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‘The Flash’ Casting: ‘Arrow’ Season 2 Eyes ‘Hatfields & McCoys,’ ‘Glee’ Stars and More?

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Regardless what you feel about 'Arrow' breaking its "no powers" rule to incorporate the Flash into season 2 for a potential spinoff series down the line, casting announcements for the iconic DC speedster will arrive any day before filming gets underway on September 30. While we wait for the news, at least two names have emerged to potentially fill the Flash's yellow boots as Dr. Barry Allen, but from where might we know them?

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‘Arrow’ Season 2: The Flash Casting Announcement Coming Soon?

Arrow Season 2 Flash Casting
The CW / DC Comics

We're still not certain exactly how 'Arrow' season 2 will adapt famous DC 'Justice League'-r The Flash into its more grounded, realistic take on superheroics, but it seems a name to fill the iconic red costume will soon be upon us. New reports suggest that Dr. Barry Allen will begin filming before the end of the month, meaning our Flash will soon reveal himself!

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‘Arrow’ Season 2: ‘Flash’ Introduction Compared to ‘Iron Man’ and ‘Hulk’

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The CW / DC Comics

'Arrow' season 2 took a major swerve last month when producers announced that DC superhero The Flash would arrive in Starling City to set up his own spin-off, the 'Arrow' universe up to that point having purposefully excluded the use of superpowers. New comments from executive producer Marc Guggenheim suggest however, that 'Flash' won't tonally detract from the world of 'Arrow,' instead setting up a cohabitant relationship akin to Marvel's 'The Avengers.'

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‘Arrow’ Season 2 Taps ‘Orphan Black’ Star, Plus New Flash’ Origin Details!

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The CW / BBC / DC Comics

While the fallout from 'Arrow' season 2's big revelation that the 'Flash' himself will speed through Starling City hasn't quite dissipated, the acclaimed CW/DC drama has added itself another recognizable genre star for the second year. 'Orphan Black' star Dylan Bruce will make his presence known when 'Arrow' returns for a second season on October 9, but will he be Oliver's next target? And what new details of 'Flash' have emerged alongside him?

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POLL: The CW’s ‘Flash’ TV Series vs. a ‘Flash’ Movie?

The Flash TV Poll
DC Comics

Yesterday brought us the news that The CW and DC Entertainment are working on bringing 'The Flash' to television. Although The CW president stated that this wouldn't necessarily affect a potential big-screen adaptation, which would you prefer? 'Flash,' the TV show, or 'Flash,' the movie?

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‘Arrow’ Season 2 Spoilers: Black Canary’s Identity Revealed, Plus New ‘Flash’ Details!

Arrow Season 2 Spoilers Flash Black Canary
The CW / DC Comics

The CW's 'Arrow' dropped a big enough bombshell at Comic-Con 2013 in the reveal of Black Canary's season 2 presence, but none so explosive as this morning's announcement that Barry Allen would appear as DC superhero "The Flash," potentially spinning off into his own series, and even into the 'Justice League' and beyond. Now that the bomb has dropped, what major new details on both Black Canary and 'Flash' have come to light?

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‘Flash’ TV Series: How Will This Affect the ‘Justice League’ Movie and the Wonder Woman TV Show?

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The CW / DC Comics

'Arrow' fans and the DC community fanbase at large have barely begun processing the recent news of a Batman/Superman crossover on the big screen, let alone that the Flash will now be introduced in the CW's Green Arrow series, and potentially spun off into his own series. Now, CW president Mark Pedowitz has stepped up to clarify how the Flash will fit into 'Arrow,' what it means for the big screen, and whether or not Wonder Woman is still in the mix.

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‘Flash’ TV Series in the Works for The CW, Spinning Off ‘Arrow’

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DC Comics / The CW

The success of 'Man of Steel' not withstanding, Warner Bros. and DC Comics made their first major breakthrough push toward a shared cinematic franchise in past weeks by introducing a 'Batman vs. Superman' movie, though the silver screen was far from the only target. Sources say that DC has begun fast tracking a 'Flash' TV series to be spun off of 'Arrow,' but what does it mean for DC's overall cinematic plans?

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Comic-Con 2013: ‘Flash’ and ‘Justice League’ Movies On the Way from Warner Bros.

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DC Comics

Following big news from sources that say Warner Bros. is announcing a Batman and Superman crossover movie at their Comic-Con panel this afternoon, comes word that the studio is also forging ahead with 'Flash' and 'Justice League' movies, tentatively scheduled for 2016 and 2017, respectively.

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