THE FLASH: Expect To See A Very Different Barry Allen When Season 4 Kicks Off
Grant Gustin has weighed in on the impact being trapped in the Speed Force for six months will have had on Barry and it sounds like the Scarlet Speedster's upcoming Rebirth is going to lead to big changes.
What that's going to entail is hard to say but based on comments from star Grant Gustin in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, it appears as if the trauma of being in there will hit Barry hard.
"The way I see it is, time is non-linear and everything is happening at once in the Speed Force. In someways he’s had an awakening and he’s had a rebirth. Our first episode is called ‘Reborn,’ and it is a rebirth for Barry, but he’s kind of scrambled, too, because he’s experienced so much so quick over the course of six months, even though for him it was an eternity. He’s not Barry when we see him for the first time."
That's definitely intriguing and it appears as if the Flash will need some time to readjust upon his return. We also don't know who will be taking his place in the Speed Force so this premiere leaves us with a lot of questions! They'll be addressed this fall but in the meantime, share your thoughts below.
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