Oliver Calls On The Bratva For Help In ‘Arrow’ 5.18 Synopsis

Heroic Hollywood | Green Arrow Tracks Down Prometheus In 'Arrow' 5.10 Photos image 10The CW has released the official description for the eighteenth episode of Arrow Season 5 titled “Disbanded”. Is Team Green Arrow about to be disbanded…again? You will have to wait till Wednesday, March 29 to find out. The show officially returns next week with the sixteenth episode of the fifth season when Arrow deals with the big reveal of who Prometheus is. Make sure to check out our review for last week’s episode “Fighting Fire With Fire” which featured the identity of Prometheus by clicking here.

“Disbanded” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)

OLIVER CALLS ON THE BRATVA FOR HELP — Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) are shocked by Oliver’s (Stephen Amell) decision to call on the Bratva to help take down Prometheus (Josh Segurra). Concerned the Bratva may overstep, Diggle has a hard conversation with Oliver about what happens if things go south. Meanwhile, Felicity learns something shocking at Helix. J.J. Makaro directed the episode written by Rebecca Bellotto (#518).  Original airdate 3/29/2017.”

Arrow airs on Wednesday nights at 8/7c on The CW. Make sure to check back at Heroic Hollywood after every single episode of Season 5 for our weekly reviews.

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5 Ways To Make The ‘Shazam’ Movie Relatable & Engaging

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Shazam DC ComicsThe DC Extended Universe is set to expand to new heights in the next few years. Not only will we see the Aquaman hit the big screen this year, but we also have exciting movies like Dark Universe and Shazam! coming soon.

Shazam — a.k.a. Captain Marvel, though I doubt DC will ever call him that again — is a perfect character to bring to the big screen. The dark, gritty vibe of the DCEU works for characters like Batman or the Suicide Squad, but Shazam deserves something a bit more bright and lively.

The story of Billy Batson walking into a magical world and gaining both the powers of distinct mythical deities and the appearance of a strong adult, He-Man style, is perfect for the big screen. But, as with a lot of superheroes, the trick is making them relatable, and Shazam, with his magic and transformative powers, could be the trickiest of all.

Click the Next button and shout “Shazam” to find out the five ways I think Warner Bros. can make his movie relatable and engaging.

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Andy Behbakht

Andy Behbakht is an online entertainment journalist who has been covering television and movies since 2010. In addition, he is also a podcast producer.