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When Warner Bros. announced their DC Comics movie slate from 2016 - 2020, perhaps the biggest surprise was the reveal that Ezra Miller (The Perks of Being a Wallflower) had been cast as The Flash in the DC Cinematic Universe. How do you feel about the casting? Let us know here...
Conceptual artist Andy Poon is a busy boy. He's pulling double duty on CW's two comic book-based television series, Arrow and The Flash. Come see his alternate costume designs for 'Arsenal' (Colton Haynes) and 'Multiplex' (Michael Christopher Smith).
The CW have released a full batch of stills from the fourth episode of The Flash, and in them we get to Felicity's arrival in Central City and The Flash (Grant Gustin) going toe to toe with the villainous Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller). Hit the jump to check them out!
After record breaking ratings, The Flash has been given a full season order by The CW after just two weeks on the air! That means we'll be getting a full 22-episode run for The Fastest Man Alive, and you can read details and comments from the network after the jump...
Just in case patience isn't your strong suit, you can check out a new clip from tonight's episode of the CW's The Flash, "Things you can't Outrun". It features the first appearance of Robbie Amell as Ronnie Raymond; aka DC Comics character Firestorm.
Is Rick Cosnett's Eddie Thawne really Reverse-Flash? The actor addresses that speculation here and also comments on his character's relationship with both Barry Allen and Iris West, and an upcoming scene from a crossover with Arrow featuring a double date involving Felcity...
In this new clip from tomorrow's episode of The Flash, we learn more about The Mist and an interesting twist is seen when the mysterious Dr. Harrison Wells suggests turning the Particle Accelerator into...a metahuman prison?! Hit the jump to check it out...
Robbie Amell reveals major details about his role as Firestorm in The Flash in this interview, revealing how the Ronnie Raymond/Martin Stein relationship works before promising a faithful take on the superhero for comic book fans and even teasing the powers we'll see him use!
Genera Hospital star Roger Howarth has been added to the cast of The Flash's first season in a role which sounds like it will have major ramifications on the lives of both Barry Allen, Iris West and the mysterious Harrison Wells. Hit the jump for details!
Arrow and The Flash will indeed feature a fight between the two heroes, and in this interview with the actors who play Oliver Queen and Barry Allen, they drop some new details about what we should expect from that and how the worlds of Starling and Central City collide...
It's a Prison Break reunion! Following some blurry set photos, more images of Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Heatwave (Dominic Purcell) have found their way online. These are great quality and show off the two members of The Rogues - parka and all - in their full glory....
Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell are together again in the Flash as the dastardly villains; Captain Cold and Heatwave. The two are seen together in full gear in these new set pics. Get ready for the Rogues!
The second episode of The Flash was even better than the pilot, and in this new featurette for "Fastest Man Alive", Tom Cavanagh (who may or may not be the small screen version of the villainous Reverse-Flash) talks about the challenges of shooting Multiplex on The CW series. Check it out!
With Ezra Miller (The Perks of Being A Wallflower) being cast as Barry Allen/The Flash, controversy strikes yet again. I'm going to talk about why I support this choice, check it out after the jump...
DC Comics CCO and The Flash co-creator Geoff Johns talks here about not wasting any time introducing Reverse-Flash and Gorilla Grodd, and goes on to talk in details about Wentworth Miller's take on the villainous Captain Cold and how much work went into accurately portraying that character...
Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) is making his presence felt in Starling City as Ray Palmer, and he talks here about the suit he'll eventually don as The Atom and drops some hints about both how the character gets his shrinking powers AND possibly making the jump from Arrow to The Flash...
From Batman V Superman, all the way to their last untitled film, hit the jump to check out a break down of all twelve of DC Entertainment's newly announced films in one info-graphic!
EDITORIAL: The DCCU Casting of the Flash and Why It Doesn't Sit Well With Me
Well, it appears as if we can forget seeing Grant Gustin suit up as the Scarlet Speedster on the big screen as Warner Bros. have revealed today - following the unveiling of their DC Comics release slate - that Ezra Miller (The Perks of Being a Wallflower ) will play The Flash.
DC overload! In addition to who will be playing The Flash on the big-screen, Warner Bros. has revealed when to expect two Justice League movies, as well as Aquaman and Green Lantern among many others
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