Last year saw Arrow and Flash celebrating their history of crossovers with a tongue-in-cheek “Superhero Fight Club,” and with two new DC dramas presaging a four-way crossover this fall, who could resist a return? Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow join the fray, so get an early at The CW’s DC heroes crossing paths for another fight club bout!
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Long before we knew Supergirl would join the fray, this year’s crossover between Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow was going to need some serious big bad to take on the combined heroes. Now, The CW confirms Todd MacFarlane’s DC “Dominators” will menace the various Earths, as EPs promise a movie-quality crossover.
Flash Season 2 spent so much time on its Zoom and iron-masked mysteries, it’s a relief Season 3 keeps more out in the open. Catch a first look at the real Jay Garrick’s speedy return in new “Paradox” photos, along with a closer look at Harry Potter star Tom Felton.
Likely the first thought anyone had after news that The Flash Season 3 would feature Tom Felton in a regular role was the meta-reaction from Harry Potter geek Cisco. Now, new details and photos from Felton’s appearance confirm some tongue-in-cheek references to Felton’s Draco Malfoy past, as well as his “Flashpoint” arrival.
The DC cinematic universe at this point is its own Gordian Knot of rumors and threads of rumors that are rarely legit and usually peter out and go nowhere. On the other hand, Rick Famuyiwa just confirmed one of these rumors on his Twitter, where he posted a photo yesterday of the latest draft of The Flash script. In the photo, you can see the feet of two Funko Pop figures: the Flash, naturally, as well as those of Cyborg.
We’ll have to wait an extra week or so before The Flash finally kick’s off The CW’s DC slate, but things will look at bit different in Central City, thanks to Barry’s “Flashpoint” changes. Case in point, see Barry and the new Flash (who apparently hates the “Kid” modifier) take on a new mystery speedster in the latest Season 3 trailer!
The Flash likely has the most questions to answer of any CW series returning this fall, but is the latest poster for his October 4 return giving anything up? Well, a lot of red, as a new look at Season 3 is – I’ll say it – pretty Flash-y looking.
Hard as it is to believe that October is nearly upon us, a return to The Flash and Arrow more than smooths over the changes. And speaking of changes, see for yourself what Flash has to offer in a new synopsis for Season 3 premiere “Flashpoint,” and ditto for the kickoff of Arrow Season 5's “Legacy”!
The CW wasted little time after Kevin Smith’s Flash episode to return him for another run in Season 3, one imminently gearing up for production. Smith even teased his return over Twitter, but may have inadvertently revealed a frosty and telling episode title in the process.
The CW already has in mind a fall 2016 schedule with four DC dramas during the week, so why not make it five? CW Seed’s animated Vixen re-enters the fray with a Season 2 premiere the very same week as Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow.