Paul Blackthorne has played Quentin Lance in 'Arrow' since the show's debut.
This week, it's been revealed that 'Arrow' will be losing yet another major character in the coming weeks, ahead of the premiere of the show's seventh season. The news comes after Willa Holland decided to exit the series, taking the character of Thea Queen with her and leaving Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) without his sister in Star City.
Paul Blackthorne is ready to move on from 'Arrow'
Though she looked to be getting her happy ending with Roy (Colton Haynes), it was recently reported that Haynes would be making a return as a series regular to 'Arrow' when the new season debuts, so exactly where that leaves her is all up in the air!
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After getting held hostage and nearly killed in 'Dumb and Dumber', the only trauma Lloyd Christmas appears to be feeling is from the rejection of a beautiful woman. Or not, as the case may be. After a 20-year long prank on Lloyd's part, he and Harry Dunne are back in action and return to their home in Rhode Island. Soon, though, Harry gets the shock of his life when he finds out that he has a 23-year-old daughter after finally opening his mail and the pair excitedly decide to track her down. However, it seems the mother gave her up for adoption a long time ago so their search becomes more difficult than they imagined. Lloyd will do anything to help Harry find her though, after falling in love once again when he claps eyes on her photo. The question is, does she really want to be found? And, if she does, how does she feel about having a father who barely knows how to take care of himself?
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Paul Blackthorne - CW, CBS and Showtime 2013 Summer TCA Party - Arrivals - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 29th July 2013
Paul Blackthorne Tuesday 10th January 2012 Disney ABC Television Group Hosts TCA Winter Press Tour - arrivals Pasadena, California
Nevertheless, what has been lacking for many Americans like myself, curious to know what Indian movies are all about, is a Bollywood production with real crossover potential. If you're one of those interested people, look no further than Lagaan: Once Upon A Time In India, written and directed by Ashutosh Gowarider. Although movies like ABCD (which stands for American Born Confused Deshi), American Chai, and Monsoon Wedding have exposed Western audiences to a fascinating Indian culture, they are not cut from the traditional Indian movie blueprint. Thankfully, Lagaan is a film made by Indian filmmakers for a primarily Indian audience... but that can be enjoyed by anyone with an open mind.
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