You might have heard it on Episode 413 of our podcast, now see the video of our interview with Katie Cassidy! She talks about her new movie, Agent Game, and so much more. She compares her character Miller to Black Siren from Arrow. She also talks about an Arrow reunion that she has in the film.
Actress Katie Cassidy joined us live to talk about starring in the new action and thriller film “Agent Game.”
The film follows a CIA officer who finds himself the target of a rendition operation after being scapegoated for the death of an interrogation subject.
“Agent Game” will hit theaters and drop on digital Friday.
This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on April 7, 2022.
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Agent Game star Katie Cassidy talks to ComicBookMovie.com’s Josh Wilding about her role in the riveting new spy thriller, revealing the preparation that went into the project, the complexities surrounding her character, and what it was like sharing the screen with Mel Gibson.
As well as breaking down her work in that project, Cassidy also reflects on The CW’s decision to not move ahead with Green Arrow and the Canaries, why she’s happy to leave Black Canary behind, and her hopes to star in a Call of Duty movie down the line.
Agent Game arrives in Theaters, Digital, and On-Demand on April 8, 2022.
“I choose happiness,” the actress told PEOPLE of starting her life over as a single woman after splitting from ex-husband Matthew Rogers during the pandemic
Former Arrow star Katie Cassidy is embracing a new chapter of life after divorcing her ex-husband, Matthew Rogers.
“I didn’t have a choice,” the 35-year-old told PEOPLE at the Taste of the Future Luncheon in Beverly Hills on March 24. “I was on a show, living in Vancouver until November 2019. I was married and that show lasted for two years.”
First spotted publicly together in December 2016, Cassidy and Rogers tied the knot in December 2017. The duo later celebrated with a wedding ceremony in Sunset Key, Florida the following year.
However, their marriage was short-lived, with the upcoming Agent Game actress filing for divorce in January 2020, citing irreconcilable differences. The exes then finalized their divorce in March 2021.
Though she tried to keep her spirits up, Cassidy — who is the daughter of the late Partridge Family star David Cassidy — admitted that going through a split during the COVID-19 pandemic was especially hard to navigate.“January 2020, I moved back to L.A., filed for divorce, and then we were all in lockdown for like a year,” she recalled. “L.A. is where I was raised, it’s where I live and so I didn’t have a choice. I was like, ‘Okay, got to pick yourself up by your bootstraps sometimes.'”After taking some time to heal her broken heart, and as restrictions from the pandemic slowly get lifted, Cassidy is now ready to find her perfect match.“I have been dating, yes,” Cassidy revealed. “It’s fun. It was weird during the pandemic, but also again, I think I needed that pause and reset to heal.”“I think if I’m supposed to meet someone, I’ll meet them naturally, organically,” she continued. “The way the world, [the] universe wants it to be.”She also hopes others can learn from her breakup in order to find peace in their own lives and move on with their next chapters, just as she’s done.“I choose happiness,” said Cassidy, who just released a new NFT with former NBA star Metta World Peace. “I’m sure people place past judgment, but they don’t know what I’ve gone through and I don’t know what they’ve gone through.”“I think people just should be happy and so I encourage everyone — men, women — there’s a lot of people who are stuck in relationships when they’re not happy because they don’t like the idea or the look of what divorce is,” she continued. “It’s okay. Everyone should just choose happiness.”
Each year the Her Voice panel brings together a new group of inspiring women to share their experiences in the entertainment industry. This year was another big success, adding a mentorship component and pairing our panelists with selected emerging female filmmakers. The women spoke candidly about how the last two years may have changed their career and life trajectory, dealing with imposter syndrome, and the importance of loving who they work with. Moderated by Alexandra Chando with guests Yeardley Smith, Marina Cappi, Katie Cassidy, and Maria Bertrand.
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