With The Flash going into production; many downtown Vancouver businesses have received multiple notices regarding filming information. These notices reveal minor details regarding the plot. Read on for more!
We had our first look at Grant Gustin as The Flash the other day, and now producer Andrew Kreisberg has sent out a snap of the clapperboard via Twitter, signifying the the shooting of the very first scene from the CW show. Check it out after the jump.
Geoff Johns has taken to his Twitter page to tease the Central City Police Department from the CW's THE FLASH. Hit the jump to check it out.
The Flash will hopefully be picked up for a series by the CW... but will we really need to wait until the fall to see the Scarlet Speedster grace our television screen?
Good and Bad - Just how much does Grant Gustin's Flash suit leave to be desired? Here are my thoughts and why you should agree.
Following a Twitter tease, the first official image has been released from The CW's The Flash featuring Grant Gustin as Barry Allen in costume, which is designed by the Oscar-winning Colleen Atwood.
The man many see as the definitive on-screen Lex Luthor is doing his rounds for the upcoming Back In The Day. Howerver, where does the Smallville actor's heart really lie? He also threw in his two cents on Jesse Eisenberg's casting in Man of Steel 2. Hit the jump to check it out!
CW's THE FLASH pilot has begun pre-production in the same studios as ARROW in Vancouver. Click inside to find out the details.
Deadline is reporting that actress Michelle Harrison has been cast as Barry Allen's (Grant Gustin) mother, Nora Allen, in CW's upcoming Flash television series. Thoughts?
Executive Producer of CW's ARROW and upcoming spin-off FLASH, Marc Guggenheim, teases the logo for FLASH and an ARROW fight scene from Episode 18 titled "Deathstroke".
That's right, the man who played Barry Allen/The Flash in CBS' short-lived '90s series is set to return to Central City as part of the upcoming CW series which will see Grant Gustin play the Scarlet Speedster. Who will be playing? Hit the jump for further details!
If there's anything the Flash TV show has got going for it, it's the character's list of Rogues. In this brief editorial I will explain how Gorilla Grodd--if used in the CW series--should be portrayed.
The Wrap report that the CW's upcoming Flash tv show has gained another new face! Ed star Tom Cavanagh has joined in an important (to the origin anyway) role. Who is it? You'll have to hit the jump to find out.
Stephen Amell was at the Dallas Comic Con on Monday and couldn't wait to reveal more insider info about Superheroes and Villains we can expect to pop up on ARROW. Read on to find out what he said!
Greg Berlanti, the Executive Producer of Arrow and Flash, says he has a plan B for Grant Gustin's Flash if the fastest man alive's solo TV series fails to grab an audience or get picked up. Plus more on Felicity's involvement in Barry's life. Read on for more!
We've been sent what appears to be some official concept art for the CW's upcoming Flash tv show, which gives us our first idea of the costume Grant Gustin will sport as the scarlet speedster. It's definitely a pretty out-there design anyway..
Arrow and Flash executive producer Greg Berlanti on the philosophical similarities and differences between the two shows. "[Barry Allen's] a man of science and has more of a sci-fi bent, whereas Arrow has a bit more of a crime bent."
It was revealed yesterday that Candice Patton had been cast as Iris West, while Carlos Valdes had joined the series as Vibe. Now a new report reveals that there are only two more regular roles to be cast, while we have further details on the role Cisco Ramon will play in the series!
A little article elaborating on a theory I previously had about why the CW's Flash TV Show (which along with Arrow SHOULD be connected to the DCCU) may never introduce Wally West.
Just my opinion on why Vibe was chosen to be one of the DC Comics' characters that'll appear on The Flash TV series, and a quick theory about the show. Have a read through it and be sure to leave your feedback in the usual place.