The third season is ramping up to an explosive finale.
Now in its third season, 'The Flash' has solidified itself as a force to be reckoned with on its parent network The CW. Originally a spin-off from the hugely successful DC Comics-based superhero series 'Arrow', the Grant-Gustin-led series has proven it can not only compete on the same level as that show, but even improve upon it when it comes to viewing figures.
Grant Gustin stars as the titular superhero in 'The Flash'
Throughout this current season, viewers have seen Barry Allen aka The Flash go up against a series of foes, but constantly come short when it came to taking down the 'Big Bad', Savitar. Recently uncovering that villain's true identity, it's become apparant that he'll face his biggest challenge to-date if he's to walk away from this battle unscathed.
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It's the most shocking reveal in the show's history.
First spinning off from hugely successful CW series 'Arrow', 'The Flash' has now gained legions of fans whilst standing on its own, and is currently hurtling towards the finale of its third season. One big reveal came in an episode broadcasted this week however, when the villainous Savitar was finally unmasked, marking one of the most shocking moments in the series' history to-date.
Grant Gustin stars as the titular hero in 'The Flash'
Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) aka The Flash has been going up against his most formidable foe yet, wondering exactly who was behind the Savitar identity but always coming a little short when it came to revealing the antagonist. That was of course until the latest episode, which saw the villain revealed to be none other than Barry Allen himself.
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'Worlds Finest' join the two young heroes together for the first time.
Sure, 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' had a massive weekend opening, but that didn't stop critics from lambasting everything about it. Fortunately, the DC world has redeemed itself with a more critically approved crossover on the small screen as The CW's The Flash and CBS' Supergirl team up on the latter show episode 'Worlds Finest'.
Supergirl and The Flash team up for the first time in crossover show
Critics seem to much prefer this pairing to Zack Snyder's blockbuster and for good reason. It saw Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) meet a new ally in the shape of Barry Allen or The Flash (Grant Gustin) on the first season episode of 'Supergirl' entitled 'Worlds Finest', which aired yesterday (March 28th 2016) crossing over both super-universes and cable networks.
Melissa Benoist , Grant Gustin - Melissa Benoist get into character while filming new scenes for her hit show "Supergirl" with special guest Grant Gustin as Flash for the special episode. Calista Flockhart was also seen on set in Los Angeles and was being saved by the 2 heroes as she gets hassled by 2 villains. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 23rd February 2016
I think we're discovered the scariest supervillain of 'The Flash' so far...
It's only 6 episodes into season 2, but we honestly thought the latest episode of 'The Flash' - 'Enter Zoom' - would see the end of the superheroes arch enemy, but things are only getting more intense. Warning: spoilers ahead. Read no further if you haven't yet seen the sixth episode.
The Flash thought everything would go to plan with Zoom...
Zoom is proving to be a difficult guy to get hold of; unlike Barry Allen's (Grant Gustin) previous opponents, he prefers to take a backseat in the defeat, enlisting a host of other metahumans to do his dirty work. So far, Barry and the team have been successful in fending off all of them.
Are Scoot McNairy socks a green screen for The Flash? Or just a weird fashion statement?
With Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman all making solid appearances in 2016's 'Batman v Superman' movie, we can't help but wonder who else will be joining the Justice League. Right now, our bets are on Scoot McNairy as The Flash.
Scoot McNairy to play The Flash?
The casting announcements for Zack Snyder's 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' have been both thoroughly exciting and extremely surprising. Of course, we knew Henry Cavill would return as the Man of Steel, we spent hours pondering who could play Wonder Woman before Gal Gadot was chosen and we were pleased on the announcement of Ben Affleck taking over Christian Bale as the Dark Knight. Rumours are still circulating that Jason Momoa might be joining the team as Aquaman, but the thing we're most excited for at the moment are recent whispers of Scoot McNairy taking on The Flash.
Here, Flash fans, have a trailer to calm you down.
The Flash is coming, albeit at not quite supersonic speed. CW’s Arrow spinoff doesn’t have a premiere date yet, but the network recently released a trailer and clip for the upcoming show. And it looks pretty epic, or at least that’s the impression CW is obviously trying to make.
Grant Gustin as The Flash brings up inevitable Spider-Man analogies.
Comic book fans weren’t very enthusiastic about the network’s first foray into the superhero genre when it was announced at Comic-Con 2013, but this might be the trailer that changes all their minds. No, seriously, the trailer is really good. Those, who don’t want to get spoiled, however, might want to stick to the first teaser trailer, released earlier. The five-minute version does essentially give viewers a walkthrough of the pilot, so if you’re avoiding spoilers like the plague, skip it.
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'The Flash' is coming and thanks to a lightening fast promo video, we now know a little more about the series.
CW’s ‘Arrow’ may have wrapped up its second season on Wednesday night, but fans were given an extra treat when they got their first look at upcoming spin off ‘The Flash’. Yes it’s only a one minute promo spot, but it does give us a hint of what to expect from the series, plus a closer look at that all important costume.
Grant Gustin will play 'The Flash'
First let’s get up to speed (sorry) on ‘The Flash’. A spin off of the CW’s hugely successful superhero series, ‘Arrow’, ‘The Flash’ is based on the DC comic book character of the same name. He was first introduced to ‘Arrow’ viewers as crime scene investigator Barry Allen, who appeared in Sterling City to investigate the possibility of a ‘super being’. After gaining Oliver Queen’s trust he returned to Central City where he was caught up in a chemical explosion in his lab during a lightening storm. The accident left him in a coma, but when he awakes he’ll have his own set of superpowers to help fight crime in the city.
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'The Flash' is coming, here's all you need to know.
Shooting for the pilot for CW’s latest superhero outing, 'The Flash' has gotten well and truly underway and there’s plenty of details coming out about the latest small screen outing of DC’s speediest superhero. With a full cast in place and the character getting its introduction in sister show ‘Arrow’, it wont be long until the show races its way onto our television screens. With that in mind we thought it’s best to keep ahead of the pack and bring you everything you need to know about ‘The Flash’.
Grant Gustin will play 'The Flash'
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Grant Gustin is the fastest man alive in DC Comics' new TV series.
Heads up, fans of The Flash! The speediest superhero on Earth is being given a small screen makeover with 90210's Grant Gustin in the classic DC Comics role. Gustin's full costume has just been revealed and although no drastic differences have been made from the original maroon and gold, skin-tight get-up, fans will be relieved that their hero's iconic look has hardly been tampered with.
The First Exciting Photo Of Grant Gustin Dressed As The Flash Has Been Released.
Gustin will play scientist Barry Allen, AKA The Flash, in the upcoming action series set to be aired on The CW. The costumed crime-fighter receives his unique skill for blistering speed when he gets caught in a chemical explosion at a lab and struck by a lightning bolt caused by a physics experiment.