Tomboy KC, a fashion and lifestyle site founded by Willa’s “Arrow” co-star Katie Cassidy and Lynsey Eaton, has just published a photoshoot and a new interview with Willa on their website. Read it below:
You probably know her as the one and only Thea Queen from that show we love, Arrow (or if you’re total dorks like us, Marissa’s little sister from The OC). But don’t let her characters’ girly ways fool you, Willa Holland is cool as shit and her style is all #TKC. If we have anything to do with it, this burgeoning fashionista (expect some really cool stuff coming from her soon) is going to take over as your style muse real quick like. In Part One of our two part Willaaaahh series (yeah, one time around with this chick just wasn’t enough), the Hollywood veteran fills us in on how to get her enviable care-free locks and educates us on her look. And in Part Two? Well, you’ll just have to stay tuned.
TKC: What is your favorite city to travel to?
WH: Camogli, Italy or Forte De Marmi, Italy
TKC: Favorite city you have worked in?
WH: It’s a tie between Genoa, Italy and Vancouver. I have really fallen for this city.
Our gallery has been updated with missing promotional stills from the film “Tiger Eyes”, and some of the existing files have been replaced for better quality ones. I hope you like them!
Film Productions > Tiger Eyes > Promotional Stills
Our gallery has been updated with screen captures of “Deathstroke” (“Arrow” Season 02, Episode 18). Check them out:
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Willa talked to TV Fanatic on the set of her hit television series “Arrow” and gave them the scoop on a major storyline centered around her character, Thea Queen. Watch it below:
Willa talked to The Hollywood Reporter about her hit television series “Arrow” and the changes that her character, Thea Queen, is going through. Read the article below:
In Starling City, danger is never far and this time Thea is the latest victim.
On Wednesday’s Arrow, Slade makes his move against Oliver and the repercussions are big. While Oliver scrambles to protect his family, namely Thea, whom Slade has in his clutches, a member of Team Arrow starts to doubt Oliver’s decisions.
“Thea learns something pretty massive in episode 18 and it will cause a tectonic shift in her relationship with Oliver,” previews Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim, hinting that Oliver’s sister finds herself in physical and emotional danger.
“It’s a double-edged sword,” he adds. “I can guarantee that by the end of [the episode], one of those blades is going to cut her.”
“Deathstroke” is the first of many showdowns between nemeses Slade and Oliver and provides “a lot of insight into what’s going on in [Slade's] head,” Guggenheim says. The episode, which he calls the “mid-midseason finale,” offers viewers a better understanding “of Slade’s agenda” and “where he’s coming from.
Access Hollywood has just published a new interview with Willa, read it below:
Slade Wilson has finally made his move against Oliver Queen in his quest for vengeance, and he is starting his attack by kidnapping Willa Holland’s Thea Queen.
Fans have been excited about this week’s episode, titled “Deathstroke,” so much so that some of them recreated The CW’s trailer with Legos – something Willa checked out for the first time during her interview with AccessHollywood.com.
“This is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen in my life,” Willa said of the clip, which features Lego Thea held captive by Lego Slade. “Oh my God! How did they do this? This is the greatest thing I have ever seen. This is literally the greatest thing I’ve ever seen in my life. … That’s amazing.”
And, from the intense previews, it looks like this Wednesday’s episode of “Arrow” is also amazing. Willa spoke with Access about the dark twists ahead, how things will affect Thea, Oliver’s mental state, working with Manu Bennett (Slade) and whether she’ll eventually get to kick some butt on The CW drama.
AccessHollywood.com: Is this the episode where Thea learns not to take rides from semi-strangers?
Willa Holland: Yeah, pretty much. I think she kind of learns that. I thought that was like something that would be instilled into most girls’ brains…But, apparently not.
Access: She only met him once, I think, when he came to the house?
Willa: Yeah, he didn’t seem too scary at first. But I mean, he wasn’t [necessarily] a stranger. She did know of Slade Wilson, she just didn’t know how bad Slade Wilson was.