co-stars Colton Haynes and Emily Bett Rickards in 50s-inspired clothing . I think it speaks a lot to the time we are in right now as androgyny is a two-way street.”Even more proof of how much has changed since the 1950s?
“It was when we were talking about shooting Colton in the vintage women’s suit that the idea to shoot Colton and Emily in each other’s outfits came up.
Here's what he has to say about how Oliver will feel about Felicity's new romance: Stephen Amell shared his thoughts about Oliver's feelings about Felicity's boyfriend in a chat with TVLine at Comic-Con, and they paint an interesting picture about Oliver's state of mind in Season 5.
He didn't exactly react well the last time she had a boyfriend who wasn't him.
The two still pretty clearly had feelings for each other even after the big breakup, but Felicity will be moving on at least in some capacity in Season 5.
Felicity actress Emily Bett Rickards has revealed that a new boyfriend for Felicity will make his grand debut quite early in the fifth season, and star Stephen Amell has an idea of how Oliver will react to Felicity's love interest.
Everyone could have expected that Haynes would fit perfectly into the tailored 1950s suits, but who would have guessed he would fill out the women’s dress just as well? “The interesting thing about the vintage dress we used is the cuts they used to use fit him so well,” Shields says about Haynes, whom he’s known for several years.
“For me that’s always the goal, to make something that is going to be shown in a gallery across the world, something that’s going to really last and make an impact on someone.” 1929.
Maybe we're in for fewer longing looks and outbursts in Season 5 than we got in Season 3 when Felicity was dating Ray Palmer.
Haynes and Rickards are close friends in life, to the point that their shared vacation prompted dating rumors, and Shields says “they made it very easy because they were not afraid to give me everything they had.” He continues, “With Colton and Emily it was perfect.
You could really feel they knew each other and trusted each other, and that was amazing.”Having wrapped up his 2015 series “Historical Fiction,” Shields is now preparing to publish the book , which will include these photographs.
The original Hollywood “It” couple, Fairbanks and Pickford were silent-film stars turned real-life spouses, whose estate paid homage to their two-as-one reputation: Pickfair was the social nexus of 1920s and 30s Hollywood.
That romance came to an end when Felicity found out from a supervillain that her fiancé had a secret kid in another city that he had been visiting behind her back.