Arrow‘s closing ten episodes are set to result in rather a lot of firsts for the present, together with sequence star Katie Cassidy Rodgers making her directorial debut on the season’s third episode. While followers will nonetheless have to attend a bit to see her directorial debut, which is titled “Leap of Faith”, she just lately took to social media to share a glance behind-the-scenes. In a photograph, which you’ll try beneath, Cassidy Rodgers will be seen hugging sequence star Stephen Amell on the ultimate day of her directing the episode.
It was unbelievable. Thank you for sporting the “hood” for me Stephen… oh and 803 LOOKS DOPE! 🖤 #TB to @stephenamell congratulating me on my closing day of directing. @cw_arrow @thecw @wbpictures #BLESSED pic.twitter.com/CWhMU6tuq4
“I would really like to congratulate Katie,” Amell stated on social media late final month. “This was her first episode directing and she did a really, really lovely job. She doesn’t like to do a lot of takes, which I like. In general, I’m sure it can be really intimidating but she gave a lot to the actors and was really positive and frankly, put me in a position where I wanted to deliver a good performance for her… She’ll direct again! She was really great.”
Coincidentally, the title of Cassidy Rodgers’ episode matches a 1992 Bruce Springsteen music of the identical identify, whose catalog Arrow likes to attract inspiration from for its penultimate episodes. This is the second non-penultimate Arrow episode to share a reputation with a Springsteen title, outdoors of Season 2’s “The Promise”.
While it is unclear precisely what “Leap of Faith” will probably be about, the truth that Cassidy Rodgers mentions Amell sporting “the Hood” in her tweet is definitely attention-grabbing. The season is supposedly paying homage to key moments from Arrow‘s historical past, so there’s an opportunity that the episode may name again to Oliver’s early days as a vigilante in Season 1 and Season 2.
Cassidy Rodgers initially broke the information about her directorial debut throughout final month’s San Diego Comic-Con.
“Throughout the years I always have wanted to, and I just started shadowing more and shadowing more, and I recently did the Warner Bros. directors’ program, which was incredible,” Cassidy Rodgers revealed on the time. “It’s going to be fun. I can’t wait to direct all you!”
Cassidy Rodgers is not the one Arrowverse actress to step behind the digital camera this season, with Supergirl star Melissa Benoist, Legends of Tomorrow‘s Caity Lotz, and The Flash‘s Danielle Panabaker all doing the identical on their respective exhibits.
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Arrow’s closing season will start Tuesday, October 15th, at 9/8c on The CW.