The CW have released a brief interview with Grant Gustin in which he talks about how The Flash's origin story gives him "chills", while we also have an official HD version of the recently released "Blast Radius" promo (that episode airs on January 15th, 2014). Hit the jump to check them out!
In the following interview, Grant Gustin shares his thoughts on what's next for Barry Allen after Arrow's electrifying midseason finale, while Geoff Johns and Andrew Kreisberg delve into everything from why a Batman cameo isn't a sensible idea to whether or not we'll see Reverse-Flash as teased...
A former friend now appears to be a bitter enemy. A fanboy from Central City learns the secret identity of Starling City's vigilante protector. Plus, a future sidekick became a lot more promising. Continue on to join the discussion on the Arrow mid-season finale. Spoilers
In 2008, animator Eli Enigenburg, help to create navigation, combat and gameplay animatics to show Brash Entertainment and DC how Bottlerocket envisioned gameplay for The Flash video game.
In a bonus clip from DC All Access Episode 09, Grant Gustin and Andrew Kreisberg discuss Barry Allen. Plus, Stephen Amell on more people finding out Arrow's secret identity.
Come check out even more concept art from Bottlerocket and Brash Entertainment's The Flash video game, created by conceptual illustrator Roger Robinson. Come see character designs for Captain Cold, Mirror Master, Weather Wizard, The Trickster and many more.
Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) joining Arrow (Stephen Amell) on The CW's superhero drama has given the show a ratings boost. With 3.2 million viewers, "The Scientist" was the most watched episode this season.
Casting Director David Rapaport confirmed that Barry Allen will have support in the upcoming Flash tv show from Iris West, and Detective West. Well now we have some leaked descriptions, and they've made a few changes to the comic book incarnations of these characters.
Someone to an arrow to the knee. The actual Arrow (Stephen Amell) got his butt handed to him. And the mere namedrop of a Batman Begins villain sends a Dark Archer scampering. And oh yeah, some guy names Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) made his debut.
Hit the link to see why I think our newest portrayal of Barry Allen, through Grant Gustin on Arrow, should be the Flash in the entire DCCU and link the two universes together.
Gal Gadot is your Wonder Woman folks. And rumblings get a little stronger that the Flash is also a lock to appear in Batman vs Superman... or is it Justice League now? Here are the top twitter reactions.
Iris West is one of the names glimpsed in the casting call sheet for The CW's Flash pilot. Of course, to get our Flash show, the comic book faithful must tune in tonight at 8PM PST/EST to The CW to watch Grant Gustin's debut as Barry Allen.
After watching this first clip, what do you think of Grant as Barry Allen? Provided Gustin proves popular with Arrow fans, The CW will proceed with another DC superhero drama centering on the Scarlet Speedster's adventures in Central City.
Arrow's Felicity Smoak discusses episode 07 of season 2 of The CW superhero drama, particularly the actions of The Count and next Wednesday's all new ep, featuring the debut of The Flash (Grant Gustin).
The Flash, Hourman, Constantine, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and a Walking Dead spinoff are just a few of the television shows currently in development. Which one is your most anticipated?
In this next editorial, I will discuss my take on the character of Barry Allen/the Flash within a possible DC Cinematic Universe and how I feel about CW's attempt to bring the hero to life on the small screen.
Black Widow actress Scarlett Johansson reportedly suffered a stunt mishap on the set of Lucy, Avengers: Age of Ultron scripts are being sent out, Geoff Johns is wearing a lot of hats for DC and Keanu Reeves talks 47 Ronin.
The absence of connections between Arrow and the DC Films would be a good news!
It's a Justice League edition of Geek Deals as we have BD/DVD savings for the complete Lynda Carter Wonder Woman series, the John Wesley Shipp Flash series, the Christopher Nolan Batman Trilogy and more.
No, there's no sign of Barry Allen's iconic red costume in this promo for both "The Scientist" and "Three Ghosts", but we do possibly get to see a glimpse of the accident which gives him his powers! Also, a character from the series thought dead, returns! Hit the jump to check it out.