THE FLASH Heading To The Small Screen From The Team Behind ARROW
Despite rumours of The Flash being brought to the big screen before a Justice League movie the following year, Warner Bros. and the CW have put Amazon on hold in order to focus on a small screen adaptation featuring the Scarlet Speedster. However, he will first appear in season two of Arrow!
Deadline has revealed that the CW have put a small screen adaptation of The Flash on, ahem, the fast track. However, in some news which should please fans of Arrow (which I myself have recently given another chance and found to be pretty damn great), the creators of that show - Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and director David Nutter - are developing the series. More details are expected to be revealed at today's TCA CW presentation. The Flash will apparently be introduced on the next season of Arrow before being given his own series. Geoff Johns will write the pilot alongside Berlanti and Kreisberg, while Nutter will direct. Marc Guggenheim however will not be involved due to commitments to Arrow. What this also means is that Wonder Woman show Amazon has been put on pause. Are DC building their Cinematic Universe on the small screen before Justice League?!
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