Recently Grant was given a break from the grueling production schedule and came through the DC offices. We were lucky enough to have a few minutes to talk to him about working with some TV veterans, anchoring a hot new TV show, and how he's holding up.
Tonight’s the night! Yes, we’ve been talking about it all week long, but the wait is over. The Flash, The CW’s exciting new show that’s set to bring Barry Allen’s exploits to life debuts tonight at 8 o’clock. (Or 7 p.m. if you happen to live in the Central Time Zone.) Ever since we got our first glimpse of the premiere episode, we’ve been itching to talk to some of our fellow Flash fans about it. Unfortunately, there’s still a lot we can’t discuss. Not until after it airs.
With the possible exception of Green Lantern, the Flash has the most complex history of all of the Justice Leaguers. His stories involve traveling through time and dimensions. So to fill you in on a few of the basics in time for the premiere of his new show, we thought we’d whip up a quick 101 on the Fastest Man Alive.
Two weeks ago, The CW released an intriguing new promotional poster for The Flash, their speed-driven new series based on the popular DC Comics character. The poster shows Grant Gustin as the Flash, speeding across a Central City street as his trail forms his signature lightning bolt. But what’s really gotten fans buzzing are all of the hidden clues and “Easter Eggs” found within the city.
If you’ve turned on your TV, fired up your phone, tablet or computer, or looked at any billboards over the past few weeks, you probably know that The Flash is coming to The CW on October 7th. That’s when he’s debuting on TV sure enough, but this unique new interpretation of the Fastest Man Alive actually premieres today. And no, you didn’t forget to set your DVR...
Barry Allen hits the ground running next month in the highly anticipated new show, The Flash. If you're a fan of the Scarlet Speedster, you've likely been counting down the days, and while we're unable to make them pass any faster (you'd need the Speed Force for something like that), our good friends at The CW are making the wait a little easier with some brand new images from the pilot, including a DCComics.com exclusive image showing Barry Allen alongside the brilliant Harrison Wells at S.T.A.R. Labs.