Final ‘San Andreas’ Trailer Starring Dwayne Johnson
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There are some real world issues that some studios cannot foresee. For instance, the recent devastating Nepal earthquake death toll has exceed 7,000. Unfortunately, Warner Bros. would be releasing San Andreas, whose subject matter is dealing with a fictionalized account of a magnitude 9.0 earthquake centered along the infamous fault line.

Dwayne Johnson plays a helicopter rescue pilot who now must save his ex-wife (Carla Gugino) and his daughter (Alexandra Daddario) from the aftermath of the quake and the following aftershocks. We’ve seen a bit of the destructive force in the previous trailer, but this latest one is sure to reinforce the idea that there is no way of hiding from an earthquake. Check out the latest trailer below.

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TV Review: Arrow 3.19 “Broken Arrow”
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Season 3 Episode 19: “Broken Arrow”
Directed by Doug Aarniokoski
Written by Jake Coburn
Starring Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Willa Holland, Emily Bett Rickards, John Barrowman, Colton Haynes, Brandon Routh, Paul Blackthorne
The CW
Air Date: Wednesday, April 15th, 2015, 8:00pm

This was ultimately a great episode, with a few minor details for discussion. But before we talk about Arrow 3.19 “Broken Arrow, let’s recap what happened two weeks ago on Arrow 3.18 “Public Enemy”.

The mayor is dead and Ray (Brandon Routh) is looking at a bad prognosis after that showdown last week. He happens to have the nanotechnology to fix himself, but the doctor will not participate in anything experimental. Donna Smoak (Charlotte Ross) slinks in and distracts the doctor so Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) can inject Ray. All better!

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‘Arrow’ 3.19 “Broken Arrow” Spoilers: Saying Goodbye
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During the latest episode of Arrow, Season 3, Episode 19 titled “Broken Arrow,” we said goodbye to one of the show’s characters.

Continue reading to see who it was, what executive producers of the show had to say about the departure, and to discuss if you watched the episode. And of course, spoiler warning for Wednesday night’s episode of Arrow!

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Arrow & The Flash “Superhero Fight Club” (Video)
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I may explode at how awesome this video is. The “Superhero Fight Club” features The CW TV series superheroes and starts with The Flash (Grant Gustin) and the Arrow (Stephen Amell) getting in an elevator and riding to the bottom (as an excited fan with a Palmer Technologies box tries to talk to them).

Arrow: “Look. You’re part of the club now so I thought you deserved a proper initiation.” Presses the skull and crossbones button. “Just remember. This club has only one rule… There are no rules!”

Watch the video below. You’re welcome.

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‘Arrow’ Season 3: A Look Ahead To The Last 5 Episodes & The Stunt Series (Video)
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Arrow is taking one week off before the last 5 episodes, but that doesn’t mean we have to. The CW has given us a look-ahead video, as well as a couple of stunt videos.

Watch those videos here below.

We know at the end of Arrow 3.18 “Public Enemy” that Roy Harper aka Arsenal (Colton Haynes) turned himself in as the vigilante, even though it was not him. As he says to Oliver (Stephen Amell), “Now I get to save yours.” The “yours” he is referring to is his life, to repay Oliver for saving his life. Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) suggests The Atom (Brandon Routh) can help. “So it’s a team up. High five!” And then he high fives a scowling Oliver Queen. Ray is such an optimist.

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