Tom Cavanagh, Grant Gustin and Charissa Thompson - Tom Cavanagh and Grant Gustin from 'The Flash' appear on 'Extra' at Universal Studios - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 6th October 2014
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.
Continue reading: New CW Trailer Actually Makes 'The Flash' Look... Cool?!
But at least it's rather undemanding good fun while it lasts.
At Jellystone Park, Yogi Bear and his sidekick Boo Boo (voiced by Aykroyd and Timberlake) drive Ranger Smith (Cavanagh) crazy with their picnic-stealing antics. But just as they reach a kind of agreement, things are complicated by the arrival of nature expert Rachel (Faris), who wants to make a documentary about the talking bears. Meanwhile, the local mayor (Daly) decides to sell the park to logging companies to pay the city deficit, luring Smith's sidekick Jones (Miller) in as an accomplice. It's going to take a miracle to save the park.
Continue reading: Yogi Bear Review
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