ByTom Somerfield, writer at Creators.co
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So - before you read this - you oughta know that a week ago Moviepilot sent me as press to London MCM Comic-Con 2015. Wait, uh, let me say that again... Moviepilot sent me as press to London MCM Comic-Con 2015. I'm not boasting, I just really think that this site has pretty darn awesome perks, and that out of those perks you can get some pretty darn awesome posts.

Cough cough.

"Is this... Is this one of those posts?"
"Is this... Is this one of those posts?"

Yes, Sarab, it is. Unfortunately for you though, it's about your death.

Oh...
Oh...

What I have failed to tell you, however, is that (quite awesomely) Moviepilot also secured a press panel interview with three main stars of the show: Willa Holland who plays Thea Queen, Karl Yune who is Sarab himself, and Rila Fukushima who portrays Tatsu Yamashiro, or more recently Katana.

My interview with the stars!
My interview with the stars!

So, from this, you can expect a slurry of articles of which this the first. It was roughly a twenty-five minute interview, so to kind of dollop the whole thing online would not only take me ages to write, but probably not interest you guys as much as this will. Well, I hope that's the case, because this is the format I've gone for. Um...

"But I would have liked the whole interview..."
"But I would have liked the whole interview..."

RIGHT SO, back to business...

Potential Arrow: Season Three spoilers could be found below. Read on in confidence... Or wonderful ignorance, whichever...

In the last couple of episodes of Arrow, we saw Karl Yune's present-time character die at the hands of his 'ex-wife' (honestly, I'm not sure if you really ever file for divorce whilst chopping it up with Ra's Al Ghul) Tatsu, in her newly-outfiteed Katana alias. Which, by the way looks badass. When asked about his character's demise though, he said:

When I heard Sarab was due to go at the hands of Katana, I thought that was... I thought that was brilliant. I'm a huge Shakespeare fan...

So he's obviously happy with the way he went, right? Which is cool, I definitely would prefer Karl Yune to be happy, partly because when he's upset he goes off to become one of the best assassins on Earth... uh...

It's okay, Deadshot, you're okay too.
It's okay, Deadshot, you're okay too.

His past self had just dissappeared to go off and become a member of the League's ranks, so there's not much chance of expansion in that are really. When I asked about his future role in the series' future, he said this to me:

Marc (Guggenheim) has told me "don't make any plans." When he first told me Maseo was going to uh, die before the end of the season, he sounded really nervous and apprehensive, so I told him I was just a huge fan of the story and of the show itself. I could certainly use a vacation, it's good for the story, and I shouldn't "make any plans."

So we can go two ways with this - does Marc, as a writer and producer of the show - mean that Karl should stay free, in case they do decide to write him back to life? Or does he mean that Karl shouldn't expect to return to set, and so should "not make any plans" to be back on camera?

In my opinion, I think Karl and Stephen held some really good on-screen chemistry, and as Willa said in the interview, all the actors feel as if they've "lucked the heck out working with each other," so why get rid of this? The dynamic duo of Sarab and Green Arrow, backed up by the new Speedy could be a really cool visual for me.

Hmm... Intriguing...
Hmm... Intriguing...

But what do you guys think? Remember, there's plenty more exclusive Arrow gossip heading you way - leave your thoughts in the comments, and be sure to take the poll! Until next time...

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