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Stars Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin are showcased in photos from the Vancouver set of their series’ upcoming crossover.
The showrunner spoke with CBR about juggling DC-to-TV characters, from "The Flash's" Rogues to Superman's cousin to the latest Ra's al Ghul.
With the series premiere approaching, The CW promotes "The Flash" with a poster showing the title hero zipping through Central City.
As the ALS awareness-raising Ice Bucket Challenge continues to captivate social media, multiple comics industry pros have gotten involved.
The CW's pilot for "The Flash" offers fans of the character a fun, action-packed show poised to give "Arrow" a run for its money.
Showrunners Andrew Kreisberg & Greg Berlanti plus "Flash" stars discuss how the show will connect to - and distinguish itself from - "Arrow."
"The Flash" stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton & Danielle Panabaker stopped by the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss their excitement about the upcoming show.
A new promo for The CW's "The Flash" highlights star Grant Gustin's need for speed.
The actor explains his take on the Scarlet Speedster as The CW's latest superhero series prepares to race out of the gate.
The CW has debuted a short clip introducing the S.T.A.R. Labs team set to help Grant Gustin become a hero in "The Flash."
The CW has revealed even more of "The Flash," with an extended sizzle reel and a 30-second clip showing Barry Allen embracing his new identity.
The first teaser trailer for "The Flash" provides the first look at Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) in motion, and plays up the "Arrow" connection.
With both shows landing on The CW this fall, the network tweeted out new images featuring Barry Allen and Liv the zombie.
CBR wants to know: What do you think of Grant Gustin's heroic garb for the CW's "Flash" series?
New photos from the set of the CW pilot reveal star Grant Gustin in action, fully dressed in his Flash gear.
With production on the CW pilot underway, Warner Bros. Television has unveiled the first full look at Grant Gustin's TV "Flash" costume.
Grant Gustin's Barry Allen runs and jumps from an exploding car in the first images from the Vancouver set of The CW's "Flash" pilot.
Warner Bros. Television has released the first photo of star Grant Gustin in his costume as Barry Allen's superheroic alter ego, "The Flash."
TV's original Flash, John Wesley Shipp, will guest in The CW's "The Flash" pilot, with an expected recurring role if the show gets picked up.
If The CW passes on its "The Flash" pilot, "Arrow" producers plan "to keep Barry part of the universe."
"The Game" actress Candice Patton will play Barry Allen's fast-talking, quick-witted best friend in The CW's eagerly anticipated pilot.
The "Law & Order" vet is the first actor to join Grant Gustin on the potential series, co-starring in "The Flash" pilot as "Detective West."
Barry Allen will reportedly be joined by DC Comics character Cisco Ramon, aka Vibe, on The CW’s upcoming "Arrow" spinoff, "The Flash."
With the two-episode introduction of Barry Allen wrapped, "Arrow" staff, including Geoff Johns, discuss the show's latest developments.
A character description for "The Flash's" Iris West describes the character as an African-American psychology student "as smart as she is beautiful."
Grant Gustin, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg discuss Barry Allen's "Arrow" debut, and address Nightwing speculation.
Grant Gustin debuts as Barry Allen -- better known as The Flash -- on this week's "Arrow," and quizzes Felicity about "the vigilante."
The CW has debuted a clip from this week's "Arrow" featuring the first appearance of Grant Gustin as the Flash's alter ego, Barry Allen.
The CW has released photos from Barry Allen's debut on "Arrow," featuring actor Grant Gustin as the scientist who will eventually become the Flash.
The CW has opted to produce a standalone pilot for "The Flash" as opposed to a backdoor pilot in "Arrow" later this season.
Recently cast "Arrow" actor Grant Gustin discusses his upcoming appearance as both Barry Allen and The Flash, and offers a hint about what his costume might look like.
Grant Gustin, who has appeared on "Glee" and "90210," has been cast as The Flash for both a three-episode stint on "Arrow," and the potential spinoff starring the character.