‘Flash’ and ‘Supergirl’ join voices for a long-anticipated musical “Duet,” but do the Music Meister’s antics measure up to their cartoon inspiration? And how next can the two top such a joyful DC collaboration? Find out in our full review!
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It isn’t every day that Flash and Supergirl would cross universes for a musical “Duet,” so The CW is going all out to preview next Tuesday’s extravaganza. In addition to an extended trailer, check out dozens more photos of the big numbers, including some familiar Legends getting their dance on.
We’re just one week away from Barry and Kara singing their super-hearts out when The Flash and Supergirl meet for a musical “Duet,” but why wait? Ahead of a full trailer, DC goes behind the scenes with a new all-access featurette teasing Darren Criss’ Music Meister, familiar faces and a show-stopping number.
Seeing as we could all use something lighter to think about, Supergirl and The Flash are officially reporting for rehearsal of their big musical crossover. Not only has The CW set a late March debut for the showstopping two-part event, but we also know which Arrow-verse stars will flex their pipes.
DC TV shows have an astonishing amount of musical theatre talent between them, not the least of which is Rent alum Jesse L. Martin as The Flash’s Joe West. We’ve seen The Flash get musical once or twice before, but “Welcome to Earth-2” will finally give the erstwhile Tom Collins his due, judging by the official photos.
The recent 'Arrow' and DC comics discussions from the TCA press tour didn't give us much insight into progress on the forthcoming 'Flash' spinoff pilot, but at least we know the casting has moved full speed ahead. 'Law & Order' alum, 'Rent' originator and 'Smash' guest star Jesse L. Martin has zoomed into the 'Flash' cast in a leading role, but which comic character might he portray?
We're less than five hundred twenty-five thousand, six hundred minutes away from the season 2 premiere of NBC's hotly debated musical drama 'Smash,' but still the casting wheels keep on turning. The series has experienced a number of cast and creative turnover since its first season, including either of Julia (Debra Messing)'s love interests, leaving plenty room to fill, but what former 'Law & Order' star and 'Rent' alum will cover her when season 2 premieres?