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Hello and Welcome to Katie Cassidy Online the longest running fansite dedicated to the talented actress Katie Cassidy. She's probably most known for her roles as Laurel Lance in the CW series Arrow and all its spin offs, as the talented Ella Simms in the remake of Melrose Place and her for her film work as the lovable Emma in 2011 Monte Carlo and showing her diverse performance as Suki in 2014 The Scribbler. Our aim is to provide you with all the latest news, images, career updates and other relevant information regarding Katie as they happen. For the last 10 years we have been striving to make KCO the best online fansite for Katie and all her fans all around the world and we will keep on doing this for the next 10 years - Abby
Posted on November 07, 2021 / by Abby in Gallery, I Love Us, Interviews

First we meeet actors Katie Cassidy and Danny Abeckaser and talk about their new film “I Love Us”.

  

Posted on November 05, 2021 / by Abby in Interviews
Posted on May 31, 2021 / by Abby in Interviews

insider – Katie Cassidy is delving into the world of NFTs with ME.SHE.WE., a series of digital portraits. The former “Arrow” star spoke with Insider about her cancelled spin-off and her new ventures. In addition to her NFT, she’s exploring her creator side behind the camera with multiple projects.

Though many fans of The CW’s superhero universe may have been devastated earlier this year when the network chose not to pick up a proposed all-female “Arrow” spin-off, titled “Green Arrow and the Canaries,” at least one person wasn’t: leading lady Katie Cassidy.

Across the series’ eight-season run (and in several episodes of its spin-offs “The Flash and “Legends of Tomorrow”), Cassidy played two different versions of the popular DC comics character Laurel Lance, otherwise known as the Black Canary, and was slated to star in the spin-off alongside Katherine McNamara and Juliana Harkavy.

But, to hear Cassidy tell it, the decision to ground the Canaries is likely the best choice for all involved.

“I’m actually okay with it not going,” Cassidy told Insider in a wide-ranging phone conversation in April. “That whole show was such a blessing. Not only for myself but for everyone involved. I loved it. It was a wonderful experience. I really feel as though we have… [we] really milked it.”

And after eight years, Cassidy says she’s ready to “do something fresh.”

Cassidy’s life recently has been marked by change. But between filing for divorce in January 2020, the final episode of “Arrow” airing later that same month, and the onslaught of a global pandemic that saw everyone adjust to life in lockdown, the actress has done her best to use these setbacks to push herself in a new direction — just probably not one her fans expected.

The confluence of these events prompted Cassidy to not only engage in an extended period of self-reflection, but to dive into the emerging world of NFTs (non-fungible tokens), and her newfound interest in cryptocurrency gave rise to an unexpected passion project.

The actress has just released her first NFT drop, a series titled ME.SHE.WE., in which she explores herself, the persona she presents to her fans, and the way those two identities intersect. A set of gorgeous digital portraits, the series mixes cotton canvas, black and white paint, and the human body to create something striking, dramatic, and wholly original.

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Posted on May 15, 2021 / by Abby in Interviews

Katie was guest on the pod cast Change Maker, You can listen to the pod cast on Apple Music Here

Star of DC comic’s Arrow Katie Cassidy joins Nicole today to talk about making your own crypto, collecting and creating NFTs, and how a breakup over an art project can turn into a cash cow. Katie talks about the wise investments she’s made – and the times she missed out. You won’t want to miss this.

Posted on May 09, 2021 / by Abby in Interviews

Through professional and personal life changes, actor Katie Cassidy (daughter of David Cassidy) has focused on self-love and an NFT drop to encourage female empowerment.

Katie Cassidy is best known for her work in film and television. Most recently, for her portrayal of the iconic comic book character, Laurel Lance/Black Canary, on The CW’s long-running hit series “Arrow” (2012-2020).

Upon ending the show (November 2019) and her two short years of marriage (Jan 2020), the world shut down due to the Coronavirus pandemic, giving Katie the time and space to look inward and focus on herself. Over the course of the last 12 months, Katie has spent the time learning how to love herself (ME), explore the persona she presents to her fans and audience (SHE), and get to know how the two come together to form (WE). Hence the title of her NFT drop and portrait series “ME. SHE. WE.”

Always fascinated with technology, cryptocurrency, and newly emerging NFT’s, Katie decided to bring her idea of ME. SHE. WE. to life with a series of digital portraits, carving out a whole new genre of art with a cotton canvas, black and white paint, and the human body as her medium (shot by The Riker Brothers). Excited about this new venture, Katie is dedicated to using this new platform to encourage female empowerment, self-love, acceptance, and has pledged a portion of the proceeds to benefit The Rape Foundation, Women’s Global Empowerment Fund, and LifeWay Network.

In this episode, you’ll learn:
* Going straight to work vs attending college.
* Video games and why they’re a part of Katie’s characters on set.
* How Katie got into Cryptocurrencies and became one of the first celebrities to drop an NFT.

Posted on May 09, 2021 / by Abby in Interviews

A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to catch up with Katie Cassidy. The actress has always been a favourite of mine and we have chatted several times before about her work on both Melrose and Arrow. Recently, Katie has been at the forefront of the NFT movement launching the first celebrity non-fungible token and has set the path that almost everyone in entertainment has since followed. In our latest interview, we discuss her ‘Me.She.We’ series as Katie educates me on what an NFT is. We also discuss our mutual connection to the Riker Brothers who served as the photographers of her shoot and how I knew them from their participation on the Amazing Race.

Posted on April 16, 2021 / by Abby in Instagram, Interviews

On Thursday Katie was a guest on the IG live show Cherry Chat. Were she talked about what is going on with her and her new artwork with Me.She.We. You can watch the interview below.

Posted on March 19, 2021 / by Abby in Interviews, ME.SHE.WE

Page Six – “Arrow” actress Katie Cassidy is taking the art world by storm with a series of digital nude artworks —where she is seen naked and covered in black and white paint.

Following her divorce and the end of her hit CW show, Cassidy is the first celebrity to put nude artworks of herself on the rapidly emerging NFT digital art market.

The 34-year-old actress — who is the daughter of the late “Partridge Family” star David Cassidy — is auctioning the photos of herself, shot by celebrity photographers The Riker Brothers, on NFT marketplace Opensea.ie at a starting price of $18,000 per image.

Her collection, called “ME. SHE. WE.,” is dedicated to empowering women and describe how she learned to love herself again following divorce and the end of “Arrow.”

Cassidy — who filed for divorce from Matthew Rodgers last year after two years of marriage — told Page Six, “After a year of quarantine, getting divorced and coming off a show for 8 years, I was forced to learn how to love myself and it’s the best thing I’ve ever done.

“I’ve never been happier and I encourage all women to prioritize themselves and learn how to love themselves first and foremost.

“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.”

The listing for Cassidy’s artwork on Opensea states, “Using black and white paint, a cotton canvas and the human body as her medium, Cassidy has created a new genre of art, shot by celebrity photographers Drew and Derek Riker.

“Setting the tone for Cassidy’s self-love practice, she throws caution and coupledom to the wind and finds that loving herself at 34 years old is what empowers her existence.

“This provocative photograph of Katie Cassidy reveals her bare skin adorned in paint. The tattoo on her back reads, ‘She flies with her own wings’ in Latin.”

The art world is buzzing about NFTs, artworks bundled with nonfungible tokens (NFTs), which are digital certificates of authenticity. These tokens allow for the trading and tracking of digital works that exist only on screens.

Earlier this month, a $69 million sale of a digital artwork by the artist Beeple at Christie’s reverberated through the traditional art world.

The Wall Street Journal reported that Sotheby’s plans to join the NFT fray in April by selling artist Pak’s NFT works and allowing bidders to pay using digital currencies, a first for the house.

The WSJ quoted Marc Glimcher, president and chief executive of Pace Gallery, who “likened the atmosphere to a gold rush, saying he’s fielding 25 calls a day from longtime art collectors as well as newcomer cryptocurrency investors angling to get in on the NFT art craze.”

Guillaume Cerutti, the CEO of Christie’s, added, “You can’t imagine how many people are curious … like we just discovered an unknown continent.”

Posted on March 03, 2021 / by Abby in Interviews

Katie was on Michael Rosenbaum Podcast Inside of You, it was a fascinating interview with Katie go’s into a lot of details about her life and the struggles she went through early on without relating on the name Cassidy to get here there. you can watch the video below.

Posted on January 09, 2021 / by Abby in Arrow, Interviews

Well let’s face it we all knew this was going to happen after over a year of nothing but it’s sill a sad day for all Laurel fans out there, here is hoping we get to see her on legends to tie up the cliff-hanger or just hang out with Sara.

EW – Green Arrow and the Canaries has flown the coop.

EW has confirmed that the CW is not moving forward with the female-fronted Arrow spin-off series. The news is hardly a surprise as it’s been a full year since the backdoor pilot aired as Arrow season 8’s penultimate episode with no word on a series order, but now it’s official.

The potential Green Arrow and the Canaries spin-off starred the all-female vigilante team of Katherine McNamara as Mia Queen/the new Green Arrow, and Katie Cassidy and Juliana Harkavy as the Canaries. Set in 2040, the backdoor pilot written by Beth Schwartz, Marc Guggenheim, Jill Blankenship, and Oscar Balderrama saw Earth-2’s Laurel Lance (Cassidy) traveling to the crime-free Star City of the future to recruit a time-displaced Dinah Drake (Harkavy) and Mia — Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Felicity Smoak’s (Emily Bett Rickards) adult daughter — for a mission to save the city and the timeline.

Guggenheim revealed on Twitter that the decision not to move forward with Green Arrow and the Canaries was made back in early 2020, citing the pandemic as possibly “the deciding factor.”

Actually, the decision was made back during the start of the pandemic (which, I believe, was the deciding factor). The actual announcement was made today.

By the end of the backdoor pilot, many new questions were raised that unfortunately won’t be answered now that it isn’t going to series, like how Dinah of 2020 got to the future after she was last seen on a motorcycle heading to Metropolis in Arrow’s series finale, as well as who kidnapped William (Ben Lewis) and why the villain in the Deathstroke mask had a tattoo that matched the etchings on the Queen family’s h?zen.

Posted on November 20, 2020 / by Abby in Arrow, Gallery, Interviews

Our interview with Katie Cassidy, she plays the character of Black Canary / Black Siren in The Hit Tv show Arrow.

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Posted on October 09, 2020 / by Abby in Gallery, Interviews

Way back in 2002 when Katie was starting her music career with her one and only song I Think I Love You she was on the documentary Teenpop and untill today I have never seen any part of it but thanks to JPMcFly1985 Retro Videos on youtube we now have a little clip from it showing Katie practising. The bad news is most of Katie’s parts are not in the video and its not the best quality but still a great little watch and I hope the rest comes out one day.

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