A few weeks ago we heard rumblings that 'Arrow''s forthcoming 'The Flash' spinoff pilot had begun casting for a few reinterpretations of classic DC characters, but the latest reports suggest things might be getting seriously sci-fi. Find out who Grant Gustin's Barry Allen could go up against, and what out-there DC hero could show up as a potential sidekick!
The CW's 'Arrow' remains on break for the next few weeks, but what of the proposed 'Flash' spinoff, where last we saw Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) bathed in electrified chemicals and speeding toward his destiny? The first casting snippets for the 'Flash' TV series have emerged from 'Ghostbusters' star Ernie Hudson, revealing some surprising changes to the DC mythology!
Though we won't have altogether long until its January 15 return, 'Arrow' season 2 sped through its midseason finale, "Three Ghosts," last night. A number of familiar faces returned to the fold as Starling City's latest big bad was officially revealed, while a certain scarlet speedster met his destiny in a lightning-quick chemical bath. So, what do the 'Arrow' bosses have to say about the big new changes in the back half of season 2?
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its ninth episode of the year with midseason finale “Three Ghosts,” as a weakened and hallucinating Oliver is forced to confront the super-strong Cyrus Gold once more, as a deeper player in Brother Blood’s plan is revealed, and Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) returns to Central City and his date with destiny.
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “The Scientist” saw Oliver reluctantly enlisting Allen’s aid to investigate a super-powered heist with ties to his past, while Moira found herself confronted by an old enemy, so what does the ninth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics, or will Barry Allen beat him to it?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s super-powered midseason finale “Three Ghosts”!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its eighth episode of the year with “The Scientist,” as Oliver reluctantly enlists the aid of Central City forensic scientist Barry Allen ('Glee' star Grant Gustin) to investigate a super-powered heist with ties to his past, while Moira finds herself confronted by an old enemy..
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “State V. Queen” saw Count Vertigo (‘Fringe”s Seth Gabel) complicating Oliver’s attendance at his mother’s trial, while Moira struggled to keep a dark secret from emerging, so what does the eighth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics, or will Barry Allen beat him to it?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s lighting-quick eighth episode, “The Scientist!”
The CW's 'Arrow' will soon enter a brave new world of DC tie-ins with this Wednesday's "The Scientist," bringing forensic scientist Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) into the mix to investigate a seemingly superpowered crime spree. To that end, the CW has flashed on an in-depth new preview for the hour, along with news that 'Doctor Who' star Alex Kingston will return as Dinah Lance!
Last night's all-new 'Arrow' installment, "State V. Queen," introduced some shocking twists and returned a few familiar faces along the way, but will the CW-DC drama keep the same momentum on December 4 when Grant Gustin's Barry Allen flashes into town? See the future scarlet speedster in the first trailer for 'Flash' spinoff setup "The Scientist" right now!
Earlier today we learned that 'Arrow''s impending 'Flash' spinoff would in fact emerge as a separate pilot, rather than feature the character's super-powered origin later on in the season, but that won't stop Grant Gustin from popping up as Central City police scientist Barry Allen on December 4! Get a first look at "The Scientist" with the pre-Flash inside!
We were more than a bit skeptical when 'Arrow' season 2 announced that it would introduce DC superhero Barry Allen into its story, culminating in a 2014 episode to serve as a backdoor pilot for a potential CW 'Flash' spinoff, and now it seems producers have blinked as well. Grant Gustin's 'Flash' will still receive a pilot for a potential series, but not in 'Arrow' season 2 as originally planned.
'Arrow' season 2 still managed to hit the mark with last night's "Keep Your Enemies Closer," an episode that abdicated the main plot for a Diggle-centric turn in Russia, but will the CW superhero drama have the same true aim when Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) makes a speedy entrance into town in "The Scientist"? Find out what brings the Flash to Starling City with a few new spoilers!