After the episode aired, Haynes had given several exit interviews, but it may have been a bait and switch.
“I just finished a very, very sad movie,” says Haynes. “But I’m about to go into two other projects and then, yeah, you know, find some time to maybe step back into…” he adds, trailing off.
“It’s one call away, so yeah. You will definitely be seeing me back on “Arrow” and possibly a few of the spinoff shows (Arsenal on “The Flash?” Yes, please!), so yeah.”
“So you’re appearing on ‘The Flash?'” one reporter pressed.
“Are you putting words in my mouth?” Haynes jokes. “Let’s just say I would love to, and if it happens, it’s going to blow everyone’s minds. If it happens.”
“Whether or not you’re appearing anywhere else, we’re neither confirming nor denying,” said the press con host.
“I think we’re confirming,” Haynes says with a smile and a wink.
Haynes will be signing autographs and posing for photos with fans at Asiapop Comicon Manila 2015. Fans can still catch Saturday’s photo op session at 4:30 p.m. and Sunday’s at 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. (autograph), and 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (photograph). Visit the counter at World Trade Center to buy a photo/autograph ticket.