John Diggle may be a man always at Oliver Queen's side, but soon he'll be making an appearance in 'The Flash'.
Though he's a man who's often found in Star City, John Diggle (David Ramsey) will be making the jump to 'The Flash' for a future episode, and is reportedly set to tie into the plan with this season's 'Big Bad', The Thinker. Not much is known about what he'll be getting up to aside from that, but we imagine his falling out with Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) in 'Arrow' will be one of the reasons for him crossing over.
David Ramsey's Diggle is moving to 'The Flash'
His confrontations with Oliver have left Diggle signing up to A.R.G.U.S. alongside his wife, but his time there could be fleeting. According to EW, Ramsey has teased his character as being set to "tear through some A.R.G.U.S. agents", but added that his experience with the series has been "all light".
Continue reading: David Ramsey Taking Diggle To 'The Flash'
David Ramsey suggests his 'Arrow' character Diggle could fight Oliver for the Green Arrow mantle.
The 'Arrowverse' is an increasingly complicated place for its residents to navigate. Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) has been through the ringer in his adventures to save Star City and beyond from crime and fates worse than death, and it now looks as if his circle of conflict and resolution with best friend John Diggle (David Ramsey) will take another turn for the worse.
David Ramsey has played John Diggle in 'Arrow' since the show's first season
In the past, we've seen Oliver and Diggle go from being best buddies to complete rivals, with utterly different perspectives on how to tackle troubles and solve problems. They butt heads consistently, but in the end they always seem to come back together again. Diggle has even taken on the mantle of Green Arrow in the past, when Oliver stepped away from the role. Now though, their friendship could be about to go up in flames for good.
Continue reading: David Ramsey Teases Potential 'Arrow' Conflict Between Oliver And Diggle
Alice Eckle is a roller-skating waitress deeply in love with Indiana State Trooper Scott. Before the two can get engaged, however, Eckle suffers a severe accident with a nail gun and gets a nail lodged deep in her skull. Unfortunately for her, she doesn't have any health insurance so she is forced to walk away from hospital without any surgery to remove it. In the meantime, she suffers brain damage which causes her to have mood swings, an increased sex drive and unpredictable behaviours. Needless to say, Scott is less than keen on the idea of marrying her now. No matter though, Alice appears to have other things on her mind; she wants to meet young Congressman Howard Birdwell to show her support for his proposition of beginning a healthcare bill. Unfortunately, he doesn't seem to have a clue what he's talking about, but that doesn't stop her falling head over heels for him.
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[Spoiler Caution]...And she certainly looks "ravaging."
CW's Arrow has finally introduced new DC Comics villain Ravager, who was created in last night's episode of the superhero TV drama. DC fans were certainly in for a pleasant surprise despite the entrance of Ravager proving to be the show's worst-kept secret after photos of actress Summer Glau taken on set were leaked earlier this month.
Summer Glau's 'Arrow' Character Takes On A Formidable New Angle As Ravager.
We learn that the becoming the baddie is the fate of Isabel Rochev (Glau), who had an affair with Oliver's father back when she was an intern and has held a grudge over him choosing his family over her. She sets out for revenge and teams up with Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) but winds up gets shot in the chest by Diggle (David Ramsey). Slade uses the Mirakuru and his own blood to bring Isabel back to life, bestowing her with incredible, superhuman strength.
Continue reading: 'Arrow' Introduces Classic DC Villain, Played By Summer Glau
Sonny Weaver, Jr. is the general manager of National Football League team the Cleveland Browns who is faced with immediate dismissal if he does not put together an unbeatable draft pick for his team. With pressure from his associates and from Browns fans, he wants to make a spectacular impact on the football world on draft day but, with his ideas being very different from everyone else's, he's in for a big struggle to bring everyone round to his way of thinking and after making what seems like a professionally suicidal trade, even his mother starts to lose faith in him. Excitement builds as draft day nears, with everyone baffled by what could possibly be in store for the Cleveland Browns; but will Sonny pull through with the number one pick of the year?
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Fortunately writer-director Garcia is very careful to avoid wallowing in sentimentality.
Elizabeth (Watts) is a shark-like lawyer who easily seduces her new boss Paul (Jackson). She's had a difficult emotional life, and prefers to keep things under control, managing her friendships and relationships with icy distance.
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