The CW has released the official trailer for The Flash season 9, with the footage showing the rise of new and returning villains for the final season. The Flash Season 9 premieres Wednesday February 8th.
Written by Rory on May 15 2022
Check out the promo and press release for the next episode of The Flash, that will airs on May 18.
EP ERIC WALLACE DIRECTS – The Flash (Grant Gustin) gets an assist from XS (guest star Jessica Parker Kennedy). Meanwhile, CCPD enlists Chester (Brandon McKnight) for help when a mysterious device is found at a crime scene.
Written by Rory on March 13 2022
The Flash is back! I have updated the gallery with high-resolution screencaps from the sixth episode of season 8 of The Flash. Check out!
Written by Rory on June 09 2020
Grant Gustin is speaking out against his former The Flash costar Hartley Sawyer, who was fired from The CW superhero drama earlier Monday after offensive tweets from his past were recirculated online.
Entertainment Weekly – Gustin, who stars as the show’s titular character, shared a lengthy statement from The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace on his Instagram, calling it powerful and elegant, and adding that he was personally “shocked, saddened and angry” when he saw his former costar’s old tweets.
“Words matter,” Gustin added.
Written by Rory on March 12 2020
DEADLINE: Grant Gustin, known for his role as Barry Allen/The Flash in the CW eponymous series, has signed on to star in Operation Blue Eyes, in which he’ll play Barry Keenan, the infamous businessman who orchestrated the kidnapping of Frank Sinatra, Jr in 1963. Criminal Minds star Joe Mantegna is directing the indie from a screenplay by Bradley Barth and Joseph Nasser. Production is slated to commence in May.
The plot takes place in December of 1963 when Frank Sinatra Jr. is a struggling lounge singer, deep in his father’s shadow. A young wannabe stock tycoon Barry Keenan, with an ex-wife, alimony payments, a pill-addicted mother, and a similar monkey on his own back (the result of a car crash), comes up with a harebrained scheme to kidnap Junior and hold him for $240,000, ransom, chaos ensues. Barry succeeds in stealing Junior at gunpoint but after that, it’s one badly improvised move after another, until Barry bungles his way into prison.
Barry was eventually sentenced to life in prison but only served four and a half years before being released.
David Arquette starred as Barry Keenan alongside William H. Macy and James Russo in the 2003 Ron Underwood-directed Showtime adaptation, Stealing Sinatra.
Jack Nasser, Joe Nasser and Jacob Nasser of Nasser Group are producing Operation Blue Eyes along with Kirk Shaw on behalf of Wonderfilm.