After discovering that Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) was the crimson-suited speedster The Flash, Joe is still trying to come to terms with his surrogate son's superhuman abilities, in addition to a new world order where metahumans are the norm. On Tuesday's The Flash,Joe comes face to face with Barry's STAR Labs cohorts, including the mysterious Dr. Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh).
Smash alum and Chasing Life actor Andy Mientus has boarded The CW's Arrow spinoff as the openly gay DC villain in a multi-episode arc, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. He will appear in the 11th and 12th episodes.
Alias alum Victor Garber, known for his Emmy-nominated turn as Jennifer Garner's father on the beloved spy drama, has booked a major recurring role on The CW's The Flash, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Following Tuesday's highly anticipated debut of The CW's Arrow spinoff, a one-minute teaser previewing the first half of the season revealed new developments. From Iris' sudden interest in the "Red Streak" to Wentworth Miller's villainous debut as Captain Cold, things in Central City seem to be ramping up and Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) is feeling the pressure. "I'm in over my head. This was a mistake," Barry says.
The Flash has recruited a star from the original series.
Amanda Pays, who co-starred in CBS' 1990s The Flash TV series opposite John Wesley Shipp's Barry Allen,will reprise her role as Dr. Tina McGee on the upcoming The CW drama, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
A Prison Break reunion is coming to TV — on The Flash, that is.
Dominic Purcell has boarded The CW comic-book drama as a DC Comics villain, reuniting with his Prison Break co-star Wentworth Miller in the 10th episode, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. This marks the first time Purcell and Miller, who played brothers Lincoln Burrows and Michael Scofield, will have appeared together since Prison Break ended in 2009.
With new series based on DC Entertainment's The Flash, John Constantine and Batman just weeks away from launching — in addition to the third season of the CW's Arrow — newcomers might be wondering how best to prepare for this onsl
The CW has unveiled the official poster for The Flash.
Unveiled Tuesday, the new key art for The CW's Arrow spinoff features Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) in his red suit zipping through a darkened Central City street with a lightning streak behind him and several Easter eggs. (Can you spot all 10?) The new tagline, "Discover what makes a hero," hints at Barry's journey to becoming a superhero.
[WARNING: Spoilers from The Flash pilot, which was screened at Comic-Con in July.]
The Flash star Grant Gustin isn't letting expectations get the best of him.
The 24-year-old Virginia native was admittedly "surprised" when he got the call that he would be The CW's Barry Allen. "I let myself feel the pressure a little bit because I wanted to live up to The Flash and make the fans happy," Gustin, a self-proclaimed Superman fan, tells The Hollywood Reporter.
Known primarily for his Glee arc as disdained Dalton Warbler Sebastian Smythe, Gustin had reservations diving headfirst into an iconic character with deep DC roots. "My Glee experience taught me — to a certain degree — not to listen too much to fan backlash, at least to negative things. Once you have the job, you have the job and you've got to do it," he says.