First Look At Spoiler Filming Scenes For THE FLASH

First Look At <font color="red">Spoiler</font> Filming Scenes For THE FLASH

We knew that The CW had plans to crossover all of their comic book properties (including Stephen Amell appearing in The Flash's pilot), but now we have our first look at a less heroic cameo. Hit the jump to see an image of a certain fan favorite, meeting Grant Gustin's Barry Allen in The Flash!

We've known for a while now that The CW's Arrow and Flash would be crossing over and referrencing each other throughout their upcoming season's and now we have our first look at Emily Bett Rickards' Felicity Smoak meeting The Flash's Grant Gustin (Barry Allen).
In Gustin's two appearances in the second season of Arrow the two developed a relationship that looks like it will (possibly) continue the future. Check it the set picture below:




What do you think about Felicity appearing on The Flash? Do you want her to be romantically involved with either Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen or Grant Gustin's Barry Allen, or would you she steered clear of both? Sign off your thoughts below!

After a violent shipwreck, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) was missing and presumed dead for five years before being discovered alive on a remote island in the Pacific. He returned home to Starling City, bent on righting the wrongs of his family and fighting injustice. To do this, he creates the persona of the Arrow and allies himself with former military man John Diggle (David Ramsey), computer-science expert Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards), street brawler Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) and international assassin Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), while keeping his secret from those closest to him including his sister Thea (Willa Holland), who has allied herself with his most deadly enemy. Rivalries and allegiances will shift as Oliver faces his most difficult challenge yet.


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