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First 'The Flash' Season 7 Trailer Features A LOT of Spoilers - Watch Now!

First 'The Flash' Season 7 Trailer Features A LOT of Spoilers - Watch Now!

The trailer for the upcoming seventh season of The Flash is here!

The video was unveiled during the show’s panel at the DC FanDome event on Saturday (August 22).

Candace Patton‘s Iris West is getting haunted in the Mirrorverse, with Barry doing anything he can to help her.

“It’ll be interesting to see when she comes out — and I believe she’ll come out very soon — how she has been affected by being stuck in this maddening world with this maddening villain,” Candace said during the panel.

Showrunner Eric Wallace shared that in the trailer, “even though it’s only footage really from one episode, pay attention to the way it’s presented. It’s actually huge spoilers all over the place.”

The footage in the trailer is mostly from season six, episode 20, which was 85% filmed before the pandemic.

Ashley Rickards is returning as the villain Top, and Brandon McKnight and Kayla Compton have been promoted to series regulars for the season.


‘The Flash’ Season 7 Trailer

Could Grant Gustin Be In 'The Flash' Movie, CW's 'Flash' Showrunner Says...

Could Grant Gustin Be In 'The Flash' Movie, CW's 'Flash' Showrunner Says...

Grant Gustin might have a chance at bringing his version of The Flash to the big screen!

The showrunner for his CW series, Eric Wallace, talked about the possibility of the 30-year-old Arrowverse star appearing in the upcoming Flash movie.

“I am so excited about The Flash movie. I literally will be the first person in line to go see it. I love all things of The Flash, all different iterations of The Flash,” Eric said during DC Fandome on Saturday (August 22). “Obviously in my heart of hearts, Grant is my favorite Flash because that’s my show, you know? But it was such an honor and a privilege to have Ezra [Miller] come play in our Arrowverse, even though it was only that one scene, and Grant and Ezra got along so well. There was definitely a camaraderie there and a mutual respect for each other as performers, because they’re very, very different, right? They’re very different people. But they are both so, so gifted and talented. So yes, I can’t wait to see this movie.”

He then said he’ll give Grant time off from the TV show to go film for the movie…

“I would love to see Grant appear somewhere in their version of the film,” Eric said. “Say I said, ‘You know what? I’ll give you a couple of weeks off easy now.’ I don’t know if they’ll do that, but I’m putting it out there. Because I know Grant would be excited. I think he would have some fun.”

“I also told Ezra, with open arms, we would welcome him back. I would love to have him back for longer, for a full episode of The Flash, if we can somehow make it happen,” he added. “Schedules are so tough. He’s a very busy man. He has not just The Flash franchise, but other franchises too. So I don’t know how possible it is, but I do know it’s not impossible because we proved it in Crisis when we saw the two Flashes together. So I’m going to be hopeful and I’m going to put that energy out there.”

“Hopefully someday sooner, rather than later, we will see those two Flashes of Ezra and Grant together and for anybody reading this article, I am happy to help accommodate in any way possible.”

Ezra and Grant of course first shared the screen as their own Flashes during the massive Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover, and with DC diving into the multiverse for the film franchise, it could possible for Grant to join in. There has even been talk of him making an appearance in the upcoming film back in February!

Grant Gustin Reacts To Co-Star Hartley Sawyer's Tweets & Firing: 'I Was Shocked'

Grant Gustin Reacts To Co-Star Hartley Sawyer's Tweets & Firing: 'I Was Shocked'

Grant Gustin is speaking out following the news that his The Flash co-star Hartley Sawyer has been fired from the show.

The 30-year-old star of the show shared a note on Instagram that was written by the showrunner, Eric Wallace, and added his own thoughts.

“I don’t have much to add because Eric’s thoughts are stated so eloquently and powerfully. I will say I was shocked, saddened and angry when I saw the tweets. Words matter,” Grant wrote.

It was announced earlier in the day that The CW and The Flash execs had decided to fire Hartley in regards to offensive tweets that resurfaced over the last couple of weeks.

“I, too, am committed to bringing permanent change to the work environment here on THE FLASH. Yes, this is a family show. But it’s for all families,” Eric says in his letter. “That includes Black and Brown ones. In order to facilitate this, I will continued to find Black and Brown writers, directors, actors and producers of all genders to help tell FLASH stories.”

You can read his full letter here.

Grant Gustin Gets Candid About Struggles With Anxiety & Depression

Grant Gustin Gets Candid About Struggles With Anxiety & Depression

Grant Gustin is opening up about his mental health struggles.

The 30-year-old The Flash actor went on the Inside of You podcast and dished about struggling with anxiety and depression for almost his entire life.

“I knew I had always dealt with anxiety, but getting pinpointed ideas about where things started and why you were feeling that way,” Grant said. “Anxiety is ever-present in my life, for sure.”

“I’ve come a long way with taking a little pressure off myself,” he continued. “I’ve always been really hard on myself and I still am, but I put way too much pressure on myself early on and got in my way a lot and I think it shows, in my opinion at least, in the work, like how wound up I was and how focused I was on getting it right. It gets in your way for sure.”

See what other celebs have been open about their mental health struggles.

Grant Gustin Shares Video Message Ahead of 'The Flash' Return Tonight!

Grant Gustin Shares Video Message Ahead of 'The Flash' Return Tonight!

The Flash is back with an all new episode tonight (April 21)!

The series, along with many other CW shows, went on a brief hiatus after production was halted due to the global pandemic.

Star Grant Gustin shared a video message for fans before the new episode airs. Check it out below!

In “So Long and Goodnight”, after Black Hole hires Rag Doll (Troy James) to kill Joe (Jesse L. Martin), Singh (Patrick Sabongui) suggests he go into Witness Protection but Joe refuses to stop investigating Carver (Eric Nenninger).

While investigating Carver with Cisco (Carlos Valdes), Ralph (Hartley Sawyer) runs into Sue (Natalie Dreyfuss). Iris (Candice Patton) becomes suspicious of Eva (Efrat Dor).

Tune in for an all new episode of The Flash TONIGHT (April 21) at 8/7c on The CW, followed by an all new episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

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Grant Gustin Cast As Frank Sinatra Jr's Kidnapper In New Movie 'Operation Blue Eyes'

Grant Gustin Cast As Frank Sinatra Jr's Kidnapper In New Movie 'Operation Blue Eyes'

Grant Gustin is switching up his role from superhero to villain!

It was just announced that the 30-year-old The Flash star will play Barry Keenan in Operation Blue Eyes, Deadline reports.

Barry is the infamous businessman who orchestrated the kidnapping of Frank Sinatra, Jr in 1963.

“I’ve decided to only play characters named Barry,” Grant joked on his Instagram Story.

Operation Blue Eyes “takes place in December of 1963 when Frank Sinatra Jr. is a struggling lounge singer, deep in his father’s shadow. A young wannabe stock tycoon Barry Keenan, with an ex-wife, alimony payments, a pill-addicted mother, and a similar monkey on his own back (the result of a car crash), comes up with a harebrained scheme to kidnap Junior and hold him for $240,000, ransom, chaos ensues.

Barry succeeds in stealing Junior at gunpoint but after that, it’s one badly improvised move after another, until Barry bungles his way into prison.

Barry was eventually sentenced to life in prison but only served four and a half years before being released.”

Keiynan Lonsdale Suits Up As Kid Flash Again On An All New 'The Flash'

Keiynan Lonsdale Suits Up As Kid Flash Again On An All New 'The Flash'

Keiynan Lonsdale is putting the yellow and maroon suit back on in tonight’s new episode of The Flash!

In “Death of the Speed Force”, Kid Flash returns to Central City with a Zen attitude and new tricks up his sleeve.

While thrilled to see his family again, Wally confides to Barry (Grant Gustin) that he returned because he thinks there is something wrong with the speed force.

Meanwhile, Cisco (Carlos Valdes) returns from his fact-finding mission across Earth-Prime.

“The homie @keiynanlonsdale is back tonight as Kid Flash. I had so much fun with Keiynan on this one. Feels like we shot this forever ago. Directed by a member of the family, @brentcrowell1971,” Grant wrote on Instagram, along with a photo of the two.

Tune in to The Flash TONIGHT at 9/8c on The CW!

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