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Published On: Wed, Sep 4th, 2013

New ‘Arrow’ season 2 preview follows Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, ‘time to continue the war’

 Oliver Queen is back in the Green Arrow TV series, Arrow, with Stephen Amell returning as the titular character.

In the new promo for season two, The Hood isn’t ready to give up just yet. As he put it, “We all lost something in this fight.” And now that the battle’s over, it’s time to continue the war. This time, Oliver’s “trying another way.”

Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen from "Lone Gunman" episode of "Arrow" CW Network

Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen from “Lone Gunman” episode of “Arrow” CW Network

“When the hood goes up, you better pray,” because Oliver is only getting started: “What doesn’t kill me only makes me sharper.”

Season 2 promises to deliver a ton of surprises, cameos and the introduction of the Flash. More on that news here

The Spartacus actress, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, who has also appeared on episodes of FlashForward and The Vampire Diaries, will take on the famous DC Comics role of Amanda Waller, TV Guide reports.

According to comic book lore, character works for the secret organization A.R.G.U.S. (Advanced Research Group United Support) and runs the Suicide Squad, which will be comprised this fall of Michael Rowe’s Deadshot and the Bronze Tiger, who will be portrayed by Michael Jai White.

Look for Addai-Robinson to debut as Waller on Episode 6

Arrow season 2 begins October 9.

 

http://insidetv.ew.com/2013/09/04/arrow-season-two-preview/

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