Felicity, and Laurel just jumped on board, especially after witnessing first hand how much Oliver had changed. Diggle and Laurel ultimately decided because their city was at risk, which spoke to both of their characters and how seriously they take their job as vigilantes.

411MANIA: There are multiple layers happening in almost every frame – minus the Maseo/Tatsu fight scene – and it also continues the characters’ narratives. For instance, Merlyn saves Laurel’s life, but she still rightfully hates his guts.



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