Greg Miller, who was the Lead Designer on The Flash video game (cancelled) that was being developed by BottleRocket Entertainment, has sent us an exclusive "Combat Test" video.
Greg Miller, who was the Lead Designer on The Flash video game (cancelled) that was being developed by BottleRocket Entertainment, has sent us an exclusive "Running Combat" video.
Greg Miller, who was the Lead Designer on The Flash video game (cancelled) that was being developed by BottleRocket Entertainment, has sent us an exclusive video that gives us a tour of Keystone City. Come check it out!
Greg Miller, who was the Lead Designer on The Flash video game (cancelled) that was being developed by BottleRocket Entertainment, has sent us an exclusive video that gives us a tour of Barry Allen's home, Central City. Come check it out!
Deadline provides a status update on the new pilots. This year, there are plenty of comic book-based television series like Fox's Gotham, ABC's Agent Carter, and CW's Flash. Also, a possible plan for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. second season.
Geoff Johns teases Paul Gambi from Flash lore for CW's The Flash television show!
There's a new Flash series on the way. Check out this review of the original show to see if the new one measures up.
Taken on the same day as the last batch of set photos, these new images of Grant Gustin fully suited up and heading into action as 'The Flash' give us our best look yet at what we should expect from the highly anticipated Arrow spin-off. Hit the jump to check them out!
Recently, we got our first full look at Grant Gustin's Flash costume from CW, and since then, we've gotten plenty of set pictures and videos, giving us a full look at the character in the new duds. What do you think about the suit? Hit the Jump and leave your thoughts!
Another batch of snaps from the Vancouver set of the CW's Flash series features Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) working his day job, alongside his surrogate father Detective West (Jesse L. Martin) and Central City Police Captain David Singh (Patrick Sagongui).
Must see! Hit the jump to see actor Grant Gustin dressed in The Flash costume and running around on set for the first episode of CW's latest comic book-based television series.
Filming for CW's The Flash pilot is taking place in Canada as we speak and here is a new behind-the-scenes video featuring Grant Gustin's stunt double on a bicycle getting hit by a taxi.
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We've seen the young actor in his superhero outfit from the neck up, but now a new official image from the upcoming CW tv pilot has been released, giving us our first full look at The Flash in all his glory. Check it out after the jump.
Yesterday we saw some footage of an explosive action scene from the currently shooting pilot of the CW show, and now we have some very nice amateur snaps of Grant Gustin (Barry Allen) as he runs from the car wreckage, before diving to the ground.
Check out this scene currently filming in Canada for the upcoming CW Flash series. There is video of an exploding car and some images of Grant Gustin as Barry Allen escaping the wreckage. More after the jump.
There have been numerous attempts at bringing him to life over the past years, all of them fell through. The Flash has a great history to draw from and is one of the most iconic and immediately identifiable characters in the pantheon of superheroes, but what is the best way to handle a big screen adaptation?
Another casting addition has been made to The Flash, and it's Patrick Sabongui (300, Godzilla) as Central City Police 'Captain David Singh'. Hit the jump for details on his role in the highly anticipated CW series...
The Flash series officially began production this past Sunday. The two flashes were spotted on the set in Vancouver earlier this week, both sporting red clothing. What do you guys think?
My theory regarding the Reverse Flash in the CW's highly anticipated ARROW spin-off, titled THE FLASH...