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Felicity Smoak Returns To 'The Flash' For Season 4

Felicity Smoak Returns To 'The Flash' For Season 4

Felicity Smoak is returning to Central City!

Emily Bett Rickards will make her way back over to The Flash in season 4, Entertainment Weekly reports.

While nothing is known about the fifth episode, this one of the many times that Felicity has made an appearance on the show — her first being back in season one.

The episode, titled “Girls Night Out” will also be Katee Sackhoff‘s debut as DC Comics villain Amunet Black aka Blacksmith.

Blacksmith is described as the “steely” boss of an underground black market for supervillains.

The Flash returns in October on The CW.

The West Family Will Be Even Strong on 'The Flash' Season 4

The West Family Will Be Even Strong on 'The Flash' Season 4

The West Family on The Flash are going from just being family to being co-workers on the new season.

Candice Patton, Keiynan Lonsdale and Jesse L. Martin have all opened up about how the West family will be getting even stronger in the upcoming episodes.

“I think it’s a great dynamic, because now they get to work a little more closely together,” Candice shared with CBR. “Kid Flash has kind of had to step up to take over Barry’s shoes, and so now Wally and Iris are kind of co-workers, essentially.”

She adds, “That kind of dynamic we saw in the Flashpoint episode, this brother-sister team up, which is really cool.”

Keiynan agrees, saying that everything “only makes it stronger, I think. I think [Wally] definitely feels even more closer, especially to Iris, because he knows what she’s going through.

“Even if they may not talk about it, they can vibe each other. He’s really looking out for her best interests, so I think a lot of — even in a sense of being this team — he also knows how much that means to her, dealing with this whole loss of Barry.”

For patriarch Joe, he’s a very proud papa of Iris and Wally.

“Joe takes a bit of pride in both the kids, because Iris sort of takes over at STAR Labs and she becomes more of a leader there,” Jesse shared. “She’s sort of calling the shots for the entire team. Wally is stepping up.”

“I mean, I think one of the things we did in the show that I didn’t particularly love is we sort of infantilized Wally. He was always the kid. Of course, he’s Kid Flash, but still!” he adds. “He’s a growing man. So Joe gets really proud to see Wally step up and actually be the superhero that he always wanted to be.”

The Flash will return in October on The CW.

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Danielle Panabaker Wants To Know Just Why Killer Frost Was Evil

Danielle Panabaker Wants To Know Just Why Killer Frost Was Evil

Danielle Panabaker spends some time with her new husband Hayes Robbins in Los Angeles over the weekend.

The two tied the knot a few months ago and were spotted out shopping at Crate & Barrel for their new home together.

Just the week before, Danielle was seen filming new scenes for The Flash season 4 — and she was definitely Caitlin Snow.

During Comic-Con, she revealed that one of the things she wished to see in the upcoming season was just why Killer Frost was evil.

“One of the things I wanted explained last season that I don’t know was ever totally clear, and I don’t know that we have the answer yet, is why Killer Frost is evil,” she explained.

Danielle adds, “I’m not totally sure why everything she does causes the physical body of Caitlin Snow to act so badly. So I’d like to know a little bit more about her motivation and why.”

We hope we do get to see this answered!

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DC Superhero Crossover on The CW Will Host Major Life Event

DC Superhero Crossover on The CW Will Host Major Life Event

Just last week during the TCA tour, the CW announced the exact dates that the DC Superhero Crossover would be happening — and now there are even more new details about it.

“It’s a full, four-episode crossover across the board,” CW president Mark Pedowitz shared. “This will be even bigger.”

Last year’s crossover was introduced in Supergirl‘s final moments, so having this as a true four-show crossover is exciting.

Romance is also in the air for the four-show special.

Executive producer Marc Guggenheim adds, “There’s no way that we can top aliens last year, so let’s up the emotional content. I’m not saying the emotion is romantic, necessarily. We wanted there to be some really big emotional turns for our characters.”

“One of the differences about the crossover this year, as opposed to years past, is, we’re doing some big character moves that affect all four of the shows.”

Could this be when Barry and Iris get married? Or even Oliver and Felicity?

Executive producer Greg Berlanti, doesn’t confirm anything about that: “Our way of making the show bigger this year was to go even more personal. It’s a big life event for a few different people on the show…there are many life events that happen.”

The Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will air in late November on The CW.

'The Flash': Grant Gustin Dishes on His Hopes for Barry in Season 4

'The Flash': Grant Gustin Dishes on His Hopes for Barry in Season 4

Grant Gustin is sharing his thoughts on the future of his character, Barry, in season 4 of The Flash!

After Barry took Jay Garrick’s (John Wesley Shipp) place in the Speed Force in season 3, Grant says he hopes that viewers can forgive him.

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“He’s able to just let go a lot of the things he feels guilty about, a lot of the hardship he’s had to deal with,” Grant told TV Guide.

Barry did lose his good friend Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) to her alter ego Killer Frost, and he found out that his future self was trying to kill his fiancee.

“Not only was he the big bad towards the end of the season, but he kinda set everything in motion that was bad news last year,” Grant added. “So hopefully, not only for Barry but for the viewers…for Team Flash, there could be kind of a forgiveness and we could move on from all of the drama that happened last year.”

Candice Patton, who plays Iris West, also shared, “[Iris] is forced to deal with that anger and resentment and abandonment by kind of focusing on protecting Central City… We’re seeing a very different Iris, almost a very hardened Iris.”

Don’t miss season 4 of The Flash when it premieres on October 10 on the CW!

'Arrow' Will Move To Monday For One Night Only For Crossover with 'Supergirl'

'Arrow' Will Move To Monday For One Night Only For Crossover with 'Supergirl'

Mark your calendars — the DC Superhero Crossover is coming!

Details were just released about the upcoming Arrow, Flash, Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow at today’s TCA Tour.

Just like last year, the three DC shows will partake in a two-night crossover — but this time, Arrow will be moving for one night only from its’ new Thursday night slot to Monday.

The first night of the superhero crossover will be on Monday, November 27th with Supergirl being paired with Arrow.


The crossover will wrap up the next night on November 28th with The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

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'The Flash' Casts Hartley Sawyer as The Elongated Man

'The Flash' Casts Hartley Sawyer as The Elongated Man

Another DC superhero is coming to season four of The Flash.

Actor Hartley Sawyer will play The Elongated Man in a recurring guest part for the upcoming season, DC Comics announced.

The Elongated Man, also known as Ralph Dibny, is one of The Flash’s most trusted allies.

He’s a fast-talking private investigator with investigative skills that rival those of Batman.

Upon discovering he has the power to stretch his body to any shape or form, Dibny uses his new abilities to help Team Flash solve one of Central City’s greatest mysteries.

Nice! The Flash returns to the CW in October.

Grant Gustin Dishes About What's Happening With Barry Allen on 'The Flash' Season 4

Grant Gustin Dishes About What's Happening With Barry Allen on 'The Flash' Season 4

At the end of season three of The Flash, we saw Barry Allen ride into the sunset with the speed force…but exactly where will he be when season four gets here?

Grant Gustin opened up in a recent interview on Barry’s whereabouts, how he’s getting back to his friends and all about his state of mind.

“When we pick up he’s been in there [the speed force for] six months so I think it’s honestly been harder on Team Flash since they’ve had to pick up the pieces and carry on,” Grant shares.

“The way I see it, time is kind of non-linear in the speed force. It’s not really going to be the same experience of past times where we’ve seen people in his life embodying the speed force and kind of talking him through it.

“So, when he comes out it’s like an awakening in some ways and understanding things he hasn’t before. He’s not really himself and it’s kind of jarring.”

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