Caity participated in Hogan Rebel’s editoral project The Rebel Journey. You can check out bellow the small interview Rebel did with Caity. Plus i’ve added to the gallery outtakes in which Caity looks gorgeous!
STUDIO PHOTOSHOOTS > SESSIONS & OUTTAKES > 2014 > HOGAN REBEL
What does being a rebel mean to you?
To me being a rebel means choosing freedom and adventure over middle-class conformity. It means not only questioning society’s beliefs, but also standing up against them when necessary. A rebel offers an alternative way of being that is unaccepted or unrealized by the majority, bringing new possibilities into the world.
In the world of Hollywood who do you think is a true rebel and why?
Hollywood is a town full of rebels so it’s hard to pick one. Something I do want to say, however, is that a TRUE rebel always has a cause. Hollywood made the term “rebel without a cause” famous, but it doesn’t exist. A rebel is always serving a cause, consciously or unconsciously, as either a catalyst or an effect of the cause.
During your career how have you gone against the grain and stayed true to yourself?
I try and remember that my career isn’t everything and it’s not what defines me. A lot of people in Hollywood associate self-worth with fame and become so desperate to obtain it that they compromise themselves to try and achieve it. I understand that my value comes from within and that self-worth is only something I can give myself. I like to think this has freed me up to be able to become a passionate, creative, loving, and truthful artist.
Caity attended Indiana’s Comic Con back in March. You can check out bellow a video from the panel!
DEATHSTROKE HITS OLIVER AT HOME — Oliver (Stephen Amell), Canary (Caity Lotz), Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) return to the lair and find Slade (Manu Bennett) waiting for them. An epic battle breaks out and one member of Team Arrow is sent to the hospital. Thea (Willa Holland) hits her breaking point, but just as Oliver is about to reach her, Slade intervenes and Oliver is faced with a choice – his battle with Slade or his family. Meanwhile, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) struggles with a new secret.
TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS > ARROW (2013-) > SEASON 2 > EPISODE STILLS > 2.19 – THE MAN UNDER THE HOOD
I’ve added to the gallery high definition screencaptures of this week’s episode of Arrow. Enjoy!
TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS > ARROW (2013-) > SEASON 2 > EPISODE SCREENCAPTURES > 2.18 – DEATHSTROKE
The character of the Canary, Arrow’s distinct take on the fishnet-sporting, eardrum-bursting Black Canary, emerged earlier this season and quickly became a fan favorite. The masked identity of Sara Lance (as opposed to Dinah Lance in the comics), the Canary is a breathtaking vigilante who was forged within the League of Assassins and always seems just one small push away from darkness.
Sara Lance and her alter ego are both played by Caity Lotz on the show, who has demonstrated grace, humor and extreme physicality in the role… as well as a cool muscular physique that rivals those of her male costars. Tonight’s all new episode of Arrow, “Deathstroke,” focuses largely on the conflict between Oliver and Slade Wilson, but coming off such a stellar episode in last week’s “Birds of Prey,” we thought it was a good time to sit down with Caity for a chat about her character, playing physical roles and what it felt like to throw down with the Huntress.
For many, Caity Lotz has been one of the best additions to the current series of Arrow… but away from Starling City, the actress makes quite an impact in two very different roles within The Machine, an interesting take on the ideas of evolution and militarised AI. John Mosby found out that the process (and result) was more organic than expected…
IMPACT: A question we often we start with is… when did you know you not only COULD act but that you wanted to make it your career?
CAITY LOTZ: I started dancing when I was seven and started dancing professionally when I was seventeen. I was doing it because I was fun… I loved it. I didn’t ever think it could be a ‘career’. Then I went to Europe for two years and was in a singing group. When I came back it was a question of ‘What now..?’ Do I continue dancing, do I go to college, what DO I do? There was nothing else that I could imagine myself doing. That’s kinda when I realised that I could actually do this, that this was something where I could survive and live with in this career. It was possible.
I’ve added to the gallery high definition screencaptures of this weeks episode of Arrow. Enjoy!
TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS > ARROW (2013-) > SEASON 2 > EPISODE SCREENCAPTURES > 2.17 – BIRDS OF PREY
Caity did a photoshoot for NOH8 yesterday. I’ve added to the gallery one behind the scenes picture from the shoot.
STUDIO PHOTOSHOOTS > SESSIONS & OUTTAKES > 2014 > BEHIND THE SCENES > NOH8
The Huntress vs. Black Canary!
Arrow will feature a geek-tastic showdown between fellow Birds of Prey team members when The Huntress (Jessica de Gouw) returns to town during Wednesday’s episode (8/7c, The CW).
When Helena Bertinelli’s hunt for her father (Jeffrey Nordling) leads her back to Starling, she’ll end up in Sara’s (Caity Lotz) crosshairs after taking Laurel (Katie Cassidy) and others hostage. In the exclusive sneak peek below, the duo battle it out:
As if Arrow wasn’t flying high enough already, the superhero hit is aiming for new heights with this week’s episode, inspired by the popular DC Comics title Birds of Prey (which was also the basis for a short-lived 2002-03 WB series). “It’s beloved,” says executive producer Marc Guggenheim of the comic book, whose menagerie has showcased the Huntress, Black Canary and Barbara Gordon’s tech-savvy Oracle. “We’re excited to be doing our version of it.”
The CW show hasn’t introduced Oracle (yet), so this take has Laurel (Katie Cassidy) stepping in to team up with Black Canary — unaware, of course, that the costumed crime fighter is actually her sister, Sara (Caity Lotz). Together, they’ll battle Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw), who has returned to town as the Huntress to finish off her mobster father (Jeffrey Nordling).