We know a surprising amount about the CW's upcoming adaptation of The Flash - including the fact that he WILL have his suit - but not what it is that brings him to Starling City in the first place. Until now! Hit the jump for details on Barry Allen's debut in Arrow!
The CW network president shares his thoughts on how DC's small screen properties can interact with their big screen ones, the current status of Amazon, whether there are any plans to bring Batman or Superman back to the small screen and much more.
Barry Allen will feature in three episodes of Arrow, with the final one serving as a backdoor pilot for his own series. Read on for details on that, as well as confirmation that he will go by "The Flash" moniker and a tease of how the Scarlet Speedster's powers will be portrayed on the small screen.
Talking at the Television Critics Association press tour today, both Mark Pedowitz and Greg Berlanti have offered up new details on The Flash, revealing which episode Barry Allen will first appear in, when exactly casting begins, and what type of actor they're looking for. Read on for details!
Wow, unexpected news today. We learned that not only will Barry Allen be a supporting character in season two of Arrow, but he will also be getting his own TV series and maybe still a movie. What does this mean for Booster Gold, Amazon and the rest of the DC Universe? Click on to read my thoughts.
It has been confirmed by Mark Pedowitz that The Flash is indeed in development and that Barry Allen will first be introduced as a recurring character on Arrow in season two. However, other sources are reporting that Greg Berlanti will helm a big screen version for a 2016 release!
Despite rumours of The Flash being brought to the big screen before a Justice League movie the following year, Warner Bros. and the CW have put Amazon on hold in order to focus on a small screen adaptation featuring the Scarlet Speedster. However, he will first appear in season two of Arrow!
Hopefully the excitement surrounding the San Diego Comic-Con has cooled you all down after my scathing review of Pacific Rim, so I thought I would now share my spoiler-free thoughts on Warner Bros. Animation's highly anticipated Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox. Is it any good? Well...
The Los Angeles Times spoiled Warner Bros. big announcement about a Batman/Superman movie in 2015, but now The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that they will be following that up with The Flash in 2016 and Justice League in 2017. Read on for details!
The Flash is one of DC Comics most famous and beloved superhero, so with a DCCU on the rise here is a 10 step Bible on how to successfully adapt The Flash for a big screen motion picture. Read on, I promise you won't be disappointed!
This is my third attempt at one for The Flash, this is what I would do if I were Warner Bros. Third times the charm?
Man of Steel director Zack Snyder may very well end up being the man who finally brings Justice League to the big screen, so it's obviously important that we hear from him on stuff like this! Who would win in his opinion if Superman took on The Flash in a race AND fight? Find out here!
Offering an update on the Y: The Last Man adaptation and commenting on the chances of his take on The Flash being revived, screenwriter David S. Goyer also shares his thoughts on how Lex Luthor should be depicted in the Man Of Steel universe.
We don't actually have it to show you, but according to CHUD, the Pacific Rim actor's likeness graces some Warner Bros. concept art for an upcoming movie. The character? The Flash. The movie? Justice League! Read on for details..
After Superman: Unbound fans will be getting treated to DC's next animated film that will be based on Flashpoint, the major story that set in place the New 52. Warner Brothers Animation has just released the first photos as well as dropped the release date for the film. Click here to check it out!
With the prospect of a Justice League movie getting stronger each day, a Flash flick seems to be shaping up in the horizon. Here's my take on what a movie about the Scarlet Speedster should look like.
With the huge announcement of Christopher Nolan Godfathering the DC Film Universe, could Flash be the first solo hero outside of Batman & Superman to be on the big screen? Is there already a script prepared for Flash? Click to find out.
With the Scarlet Speedster most likely making his big screen debut as a core member in Warner Bros.' Justice League movie in 2015, I've compiled a list of ten actors who I would love to see portray The Fastest Man Alive on film.
Some footage and concept art for a canceled Flash game has been uncovered. Click here to check out the art, footage, what the game was about, and the truth as to why the game was canceled.
With The Flash likely heading to the big screen within the next few years, I've compiled a list of six directors who I think are qualified to properly bring the Fastest Man Alive to life in his long in-development movie.