‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its nineteenth episode of the year with “The Man Under the Hood,” as Oliver fights to prevent Slade from achieving his goal of a Mirakuru-enhanced army, even enlisting the help of a few 'Flash' characters, while Laurel wrestles with her newfound knowledge of the Arrow's identity.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ installment “Deathstroke” saw Thea's kidnapping force Oliver to take the offensive against Slade, as he discovered Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau)'s intentions for the Queen company along the way, so what does the nineteenth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Does Slade's master plan bring more death and destruction for the final episodes of the season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 19, “The Man Under the Hood!”
The CW's breakout hit 'Arrow' took a few weeks off to gear up for the final installments of the second season, and where "Deathstroke" took the CW series to dizzying new heights, this week's "The Man Under the Hood" is already aiming higher. See Deathstroke attack in more ways than one, with three action-packed clips from the latest 'Arrow' that also bring a few 'Flash' characters into focus!
The CW's 'Arrow' will take a brief breather next Wednesday after the events of this week's "Deathstroke," but where the climax of the last installment saw Oliver deciding to take the fight to Slade, the first photos of "The Man Under the Hood" have the one-eyed warrior beating him to it. See who may not make it out of "The Man Under the Hood" alive, and what 'Flash' folk will be in town to lend a hand!
It's a tale as old as time, that Hollywood studios release full glamor shots of their suited superheroes just before set photos leak the look in a much less flattering light. So too is it with The CW's 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash,' which yesterday gave us a supercharged look at the Scarlet Speedster, before much more detailed photos of Grant Gustin's costume in broad daylight have emerged from the Vancouver set!
A great many castings of The CW's forthcoming 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash,' has emerged, though we haven't yet got a pulse on the Scarlet Speedster's decidedly sci-fi new series. That all changes today, with our first look at former 'Glee' star Grant Gustin suited up in the 'Flash' costume, mask and all! Are you ready to meet the new Barry Allen?
Warner Bros. has been trying to bring the Justice League to the silver screen for some time, if only to compete against Marvel's 'The Avengers' franchise. Following Christopher Nolan's now-famous trilogy of Batman films, Zack Snyder stepped up to the plate and served up a rebooted take on the 'Man of Steel'. After that film's success, Snyder agreed to direct the follow-up, a still untitled 'Batman vs. Superman' movie, which will feature three of the most famous DC heroes of all time -- Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) -- and will mark a major step into making 'Justice League' a reality.
But before that happens, Warner Bros. Animation recently released the latest the animated direct-to-DVD 'Justice League: War,' which unites the DC superhero team for an epic battle to save Earth from destruction, and may also serve as a dry run, for a live-action 'Justice League' movie.
Just when you thought 'The Flash''s TV future was all-but assured as an 'Arrow' spinoff, The CW has literally doubled down on its titular hero. The latest to join the scarlet speedster's 2014 TV updates is none other than TV's previous live-action 'Flash,' 1990 CBS star John Wesley Shipp! Of course, there couldn't be two Flashes at once...could there?
Earlier today we caught a bit of what-if information on The CW's 'Flash,' TV pilot, gauging the fate of Grant Gustin's Barry Allen should the network not move forward with the 'Arrow' spinoff, but in the meantime, 'The Flash' keeps right on casting. 'Ed' star Tom Cavanagh is the latest to sign onto the cast, but does his role have any major DC ties?
The CW's proposed 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash' has certainly come a long way with its casting process, though we won't know just yet if the network decides to follow through on a series order, or stop the project in its tracks. For as strong a track record as the network has win spinoffs however, what would become of Grant Gustin's Barry Allen if 'The Flash' ended up dead on arrival?
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