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‘Arrow’ Stephen Amell speaks up about fabricated headlines

LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 08: Actor Stephen Amell attends The 40th Annual People's Choice Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on January 8, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images

This afternoon Stephen Amell took to his personal Facebook page to “get something off his chest,” according to his status update on January 22. The “Arrow” star wants people to know that he finds it “incredibly discouraging” to see headlines “that aren’t just a stretch, they’re totally fabricated.”

Amell is referring to recent headlines that the actor is working with Warner Brothers and having “studio level” discussions about feature films.

Stephen was pretty upset about the article he read and he took to his Facebook to set the record straight and to let his fans know that he’s aggravated by reporters who take his “straightforward answer and slap a title on it that has no correlation to what I’ve actually said, it makes it seem as though I’m disrespecting my current position.”

And that to Stephen is “bullsh!t.”

According to Amell, he wouldn’t do that. He’s not exactly the “smartest dude in the world,” after all he did “pick a career in acting.” So why would he be so secretive about his career?

Stephen goes on to say he makes a “kick @ss show” with “Arrow” and will continue to do so. Amell also plans to continue his interaction with his fans on his Facebook page.

Sadly, he says that if some “d!ckweed wants to pull a headline out of thin air to generate pageviews, then that’s the price we pay.”

But Stephen doesn’t like it. As one fan stated in the comments, "Members of the press, you have failed this industry."

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