SDCC 2019: 'Arrowverse' stars say goodbye to the OG superhero of The CW show leaving many fans teary-eyed

MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) caught up with the stars of 'Arrow' at the Comic-Con Bash who spoke to us about the show coming to an end and their thoughts on it


                            SDCC 2019: 'Arrowverse' stars say goodbye to the OG superhero of The CW show leaving many fans teary-eyed

The 2019 San Diego Comic-Con was held between July 18-21 and the gargantuan event saw a massive collection of panel discussions, previews, sneak peeks and trailers of series, movies, and comics. The grand show, that saw thousands of fans throng the San Diego Convention Center, saw several stars also make an appearance at Entertainment Weekly's Comic-Con Bash.

MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) caught up with the stars of Arrowverse to talk about the show coming to an end and their thoughts about the finale. 

Starting off, Caity Lotz who plays the role of Sara Lance (White Canary) in 'Arrow' got candid about how she felt with the show coming to an end.

Caity Lotz and Dylan Luis attend Entertainment Weekly Comic-Con Celebration at Float at Hard Rock Hotel San Diego on July 20, 2019, in San Diego, California. (Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images)

 

"With 'Arrow' ending this year, it hits you cause you're like 'Oh my God, all this won't last forever'. You have to really appreciate it.  And coming to Comic-Con really allows you to feel part of something because of all the fans here and you're a part of what they are a part of. That makes it bigger which is exciting."

They also shared about meeting several fans who came to them crying wondering if the show was really ending. Rick Gonzalez who portrays the role of Rene Ramirez (Wild Dog) in 'Arrow' said, "There's been a lot of crying. There's been a lot of on the verge of crying, with them asking 'Is it really ending?' and a lot of quivering."

Rick Gonzalez attends Entertainment Weekly's Comic-Con Bash held at FLOAT, Hard Rock Hotel San Diego on July 20, 2019, in San Diego, California sponsored by HBO. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly)

Adding to that, he also spoke about what can we expect from his character in the final season that we haven't seen before. "I think this season with 10 episodes, we're going to dive in and really cut to the core of the story we want to tell in terms of finishing this season. And it feels like a love letter. We want the fans to feel satiated from the entire seasons that we've given them and wrapping it up we kind of want to get to the crux of it all."

See more of what happened during the Entertainment Weekly Comic-Con Bash below: 



 

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