Stephen Amell firmly believes he nonetheless has some arrows left in his quiver.
This week on The CW’s The Flash, Amell in fact reprised his position as Oliver Queen/Spectre/Inexperienced Arrow, greater than three years after the Arrowverse’s flagship sequence wrapped its eight-season, 170-episode run.
“Going again and doing that was actually, actually thrilling. But additionally, by the top of the second evening, filming these combat scenes, I used to be like, ‘OK! That’s sufficient,” he instructed TVLine, laughing.
But when TVLine requested Amell if he now feels as if he has really suited up for the final time because the emerald archer, he was fast to say, “I don’t assume so.”
Any subsequent spherical as Inexperienced Arrow, although, must have a extra finite timetable.
“We had a great run on The CW within the Arrowverse,” Amell famous, “however the thought of twenty-two or 23 episodes a 12 months…. That’s a really particular approach to make tv, with act breaks and all these issues. I had had my fill of taking part in Arrow in that specific medium.
“However the thought of going again and doing one thing on a restricted foundation, or doing a film,” is totally of curiosity to Amell, he mentioned.
As is having Oliver ship extra brutal beatdowns.
Reflecting on the combat sequences proven in new flashbacks in Arrow‘s remaining hour — and possibly exaggerating a smidgen — Amell mentioned, “We had scenes in our sequence finale the place I will need to have killed, like, 100 folks, however we had been by no means allowed to indicate any blood. A number of this hand-to-hand stuff can pack a lot extra of a punch if now we have slightly extra freedom when it comes to what we will present,” as could be the case with a streaming sequence or a DC film, for instance.
Would you wish to see Amell swimsuit up once more, as a good grittier Inexperienced Arrow?