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I’ve added HQ LA Times portrait add-on photos to our gallery of Stephen Amell from Comic-Con.
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Casey Jones will take up his regular arsenal of sports equipment in Ninja Turtles 2, but that doesn’t mean he’ll be the same jovial character we’ve seen before.
Speaking with IGN Live at Comic-Con — you can see the full interview below — actor Stephen Amell discussed his role as Casey Jones in the upcoming sequel to 2014’s Ninja Turtles.
It’s certainly not your father’s or your younger self’s Casey Jones, but that’s because we meet him at a very different time in his development,” Amell said.
“He is not the Casey Jones that a lot of comic fans have come to know and love. He is a guy with a job that lives in New York and loves hockey. When things go awry, [and] when he goes through the normal methods of what someone would do when they’re [a] law-abiding citizen and he’s met with laughter and scorn… he decides to take things into his own hands.”
An image of Amell in costume on the set of the film was released in early May, showing him as the classic character wielding a hockey stick.
Amell indicated he picked up some notable new skills making the movie, turning to his Arrow executive producer Wendy Mericle and saying, “By the way, if Oliver needs to do any new fighting this year, I would suggest a baseball bat or a hockey stick, because I am now proficient!”
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 will debut in theaters on June 3, 2016.
I’ve added photos to our gallery of Stephen Amell attending ‘BatKid Begins’ film screening in New York from June 9, 2015.
Arrow’s Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards Role-Play Olicity’s Domestic Bliss and it Might Be Better Than the Real Thing!
The first stop on Olicity’s journey post-driving off into the sunset in Arrow’s season finale? Comic-Con. Duh.
Ever wondered what Oliver and Felicity would be like if they were just a normal couple, hanging out at home on a Tuesday night? Well, wonder no more because we got Stephen and Emily to do a little improv for us, role-playing Olicity as—gasp!— a regular, boring couple. What follows is possibly the best fake-fight over over-cooked lamb you’ve ever seen. That is, until they get into it over what to watch on TV that night…and who has control over the remote.
I’ve added a bunch of photos to our gallery of Stephen Amell at this years Comic-Con International at the San Diego Covention Center in San Diego.