Arrow season 5 spoilers tease about flashbacks. This time around, fans might appreciate the use of this storytelling method owing to its interesting context.
The series promised to say goodbye to flashbacks in season 6. However, before then, the producer and writers intend to use the storytelling method one more time according to the latest Arrow season 5 spoilers guide.
Executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed the details of the upcoming flashback in season 5. Moreover, he expressed confidence about fans’ interest for action movie icon Dolph Lundgren and the Bratva flashbacks.
Arrow Season 5 Spoilers Guide on Russian-Centric Episode
“Russia is very much in the zeitgeist these days, and coming into the back half of the year, we’re doing a lot more with Russia. We’re going to do a Russia-centric episode, a flashback-centric episode like we did in the first three years of the show,” Guggenheim told ComicBook.com.
“We’ll be doing that later on in the season and that will have Dolph Lundgren’s character, Konstantin Kovar, very much front and center,” Guggenheim added. The episode is still in the works.
However, the Arrow EP hinted at a key meeting between Konstantin and an American multimillionaire businessman. Arrow season 5 spoilers surmise this could likely happen in episode 13. The episode seems rather timely given the attention on Russia of late.
More Arrow Season 5 Spoilers
Meanwhile, additional Arrow season 5 spoilers cast interest at the entry of another female vigilante to the series. Dan Wickline of Bleeding Cool cited the synopsis released by CW for episode 11 of the current season.
Indeed, it reveals a number of interesting details for fans to look forward to. Yet it seems one particular detail from it raised Wickline’s curiosity. It is about a female vigilante whom Curtis discovers. So, who could she be?
Speculation is rife it might be Tina Boland who winds up being the new Black Canary. Indeed, EP Wendy Mericle did reveal the presence of the Black Canary is essential to the Green Arrow. Hence, the Earth-2 Laurel might be the solution to keep the Canary Cry natural.
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