Black Canary Can't Appear On LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Because ARROW Still Has Plans For Her

Black Canary Can't Appear On LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Because ARROW Still Has Plans For Her

Black Canary Can't Appear On LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Because ARROW Still Has Plans For Her

When asked whether Katie Cassidy's Black Canary was eligible to appear on Legends of Tomorrow, showrunner Marc Guggenheim gave a cryptic answer which implies Arrow may have plans for her... UPDATE!

Could there be more in store for Katie Cassidy's Black Canary besides a memorial statue commissioned  by new Star City mayor, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell)?  That could very well be the case, unless showrunner Marc Guggenheim is intentionally laying a false trail.  

Viewers of the show that are upset with the progression of one-time fan favorite Felicity Smoak (Emily Bet Rickards) clung to the lone hope  that Oliver Queen was ultimately destined to end up with his comic book love interest, Laurel Lance.  However, with the character's death in season 4, those hopes seemed dashed leaving "Olicity" as Oliver's lone romantic possibility.  However, a recent interview with [TV Guide via CBR] has a cryptic response from Guggenheim which implies that Cassidy isn't eligible to appear on the time-traveling spinoff Legends of Tomorrow because there's still plans for her on Arrow.  

Do you think Laurel will return from the grave? She certainly wouldn't be the first Arrow character to pull off the feat.  With SDCC  madness kicking off later tonight, perhaps we'll have some concrete answers before the week is out.  

UPDATE: The CW Seed just confirmed that Cassidy will reprise her role as Laurel Lance aka Black Canary on the animated Vixen series.  However, Vixen 2 will be set before the events of Laurel's apparent demise in Arrow season 4.  Other character confirmed to appear in Mari McCabe's sophomore outting include Green Arrrow, Flash (Grant Gustin), Atom (Brandon Routh) and Firestorm (Franz Drameh). 

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