"There’s one lady in Oliver’s life, just one. There’s one woman in Oliver’s life this year [is that his sister?] No! it’s Felicity […] the ship has sailed on those romances, I don’t think we’ll ever see Oliver and Sara or Oliver and Laurel together again. They will be together but not together, together. They will be teammates. We discover in the pilot the way that Oliver feels about Felicity so, because of that if we just introduce random love interests, it would kind of undersell what we do in the premiere." [x]
Stephen Amell - Comic-Con Panel at Nerd HQ, 2014 (x)
"Fame and celebrity and all that stuff is really weird, it really screws people’s heads and people who have fame and celebrity. And it’s weird because lot of people start treating you differently. "
Arrow cast - SDCC 2014
Okay so sorry in advance for a possible SDCC or/and Arrow spamming. I haven’t gone through my dash for some days but I’m about to do so now, so consider this a warning.
Q: Will we see Oliver have a challenge in being truthful and honest with [Felicity], or is that part of their attraction, that he can’t be honest and truthful with her?
A: What’s fun about the season premiere is you do get to see him be honest and truthful with her. For both good and bad. I think he’s finally revealing some secrets that she didn’t know. And her reaction to those secrets is interesting.
I think they’re in love with each other, and when you’re in love with someone it’s very hard for that person you love to tell you something that’s going to make you fall out of love with them instantaneously. But that emotional intimacy deepens their relationship, deepens their connection.
I’m sorry for not having time to catch up with messages etc. today either. Tomorrow I’m celebrating my best friend’s birthday by going with her and a group of friends to an amusement park — I’ll try getting back to everyone as soon as I can.
I’m full of apologies these days. Sorry about that too. Stay awesome, everybody!