Fan Fest Chicago: Stephen Amell Panel Highlights

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From heroes and villains to the undead and terrifying, the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center was transformed into a con-goers paradise this weekend.

With a star-studded weekend, we had to have a number of panels for fans to have the opportunity to interact with the stars of their favorite shows. One of which was Stephen Amell’s panel discussing Arrow.

Amell started off the panel with a statement he might not have realized would resound with so many. When asked how he balances parenthood and a busy schedule, he said that the birth of Mavi really solidified what’s important. It made him realize that he needed to put first what meant most. He also touched on teaching kids the most important thing they can learn, empathy.

Amell also shared who he’d be in the Arrowverse if he could take on the role of a different character. He made sure to include a very specific condition with his answer.

When asked about the series ending, he has an idea on how he’d like the show to end for himself, personally. He isn’t rushing an ending, but he says he hopes that when it does end, they write for an end.

Amell then discussed who, on the set of Arrow, is the easiest to make laugh and also who the hardest one to crack is.

In terms of Arrow‘s 7th season, Amell left fans really wondering what to expect when he said that the series does something it cannot undo. For more of our Fan

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