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Arrow Offers First Look At The Flash, Which Will Now Get A Stand-Alone Pilot
This news comes after network higher-ups have seen Arrow’s eighth and ninth episodes, where Allen’s Central City assistant police forensic investigator is first introduced. According to >Deadline, the highly positive reactions have led them to believe the character is worth more focus, and they’re willing to finance the loftier budget that pilots usually call for.
Arrow Casts Glee's Grant Gustin To Play Flash
It looks like Grant Gustin will be Warbling his way back to The CW. The Glee actor has landed a pretty significant role in the upcoming second season of Arrow. He's reportedly set to recur as Flash in Arrow, and if all goes well with the episodes, he could end up going on to star in the potential spinoff series at the network.
The CW's Arrow Continues Expanding The DCU On The Small Screen
DC is trying to get its connected comic-book universe off the ground on the big-screen with Superman/Batman serving as a sequel to Man of Steel but all the 'second tier' superheroes (apparently everyone who's not Clark or Bruce) are still having their origins unfold on The CW. Marvel's rival has really come a long way since Smallville.
Arrow Team Hopes To Strike Another Bullseye At The CW With The Flash
Outside of the Dark Knight trilogy and the recent Man of Steel, Warner Bros. hasn't had as much big screen success with their stable of DC comic book characters as, say, DC's main comic book competitor, Marvel. But where Warners has succeeded is on the small screen, with series like Smallville and Arrow, which will start its second season in October. The CW is hoping to continue that success with Flash.