Who won Comic-Con?
How about none of the above?
Previous to Comic-Con, Stephen Amell happened to let it be known he won't be featured in Batman Vs. Superman, and it also came out that the WB TV universe is separate from its movie universe.
At Comic-Con, Stephen Amell also participated in a round-table QnA where he was asked if he's happy he doesn't have to answer anymore Justice League questions.
You can watch the Justice League on TV.
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And by the way. Okay. There's a Flash show. We have Firestorm. We have Canary. We have The Atom. Okay. If you want the actual Justice League film - I don't know when it's coming out - you can watch the Justice League on television. The reason I'm happy to not to have to answer the question anymore [of being in the Justice League movie] is because that I think it undersold what we're doing on TV. I would put our degree of difficulty producing 23 episodes of television every year, spinning off the show, giving people the confidence to greenlight other DC properties - and there's five DC properties on television now - I would put that degree of difficulty up with producing a $250 million film. They are very different things, and I never wanted to feel as though our existence was only going to be justified if we were part of the cinematic universe. That has nothing to do with anything. We are stamping out our own spot. So I'm glad that people know that now.
Arrow premiers Wednesday, October 8th at 8pm ET.