So far, DC All Access has been covering all the latest happenings going on in print, film and television. In this episode, DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns talks about Hourman, Flash, Gotham, and iZombie.
The website, Flash TV News, has just posted the first look at Grant Gustin ("Glee") dressed as Barry Allen (The Flash) in CW's Arrow. Hit the jump to check it out.
Barry Allen's debut in episodes 8 and 9 of Arrow has been so well received by the CW that they've now decided to scrap plans for The Flash to make his debut in episode 20 of that series, instead committing to telling his origin story fully in his very own pilot. Read on for details!
I give my thoughts on a Flash movie including marketing, actor, director, etc. I also give my ideas for other DC franchises, the Justice League and why it's important to remind people comic-book movies can still be out of this world...
Next week, we'll witness the Starling City court take on Moira Queen, but in the episode afterwards, Barry Allen (guest star Grant Gustin) will make his way to Starling City in an episode written by Geoff Johns! Read the description after the jump.
Issue #24 of the Flash concludes the battle with the Reverse Flash, which offers up revelations, heavy emotions and a renewed sense of duty from Barry Allen as someone more than a hero.
Tom Hanks wants to play a superhero but says he never gets offered any of those types of roles. "Let me play a bad guy, let me play the bad guy against Batman. I'll do anything, call me." The Academy Award winner also name-drops the Flash as a dream role.
Andrew Kreisberg - Executive Producer and Writer of Arrow - talks about how he, Geoff Johns and Greg Berlanti cast Glee star Grant Gustin as Barry Allen on the show and how they'll fine-tune the pilot script for him...
In this editorial I will give you three reasons why Nicolas Cage star of the critically and commercially acclaimed Ghost rider films should have played the Flash instead of Grant Gustin on the CW show.
Grant Gustin ("Glee") chatted with ETonline about the auditioning process that he went through for the part of The Flash, and reveals that he will be adding weight to his frame. Come check it out.
The problem with the Barry Allen Flash franchise in its current carnation is that it is incredibly cheesy. It is still comes with a lot of Silver Age baggage and so it retains much of the campy comic book qualities of that era. If we want this premise to work for both small and big screen, it is going to require an overhaul.
Grant Gustin - who will be introduced as Barry Allen in the second season of Arrow - shares his thoughts on this younger take on the character and reiterates past statements of The Flash having his classic costume, while also revealing that he would like to experiment with time travel in his series.
As they did with Arrow, the CW surprised a lot of fans by choosing a young and unfamiliar face to bring Barry Allen/The Flash to life on the small screen. So, how do you feel about the former Glee star and self-confessed lifelong fan of DC comics taking on the role? Here's you chance to tell us!
Three actors were in the running to play The Flash in the upcoming second season of Arrow, but it's Grant Gustin (Glee, 90210) who has won the coveted role. Hit the jump for comments from the actor as well as details on how the character will be introduced in the grounded world of the CW series.
"Hey, Kid. Name's The Flash, nice to meet ya." - Barry Allen
Late last night, it was revealed that the CW had their eye on Matt Barr and James Mackay for the role of Barry Allen/The Flash in Arrow (and later his own spin-off series), but now the third candidate has been revealed. Who is it? Hit the jump to find out!
According to El Mayimbe of Latino-Review, three actors will be screentesting for the role of 'Dr. Barry Allen'/The Flash for The CW's Arrow today, but we only know two of the three contenders for the role, which one will become the Scarlet Speedster?
Here is a list of my major concerns and expectations, as a Flash fan, regarding the possibility of a Flash solo TV series.
Arrow writer Marc Guggenheim talks more about bringing The Flash to the small screen, comparing the introduction of the Scarlet Speedster in Arrow to how characters like Iron Man and The Hulk interact in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Check it out!
I would love to see a Flash movie. He is one of my favorite superheroes, probably number 5, but I can bet my life it ain´t happening and it's just a smoke screen to appease numerous DC fans upset that once again DC/WB is falling back on Batman and Superman.