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Arrow Actress Katie Cassidy Drops NFT ME.SHE.WE. Nude Art To Inspire Women Empowerment

Actress Katie Cassidy is setting the art world on fire with her newly dropped NTF Me-She-We.

This beautifully crafted nude photography is shot by celebrity photographers Drew and Derek Riker. Cassidy is inspiring women to love the skin they are in; ME. SHE. WE. drops amid Women History Month are a big inspiration for women struggling with self-love and self-worth.

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This photo captures Cassidy embracing herself in a black and white photo covered in black and white paint. Cassidy uses a Love is Art cotton canvas and black and white paint on her body to showcase her desire for women to appreciate, advocate and celebrate themselves as often as possible.

Katie Cassidy is the daughter of the late great David Cassidy of “The Partridge Family.” You may know her from starring in numerous films and television productions like Gossip Girl, Supernatural, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Flash, DC Legends of Tomorrow, and her newly ended CW show Arrow.

Cassidy, newly divorce from ex-husband Matthew Rodgers, is dedicating ME.SHE.WE to empowering women and inspiring them to self-love, celebrating their femininity, and appreciating themselves.

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Katie has always stood firm about her independence, both personally and professionally. She expresses, since coming off a show of 8 years and newly divorced, the quarantine forced her to love herself. She is happier than ever and encouraging all women to learn to love themselves and prioritize their needs.

Katie Cassidy says, “You can’t love other people until you learn how to love yourself. It’s not always easy to look inward, and it can be a hard journey, but it’s so fulfilling and empowering.”

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The journey to self-love sometimes is challenging for women, but once you conquer your fears, it’ll be the most freeing thing in the world, as shown by Cassidy’s impromptu photos.

“ME.SHE.WE photos are featured now on NFT Marketplace Opensea.io price starting at $18,000 per image.

“ME.” auction starts at 4 pm PST, March 19th, and ends March 31st.

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Green Arrow & The Canaries: Not Moving Forward at CW

The potential “Arrow” spinoff about the Canaries is officially dead at CW, Variety has learned.

Plans for the show were first announced in September 2019, six months after it was announced that “Arrow” would end after its eighth season. A backdoor pilot aired in January 2020 as part of “Arrow” Season 8, titled “Green Arrow & The Canaries.” The episode took place two decades after the end of the original show and starred Katherine McNamara as Mia Smoak, Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance, and Juliana Harkavy as Dinah Drake.

Cassidy began with “Arrow” in the show’s pilot, though she was killed off in Season 4 before returning in Season 6. McNamara first joined “Arrow” in its seventh season. Harkavy had been with “Arrow” since Season 5 and has also appeared in multiple “Arrow”-verse shows.

Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Beth Schwartz, Marc Guggenheim, Jill Blankenship and Oscar Balderrama were all executive producers on the project, with Schwartz, Guggenheim, Blankenship and Balderrama co-writing the episode. Berlanti Productions produced in association with Warner Bros. Television.

But DC fans need not fret, as there are a number of new superhero shows currently in the works at CW. Among those are a “Wonder Girl” series and another based on the DC character Naomi. Blankenship is co-writing the “Naomi” project along with Ava DuVernay. The network is also prepping a “Black Lightning” spinoff built around the character “Painkiller,” which will get its own backdoor pilot during the fourth and final season of “Black Lightning.”

The CW has found great success with its superhero lineup, which currently includes “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” “Legends of Tomorrow,” “Batwoman” and the upcoming “Superman & Lois.

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Speedy Comics-Con: Katie To Attend Virtually

Katie Cassidy to attend a virtual (online) Speedy Comics-Con on November 14th, 2020. The virtual experience will be a panel with Michael Rosenbaum, Tom welling, and more. Below is Katie‘s tweet about the event.

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“Green Arrow & The Canaries” Update

Though Arrow has ended, fans have been eagerly awaiting its spinoff Green Arrow and the Canaries. The show, set twenty years in the future, follows Oliver Queen’s daughter Mia (Katherine McNamara) as she takes up his mantle and fights alongside Black Siren (Katie Cassidy) and Black Canary (Juliana Harkavy).

The show has yet to be picked up to series, and with the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic shutting down film and television production, its future is hazy. During an interview with CBR, Cassidy had a simple answer when asked if the show had been picked up: “No!”

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Katie Cassidy makes a quick exit in Encino

Actress Katie Cassidy, who stars in the superhero series “Arrow,” has sold her Encino home for $1.835 million. It was on the market for about six weeks.

The updated contemporary-style house in the Encino Hills area had been listed for $1.899 million. Cassidy bought the place in early 2017 for $1.56 million, public records show.

An open-concept living area lined with glass doors is at the heart of the 2,950-square-foot house. The gleaming white kitchen has been updated with quartz countertops and a 9-foot-long island. In the living room, there’s an oversized fireplace.

The master suite is outfitted with a walk-in closet and a second closet hidden behind a secret door — a must-have amenity for most superhero characters. A custom bed features a flat-screen television with a motorized lift. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms in all.

Outside, there’s a saltwater swimming pool, a spa, and ample patio space. Mountain and treetop views abound.

Cassidy, 32, gained fame for her scream-queen roles in “When a Stranger Calls,” “Black Christmas” and the 2010 remake of “A Nightmare on Elm Street.”

In addition to playing the character Laurel Lance/Black Canary on “Arrow,” she has reprised the role on the spinoff shows “The Flash” and “Legends of Tomorrow.” Her other series work includes “Supernatural,” “Gossip Girl” and “Melrose Place.”

Casey Winchell of Kennedy Wilson Real Estate Sales & Marketing was the listing agent. Allison Gold of Compass represented the buyer.

Los Angeles Times

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