‘Arrow’ Stars Not Opposed To A Felicity-Oliver-Black Siren Love Triangle

Arrow Felicity Black SirenIf you’re an Arrow fan, you’re either in the Olicity crowd or the “dear God, no” crowd. Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity’s (Emily Bett Rickards) relationship has divided the fan base for seasons now. Currently, Olicity is the thing of the past, but if the teases and moments Oliver and Felicity shared at the end of the season 5 are any indication, the pair could come back together.

To throw a potential wrench into things, Rickards and Katie Cassidy – who played Laurel Lance and who now plays Black Siren – entertained the idea of a Felicity-Oliver-Black Siren love triangle, and both said they think the idea has potential.

While answering questions at a Heroes & Villains Fan Fest in London over the past weekend, the two Arrow stars were asked what they thought about the idea of such a love triangle.

Emily Bett Rickards seems to be on board with the idea, saying “I wanna watch it. I’d watch that show!”

Chiming in, Cassidy said: “That’s interesting. That would be a really interesting dynamic. I don’t know why, maybe it’s because we’re so close, but it’s so fun playing my Black Siren against Felicity. I just think this whole other thing comes out of me.”

Even though both Rickards and Cassidy aren’t opposed to the idea, the thought of such a love triangle might just make at least half the Arrow fandom implode. Plus, Black Siren is a relatively new character without a lot of established backstory, so there’s a lot more work to be done with the character, and it’s doubtful the Arrow writers would even consider having Oliver fall for her – even if she does have Laurel’s face. Still, it is Arrow and crazier things have happened.

Arrow Season 6 will begin sometime in October in its new time slot: Thursday nights at 9/8c on The CW.

Source: Comicbook.com 

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  • whalebale

    No love triangle, Oliver is true to Felicity … she is his light and love

    • Christina Beggs

      I agree with you. Plus I am just tired of something constantly getting in their way. They’ve grown together and then apart to where they need to be at this point and a love triangle between 2 heroes and a villain is just frustrating for Olicity fans. I might break my TV if I see that on the show. Plus, I really hope that Oliver’s constant need to fix or save Laurel in any form is over because it’s time to learn from his mistakes.

  • TheNameisAndres

    No thanks. Black Siren deserves better than Oliver.