Is this video definitive proof that Harrison Wells is Reverse-Flash in CW's hit TV series "The Flash"? Many fans have their suspicions that the character Harrison Wells is in fact the Reverse-Flash, NOT Eobard Thawne.
In an interview with Comic Book Therapy, the original Flash, John Wesley Shipp, talks about his role in the upcoming Flash show, dishing on Grant Gustin's performance and how exactly he was offered the role of the titular hero's father.
In the 90's, John Wesley Shipp ("Dawson's Creek") had a stint as the Scarlet Speedster on CBS' The Flash short-lived television series, and now he'll be playing Barry Allen's father in the CW's The Flash television series. Thoughts?
There must be a behind-the-scenes video featuring the making of The Flash pilot floating around. Until I can locate that, here are some cool Gifs. Check'em out!
Fan Art for what The Trickster could look like on the CW...
"Flash...ah-ahh, he'll save every one of us!" It was only a matter of time I guess. THR report that Fox have a new take on the classic Flash Gordon comic strip planned, with Star Trek 3 writers J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay on script duties. More after the jump.
My thoughts on who could pull off the scarlet speedster.
Sam J. Jones
is best known for starring in the 1980 cult sci-fi film Flash Gordon
. Although he'll be making a cameo in Seth MacFarlane’s Ted
, he is spending most of his time as a real life bodyguard.
Reboots and relaunches are controversial, but are there some properties that have languished in the Dollar Bin far too long? Here are my picks for some concepts that deserve to be re-examined.
The director of The Crazies hopes to turn the pulp hero into a modern superhero movie franchise!
The director of The Crazies
and possibly the Escape from New York
remake has revealed that he still plans on directing Flash Gordon
Rumors are swirling that, “Zac is one of the frontrunners to play scifi hero Flash Gordon and he’s making no secret of the fact that he would love the role."
The fast-rising star sits down to discuss a few things.
So says Director Breck Eisner! Plus a special announcement from the Goodrich Quality Theaters!
Director Breck Eisner tells us his plans on the film
A new Flash Gordon movie is in the works and two of today's most-wanted actors' names are being tossed around for the lead role!
Hopefully you weren't anticipating a 80's/campy version of Flash Gordon, cuz if you were, You Will Be Disappointed.
Columbia pictures is back in talks to acquire the movie rights for a big-screen re-make of "Flash Gordon," with Breck Eisner directing...