The Flash has embraced a whole host of high-concept DC villains, but always seems to return to the speedster well for its main antagonists. No longer, as executive producers confirm Season 4’s main villain won’t be racing anyone.
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With the recent creative changes behind the scenes of The Batman, Ben Affleck’s solo film probably won’t begin filming until 2018, which leaves a bit of a gap in Warner Bros.’ superhero schedule. Earlier this week, the studio pushed Aquaman back two months, pitting it against Sony’s animated Spider-Man movie in December 2018 — and with nothing else on the docket for the rest of the year, that leaves a sizable gap on the DC schedule.
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’ve seen a few previews so far, but Flash and Supergirl’s musical meeting is finally upon us. Barry and Kara share a soulful “Duet” in the first full trailer, squaring off against Darren Criss’ Music Meister in a race to the final curtain.
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.
The reality of production constraints leave Flash and Supergirl only enough time for a few original songs in their musical crossover “Duet,” but that doesn’t mean additional voices won’t fill the air. Find out what other big numbers will get Barry and Kara tapping their feet, as well when we might expect another Arrow-verse musical extravaganza.
The DCEU has had its work cut out for it from the start. It had a little bit better footing than Marvel because everyone knows who Batman and Superman and Wonder Woman are, but it still seems like Warner Bros. is trying to fit too much information into every movie so that it can prepare for the next on in the series. The most notorious example of this was the commercial smack-dab in the middle of Batman v. Superman that teased the solo movies and Justice League team-up for a bunch of new characters you never see onscreen again. Apparently, in order to tie the next bunch of films in the series together, we might be seeing flashbacks and flash-forwards in the upcoming solo adventures.
The Flash made suspiciously close announcements that Season 1 stars Rick Cosnett and Robbie Amell would return, and now we know why. The first trailer for next week’s “Into the Speed Force” reveals the circumstances of their return, along with Wentworth Miller’s Captain Cold.
This week’s Supergirl gave us the faintest of looks at the upcoming Flash crossover musical “Duet,” so how about a reprise? See the Music Meister himself in first photos from the two-part event, as Barry and Kara dance the night away in an alternate reality.
We’ve still an episode or so before Flash and Supergirl cross universes for a musical “Duet,” but why wait for the dress rehearsal? Our first footage has arrived, featuring Melissa Benoist and Grant Gustin in their Sunday best.