Bearded Stephen Amell Endorses Kevin Smith "Arrow" Episodes with Onomatopoeia

Now that he's directed an episode of "The Flash," Kevin Smith has made it public that he'd like to tackle "Arrow" next -- which stars the Emerald Archer he wrote in the early '00s -- but in a writing capacity. Star Stephen Amell has now responded to the idea, with considerable enthusiasm.

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On his Facebook page, Amell shared a photo addressing his new goatee:

And in one of the comments, a fan mentioned Smith's idea for an "Arrow" arc starring Onomatopoeia -- one of the characters Smith created in the comics -- which Amell responded to with great support...

Smith then shared a screen-cap of the response on Twitter, re-iterating that he'd love to write for the series, scripting a two-part "Se7en"-inspired arc with Onomatopoeia:

I wanna do 2 very SEVEN-ish @CW_Arrow ep's w/ #Onomatopoeia! I'd love to get my words in your mouth, @StephenAmell! https://t.co/kOZtOYItbd

- KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) May 14, 2016

Considering Smith's positive experience on "The Flash" and his existing relationship with the producers, it sounds like he has a good shot. Next he's set to tackle an episode of "The Flash" in the first half of Season 3.

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"Arrow" airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW.

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