‘Arrow’ Showrunner On “Olicity” Relationship In Season 6

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The complicated relationship between Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak appears to be staying that way. After a long buildup over the past two seasons, the season 5 finale saw Olicity come to a dead stop. This weekend at Comic-Con, ComicBook.com asked executive producer Marc Guggenheim what fans can expect from the pair in season 6. Check out what he had to say below:

“I’m going to give a very unsatisfying answer to the Olicity fans, which is that we sort of set Oliver and Felicity on a certain trajectory starting with 520, and you saw a little bit of it in 523. We’re continuing it. I will say that the events of the finale did throw a little bit of a wrench into their slow rekindling of their relationship.”

Going by the trailer released for the upcoming season, it seems that Oliver’s son William might just be that wrench. Perhaps William becoming a larger part of his father’s life is not something Felicity is totally on board with?

No matter what capacity Olicity continues on in, as always be sure to follow Heroic Hollywood for all news about the upcoming season.

With the future of the team left hanging in the balance, Arrow gave new definition to the phrase “blowing up the show.” The emotional showdown between Oliver Queen and Adrian Chase was the perfect conclusion to a stellar fifth season of The CW’s gritty DC Super Hero series. Now, the focus shifts to uncovering the fate of each and every member of Team Arrow. Could anyone have possibly survived an island-wide explosion, or has the book closed on them, as it has on Oliver’s five-year flashback story?

Arrow season six will premiere on Thursday, October 12 at 9/8c on The CW.

Source: ComicBook.com

8 Reasons Why DC’s TV Shows Are Better Than Marvel’s

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While the superheroes are taking turns bringing their A-game to the big screen, the small screen has seen its fair share of superheroes as well. With comic book movies boom being at an all-time high, television series have also arisen to take their place, showing off more heroes in a smaller budget. These series have ranged in quality from being widely loved to widely criticized on both sides of DC and Marvel, but in general it seems as if DC has produced some of the better shows. While Marvel has so far done better on the big screen, DC has taken up the mantle of television dominance. They have created multiple series for different networks and have made some great TV content over the past few years. DC has also out-shined Marvel for several years and with competition increasing, it’s a good time to look at the reasons why that is. Click next to take a look. 

Bryan Smith

Bryan Smith

Heroic Hollywood Weekend Editor. Pop culture fanatic, writer, and filmmaker. Almost always found on Twitter.

  • TonioPS

    As long as They can make money out of it, eventually will happen! That’s safe money!