‘The Flash’ hasn’t been shy about crossing over with big brother ‘Arrow’ in its inaugural season, but whether or not Oliver Queen ever returns to Starling, his super-friends have already booked a return trip to Central City. Emily Bett Rickards’ Felicity Smoak and Brandon Routh’s Ray Palmer will crossover to ‘The Flash’ for an “All-Star Team-Up” later this season, but could it be the beginning of ‘The Atom,’ we wonder?
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It feels like forever since ‘The Flash’ last aired an original episode, so it’s great to finally have this entertaining show back on the air. It’s also a month later in the fictional world of the show when things start back up tonight in “Revenge of the Rogues,” and it seems as if Barry Allen and company are still nursing their wounds from the events in “The Man In The Yellow Suit.” But while plenty of people are hurting in Central City, ‘The Flash’ shows no signs of losing its light touch in the all-too-often dark world of Hollywood comic book adaptations.
Less than a week will see ‘The Flash’ racing back to The CW for “Revenge of the Rogues,” while Team ‘Arrow’ gets tragically “Left Behind” in the wake of Oliver’s duel with Ra’s al Ghul. We’ve had plenty of casting and trailers to tide us over, but check out extended looks at the chaos in Starling and Central City with two new trailers for our beloved CW superheroes!
‘The Flash’ has had himself a decent holiday break, picking up ‘Spartacus’ vet Liam McIntyre days before winning an official season 2 renewal, but things will go downhill quickly for the Scarlet Speedster’s January 20 return. Our first photos from 2015 premiere “Revenge of the Rogues” have arrived, and both Captain Cold and Heat Wave don’t exactly look like the play-nice types.
The CW’s joint ‘Arrow’ and ‘The Flash’ panel from yesterday’s TCA press tour brought with it plenty of scoop on either superhero, but also news that their small-screen DC-verse would expand with a ‘Vixen’ animated series, and potentially another spinoff for the network. Speculation has flown in every direction, but is Brandon Routh’s Ray Palmer character the one super-sizing his own spinoff for “The Atom”?
CBS forthcoming ‘Supergirl’ series has yet to cast a leading lady, or even necessarily confirm a formal series order, but that hasn’t stopped development on the DC drama from revealing new details. Get early scoop on the costume and characterization of our new Kara Zor-El, and find out whether or not there’s a ‘Supergirl’-’Arrow’-’Flash’ crossover in our future!
ScreenCrush’s Comic Strip is a weekly roundup of the hottest superhero movie/TV news items. From Marvel to DC and points in between, if it pertains to costumed comic book heroes, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, a weird ‘Batman v Superman’ rumor springs up, ‘Ant-Man’ releases its first trailer, and ‘Daredevil’ locks in a release date.
The hallowed halls of the TCA press tour nearly caught fire this afternoon with the assembled casts of ‘Arrow’ and ‘The Flash’ onstage, both reveling in their recent renewals. Still, with stars and creators in one place, both DC dramas stepped up to reveal new secrets of either’s 2015 return, including the true identity of Reverse Flash, our first look at Firestorm, Oliver’s return, and even the potential for another spinoff.
It’s a fine day to air on The CW, as the network’s TCA press tour panel brings some seriously good news. Not only will ‘Arrow’ return for season 4 along with ‘The Flash’ season 2, but so too will ‘Supernatural’ live to hunt another day, ‘Jane the Virgin’ keep up the search for love, ‘The Vampire Diaries’ continue…writing…diaries about vampires, and…you know what? They renewed a lot of shows. That’s what happened.
Earlier today ‘The Flash’ threw out a second Weather Wizard in the form of ‘Spartacus’ star Liam McIntyre, but why let the bringer of rain have all the fun? The latest 2015 trailer for ‘The Flash’’s return introduces ‘Smash’ star Andy Mientus as DC’s villainous Pied Piper, along with new looks at ‘Prison Break’-ing baddies Captain Cold and Heat Wave.