“One of the things that I’m most proud about is that, 25 years from now, if they made a Green Arrow film, they would have to make it with John Diggle and Felicity Smoak… I would hope that if you were looking at the blueprint of how to do a successful Arrow show, people would be like, ‘Yeah, you have to have those characters – those characters are a part of it now.’”
“Personally it was strange to not know what exactly Oliver’s feelings were for Felicity. Much like her, it was like trying to solve a puzzle when it came to their scenes together sometimes. Luckily Oliver didn’t make either of us wait long when he made it very clear that he was all in.”
A major clarification from David about the Olicity baby. The story line was on Beth’s season outline, but currently it has yet to be green lit by Greg and the network. So it’s highly likely, it will happen. But if it doesn’t this time, don’t blame the writers.
Why We LOVE Olicity (Arrow’s Oliver Queen + Felicity Smoak) | Shipworthy ❤️⚓
Published on May 30, 2018This week’s ship: OLICITY, aka Arrow’s very own Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards). No matter how many bad guys Star City throws at this relationship there just isn’t any going back. Let’s take a look at this two time ‘Ship of the Year’ winning couple and see why we love them just oh so much.
We will relive their humble beginnings in Anchors Aweigh, rewatching our favorite moments in Knotty Or Nice with both cute and steamy scenes featuring Olicity, and we have an EXCLUSIVE interview with Stephen Amell who calls Oliver and Felicity “soulmates.”
“I don’t know if I would be interested in exploring that storyline [Olicity baby] right now with Felicity,” Bett Rickards tells TV Guide. “I feel like she deserves a little something more than that, and I don’t want that to be taken the wrong way. I’d just be interested in seeing her, I don’t know, like, deal with a villain face-to-face for a consistent number of episodes?”
“I think that it’s going to be…we can’t go bigger than we went last year, so we’re going more specific… . We are gonna introduce a new storytelling technique that I’m really excited about. All that I can say.”