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On tonight's episode of "Arrow" Oliver had to make a choice between saving the life of his enemy, Malcolm Merlyn, or his sister, Thea Queen.
Tonight's episode of "Arrow" was one of the craziest of the entire season, especially because so many familiar faces returned, including Roy Harper.
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.
"Arrow" winter finales are notorious for dropping huge bombs and cliffhangers, and this episode was no different, as Darhk took his revenge.
Following the events of "Dark Waters," "Arrow" fans will have to wait until 2016 to find out the fate of a main character. SPOILERS!
In a new promo for "Dark Waters," Damien Darhk targets Oliver Queen's family and friends in his war against Star City.
David Tennant, Krysten Ritter and more discuss their Marvel roles; Neal McDonough alludes to what Darhk wants with Queen and more.
Though he has met Green Arrow, Damien Darhk has never met Oliver Queen -- at least until now in "Brotherhood," the latest episode of "Arrow."
While Damien Darhk sets his sights on Oliver's campaign, Ray Palmer rejoins Team Arrow in photos from "Brotherhood."
Is the object Damien Darhk unfolded last night on "Arrow" a Mother Box, another artifact from DC Comics history, or something else entirely?
Felicity's journey in this episode explores her passion to rescue Ray Palmer, tensions with her mother and her first fight with Oliver.
The cast of "Arrow" weighed in on season four's upcoming plots, including Darhk's "shocking" personal life, who supports Oliver's candidacy and more.
Oliver and Diggle try to restore their friendship, Thea seeks to restore her sanity, and Laurel attempts to restore Sara's life.
A stray rumor says Netflix could bring Moon Knight to life; Damien Darhk and Malcolm Merlyn bring new trouble to "Arrow" and more.
Mehcad Brooks might rock one of Jimmy's iconic accessories; Jon Watts gives a shout out to "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane" and more.
Actor Neal McDonough has revealed that his ageless character will appear in the other two CW DC superhero series.
"Arrow" showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle talk the major events of the season four premiere, including some insight into that ending.
Thea and Laurel get in on the action and Darhk interrupts a private meeting Quentin Lance is attending in two new clips from the "Arrow" premiere.
The synopsis for the "Arrow" season four premiere reveals Oliver Queen will face some animosity when he returns to the vigilante group he founded.
The CW has released 20 images from the fourth season premiere of "Arrow," including a look at the season's villain, Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough).
Sure, the "Arrow" season four trailer is less than two minutes long, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to dissect and obsess over.
"Batman v Superman's" production designer talks up Batmobile's "rough" edges; Neal McDonough's villain appears in a post from Paul Blackthorne and more.
"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con about his Marvel Comics series, the "Flash"/"Arrow" spinoff and new villain Damien Darhk.
McDonough will play Ra's al Ghul's longtime rival and H.I.V.E. leader Damien Darhk on the upcoming season four of The CW's "Arrow."
The S.T.A.R. Labs crew tries to solve the mystery of Firestorm; David Ayer begins work on his villain team-up film and more.
Wright and Cornish maintain a story credit on "Ant-Man"; the man behind the mo-cap brings "Guardians'" dance craze to life and more.
A new photo from the "Agents of SHIELD" season two premiere shows Peggy Carter alongside Howling Commandos Dum Dum Dugan and Jim Morita.
The newest theatrical trailer for "RED 2" has hit online, featuring the return of Bruce Willis as retired CIA agent Frank Moses as he reunites his team of elite operatives for another mission.
Neal McDonough, who played Dum Dum Dugan in "Captain America: The First Avenger," says a sequel will begin shooting late this year, "hopefully" to be followed by a Nick Fury movie.