“When we become Firestorm, it’s all Robbie,” The CW actor tells TheWrap, “I’ll be in my hotel room and he’ll be running around in the...
Fan-focused TV event will also feature Grant Gustin, Lena Dunham and Gina Rodriguez
Actress known for her heartbreaking turn as sweet, sensitive, dead Beth on AMC’s zombie romp plays villain Brie Larvan on freshman superhero series
“He’s one of the more fascinating characters I’ve seen in the DC universe and a fan favorite because he’s so different than everyone else,” the...
‘Flash’ Villains Dominic Purcell, Wentworth Miller Tease ‘Prison Break’ Reunion: ‘It’s All About Crossing Streams’
Heat Wave and Captain Cold “aren’t friends, but they do have a kind of intimacy and that’s been fun to explore,” Miller tells TheWrap
TCA 2015: “We should’ve had more women up here today. That’s on me. That’s my fault,” says executive producer
The CW superhero series scored a 1.4/4 for adults 18-49 and attracted 3.86 million viewers on Wednesday night
“When I’m fighting you it’s literally like you’re standing still,” Grant Gustin’s Flash tells Stephen Amell’s Arrow
It’s an odd couple DC Comics pairing as Stephen Amell’s grim and gritty Arrow reluctantly joins forces with Grant Gustin’s light-hearted Flash
The CW actor accuses the film studio of stealing Grant Gustin and “The Flash” TV show’s thunder
TheWrap has candid conversations with TV’s power foursome Wentworth Miller, John Barrowman, Andy Mientus, Sean Maher and prominent Hollywood stars about the industry’s new era...
An L+7 record 6.8 million viewers watched the superhero debut on TV, 13 million have seen it across all platforms combined
“Star-Crossed” actress to play DC Comics character Linda Park
The CW series stars discuss Tuesday’s new episode during TheWrap’s on-set visit in Vancouver
The actor will appear on the new CW series in a role that’s closely attached to guest star Robbie Amell
Comic-book adaptation lands network’s best premiere best numbers since the 2009 debut of “The Vampire Diaries”
The minute-long montage also features a new look at fan favorite “Supernatural”
The actor will recur in several episodes as Digger Harkness, the alter ego of the DC character
PaleyFest 2014: “Flash” producers tease a potential future appearance from an African American Wally West, the DC superhero known as Kid Flash
Grant Gustin learns to control his new powers with a little help from Arrow
Blair, Jo, Natalie and Ms. Garrett are among the panelists announced for 10th Annual fall preview confab
Grant Gustin even sounds a bit like Stephen Amell as he announces, “My name is Barry Allen, and I am the fastest man alive”
TCA 2014: “Flash” producer announces guest appearance for “Prison Break” star