ARROW Producer Reveals When They Start Shooting THE FLASH's Small Screen Debut

ARROW Producer Reveals When They Start Shooting THE FLASH's Small Screen Debut

While we already know which episodes of Arrow The Flash will appear in ahead of being given his own CW series, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg has now revealed when exactly they will shoot Barry Allen's first appearance, giving us an idea of when the iconic character will be cast!


With some claiming that Warner Bros. and the CW will begin testing actors for the role of Dr. Barry Allen/The Flash over the next week or two, Arrow executive producer Andrew Kreisberg has told Entertainment Weekly when exactly they are planning on shooting his first appearance in the series. "We’ll have to have somebody by Sept. 30, which is when we start shooting [his first] episode. So there is that timeline. But it’s been a really exciting process just getting to meet so many fantastic actors and seeing the enthusiasm that so many people around town have for the character. It’s just amazing — I have pictures of myself at age 4 holding a Flash and a Superman doll. That I’m sitting here writing the Flash and Green Arrow now, it’s more than my little nerd heart can bear sometimes." On second thoughts, it sounds as if they've already been meeting with some actors! Whether they go for a complete unknown or someone we're at least a little familiar with remains to be seen, as does the possibility of the planned series taking place in the DC Cinematic Universe. Be sure to stay tuned to CBM for updates!
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Josh Wilding
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Filed Under "Arrow" 9/4/2013 Source: Entertainment Weekly
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