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The New Flash Trailer Is All About Trying to Live in a World Without Barry Allen

At the end of The Flash’s third season, out of nowhere Barry Allen was forced to give himself up to the Speedforce, lest Central City be destroyed. Now, much of this new trailer for season four is about how the team at Star Labs tries to move on in Barry’s absences. Read More >>

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Holy Shit, The Flash Movie Will Adapt Flashpoint

We’ve not heard a lot about Warner Bros.’ Flash movie lately—especially as it still doesn’t have a director. But moments ago at Comic-Con, we just got seeming confirmation that the movie is going in a new direction by adapting the infamous Flashpoint storyline. Read More >>

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Matthew Vaughn, Robert Zemeckis, and Sam Raimi Have All Entered The Flash Movie’s Potential-Director Roulette

Turn on your TV and you’ll see that The Flash is a great live-action character. When it comes to his big screen solo debut, however, things have had trouble getting up to speed. Now three top-tier directors are reportedly in talks for a job that no one seems too keen to keep. Read More >>

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As Demanded by Common Sense, Supergirl and Flash Are Going to Have a Musical Crossover

The news came from the CW’s TCA presentation, where executive producer Greg Berlanti announced a two-part musical coming late in the season. And that’s not all the excitement in store of DC’s TV-verse next year. Read More >>

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The Flash Season 3 Trailer Reveals How Badly Barry Messed Up Reality (It’s a Lot)

I've been dying to know what happened after Barry selfishly saved his mom’s live in the past and rewrote the timeline for everyone he ever loved. In a word, “Flashpoint.” Read More >>

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The Flash Director Departs the Film Over ‘Creative Differences’

One of the key members of the Justice League just lost his boss. Seth Grahame-Smith, who wrote and was planning on directing The Flash solo movie slated for 2018, has left the project due to “creative differences.” Read More >>