This July, Willa did another photoshoot for Katie Cassidy’s fashion blog, Tomboy KC. In this particular article, Katie speaks about Willa’s style and their friendship (that might just be the cutest thing ever!). You can check out bellow the note Katie wrote about Willa, and the pictures from the photoshoot.
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > 2014 > Tomboy KC #02
We love showcasing Willa’s style around here because, to us, she is the definition of Tomboy KC. She pretends like she doesn’t have it going on, but the girl has it going on in more ways than one. Equal parts chic, casual, smart, funny, confident and independent, Willa is basically everything we look for in a friend. This girl knows what’s up.
I know I’m pumping her tires, but the truth is the truth. I love her guts… and not just because she sometimes reminds me of myself. Willa is a wonderful friend and the epitome of cool. At the end of the day she’s not afraid to just be Willa, and I love that.
– Katie Cassidy
I’ve updated the gallery with a bunch of pictures, as you can check it out bellow and in the gallery. Also, some pictures were replaced with their high quality versions. Enjoy!
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Public Appearances > 2006 > August 30 – LeSportsac Celebrates The New LeSportsac For The O.C
Public Appearances > 2008 > September 10 – Fashionably Natural Fashion Show
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Miscellaneous > John Barrowman’s Comic-Con Photo Diary 
Screencaptures from Willa’s small appearance in Chasing 3000 have been added to our gallery.
Movie Productions > Chasing 3000 (2010) > Movie Screencaptures
Down bellow you will find a bit of an interview given by Stephen Amell, among others. Its a interview in which they talk about season 3 of Arrow, what’s coming up and what we can expect. During the interview, Stephen spoke about Willa in the season that got me really curious and looking forwards for the new season and what she will bring us with her character. Aside from Stephen, both John Barrowman and Andrew Kreisberg mention Willa’s character, Thea, but Stephen’s quote was that quote that got me to actually post this. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as i did.
“In general, I think that Willa is incredibly talented, and it really excites me because for all intents and purposes, she’s kind of been a bench player for the first couple of years,” the star continued, shifting the topic back to Willa Holland’s character, Thea. “This year, it’s us saying, ‘We know how much you’re capable of. So here you go. Here’s your episode.’ I know that Diggle’s had a couple episodes like that, but this year Willa is going to have an episode like that. And Emily [Bett Rickards as Felicity] is going to have an episode like that. That’s the most exciting part for me — aside from getting a couple of days off. I’m happy that everyone is getting their moment.”
With John Barrowman’s Malcolm Merlyn taking his (spoilers) biological daughter Thea Queen under his wing in the upcoming, third season of Arrow, there are a lot of unanswered questions as to just what Willa Holland will be doing this year.
And she isn’t the one to answer them, for the most part.
Holland joined ComicBook.com and a small group of reporters at Comic Con International: San Diego last month for a roundtable, where she dealt with Thea’s relationships with Roy, Oliver and Merlyn; her character’s love life; and how training to make Thea more of a badass has her in the gym for the first time in her life — for 20 hours a week.
Ed. note: It’s helpful to know that Snow is a 2004 made-for-TV movie starring Tom Cavanagh and Ashley Williams. Is spawned a sequel, in which the pair also starred.
Can you tell us about what’s different about playing Thea this year?
Willa Holland: I can say that the Thea [last name] that we saw leave at the end of season two is definitely not the Thea we see in — once we’re back — in Season Three. And she’s definitely…she’s gone through some stuff, and maybe taken out a little anger on the gym. I need a Band-Aid for how cut I am right now, guys. I mean, really, seriously.
I’ve added to the gallery one portrait of Willa with Middle Of Nowhere co-stars Anton Yelchin and Susan Sarandon at Toronto International Film Festival, back in 2008.
I’ve added to the gallery two pictures of Willa attending Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party back in 2004!
I’ve updated to the gallery screencaptures from Willa’s interviews while at San Diego Comic-Con, plus from the Arrow Fan Q&A that also occurred at the event.