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He'll guest star in a mystery role in the upcoming second season of Fox's horror-comedy, which has added John Stamos and Taylor Lautner to the cast.
"Arrow's" Colton Haynes discusses why he left the series, opening up about his mental and physical health.
The new mobile game has launched from Marvel and TinyCo, featuring an all-star voice cast portraying the heroes of the Marvel Universe.
Tonight's episode of "Arrow" was one of the craziest of the entire season, especially because so many familiar faces returned, including Roy Harper.
Arsenal makes his return to Star City, as "Arrow" prepares to deal with the Calculator in "Unchained."
Wendy Mericle spoke with CBR about the second half of "Arrow" Season 4, the ongoing fight against Damien Darhk and balancing all those characters.
The return of Colton Haynes as Roy Harper and much more are highlighted in the brand-new trailer for the second half of "Arrow" season four.
Haynes, who played Roy Harper in the first three seasons of "Arrow," revealed he has returned to Vancouver to appear on the show.
The stars of "Suicide Squad" sound off on their characters; magazine scans show off the cast of the DC villain movie and more.
The Flash, Arrow, Black Canary and more battle the Reverse Flash, Ra's al Ghul, Malcolm Merlyn and the Rogues in a new "Fight Club"-style poster.
"Gotham" EP Bruno Heller revealed that season two will start with a Joker-centric story; the Storm siblings and Doom get new photos and more.
"Arrow" executive producers Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim spoke about the major changes to Team Arrow following tonight's new episode.
The third season of "Arrow" is nearing its conclusion, and The CW has released two new posters of Oliver and Roy before the final stretch.
In a new clip for "Public Enemy," Oliver and his friends fall right into Ra's al Ghul's trap.
The "Arrow" stunt team gives their insight on a few fight scenes, including Oliver and company's conflicts against Captain Boomerang and Cupid.
Black Canary (Katie Cassidy) gets a helping hand from Arsenal (Colton Haynes) in an exclusive clip from tonight's "Arrow."
A new rumor has Constantine and Zatanna heading up the DC team; Ryan Reynolds says they're doing "Deadpool" the "right way" and more.
Stephen Amell hints that the Lazarus Pit has already appeared on "Arrow"; Ryan Reynolds will head home to Vancouver for "Deadpool" and more.
The actor gives a glimpse at the path ahead for Roy Harper in the wake of Oliver Queen's mysterious end.
Marc Guggenheim hints at what the future holds for Starling City, Oliver and Felicity's relationship, new heroes & villains and more!
"Arrow" continues to expand the DC TV world with characters like Ray Palmer and Ra's Al Ghul joining the hit drama while testing its namesake hero and his allies.
The CW has debuted the first photo of star Colton Haynes as Arsenal, Roy Harper's costumed identity on the third season of "Arrow."
Tonight, "Arrow" begins training Roy Harper for his superhero destiny, and actor Colton Haynes explains why it's all prelude to more DC Universe guest stars.
"Arrow's" Colton Haynes describes his fight against Brother Blood, his Season 2 arc and whether Roy will don Arsenal's costume.
In a series of posters in promotion for "Arrow's" second season, actors Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Colton Haynes and Manu Bennett go shirtless for a close-up look at the men of "Arrow."
The CW has released the first promotional poster for "Arrow" season two, featuring a new look at old, familiar faces including cast members Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards, David Ramsey and more.
Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy and others from The CW's "Arrow" talk about expanding the world in Season 2, including more villains, from Deadshot to A.R.G.U.S,. and more crossover between Starling City and the island.
"Teen Wolf" alum Colton Haynes, who debuted as Roy Harper in the Feb. 20 episode of "Arrow," has been made a series regular for the second season of The CW’s hit superhero drama.
Continuing its embrace of DC Comics mythology, the CW's "Arrow" has cast "Teen Wolf" alum Colton Haynes in the role of Roy Harper, better known in the DCU as Speedy, Red Arrow and Arsenal.