Just yesterday, The CW surprised us with a first full trailer for Legends of Tomorrow, but we’ll need Arrow and The Flash to get us there first by next week’s crossover. To wit, The CW has released a massive gallery of photos hyping the big teamup, both from Tuesday’s “Legends of Today” to Wednesday’s “Legends of Yesterday.” Yes, that seems strangely backward.
Here we were, counting down to the first real Legends of Tomorrow teases by the upcoming Arrow and Flash crossover, when The CW does two better. Not only do we know for sure when Legends will premiere in January 2016, but the latest DC heroes kick asses all over time and space with our first full trailer!
Despite resting up for Thanksgiving, The Flash will have plenty beyond turkey on his plate in the coming weeks, first kicking off the Legends of Tomorrow crossover (potentially with a shark-sized big bad). The final hour of 2015 may bring even more DC goodness however, returning Mark Hamill as the Trickster alongside Liam McIntyre’s Weather Wizard, and even introducing its version of fellow speedster Wally West.
The Flash Season 2 offered one its biggest surprises in the glorious arrival of DC supervillain King Shark, though the extensive CG made it unlikely we’d see much more than a brief cameo. Now, Arrow star David Ramsey confirms an upcoming crossover will at least partly concern King Shark, Suicide Squad origins and all.
We’ll have to wait a week for Arrow and Flash to stage their 2015 crossover into Legends of Tomorrow, but DC’s CW superheroes have plenty of history to tide things over. Learn Hawkgirl and Hawkman’s backstory with Vandal Savage, and catch even more action in an extended trailer for upcoming crossovers “Legends of Today” and “Legends of Yesterday.”
The CW’s upcoming Arrow and Flash spinoff Legends of Tomorrow will garner its greatest setup yet by the coming December crossover of its two parent series, but when will the time-traveling DC teamup officially premiere? According to top Warner brass, the Legends may officially take a Thursday timeslot in January.
Welcome back to Up To Speed, in which Flash TV show veteran Dylan Todd and newbie Ziah Grace break down the latest episode of The Flash, dispense some Flash Facts, and talk about what works, what doesn’t, and where the series might be headed.
This week, Grodd is risen, Barry gets help from one of his dear old dads, and Cisco tries to date a hawkperson. 'Gorilla Warfare' was directed by Dermott Downs and written by Aaron Helbing and Todd Helbing.
As with so much of The Flash and Arrow’s current seasons, last night’s “Gorilla Warfare” didn’t waste much time setting up 2016 spinoff Legends of Tomorrow, including our first look at Ciara Renee’s Hawkgirl in flight. That said, promos from the hour revealed so much more, including a first taste of the epic three-way Arrow crossover starting with December Flash outing “Legends of Today.”
Unfortunately for fans of The CW’s The Flash, Grant Gustin won’t be making the leap to the big screen for Warner Bros. and DC’s upcoming movie. Ezra Miller will be tackling the role of Barry Allen and his lightning-fast superhero alter ego in the DC movie universe, and while it’ll still be a couple of years before he makes his big screen debut, the actor is opening up about the exciting new role and what he hopes to do with it.
There’s no denying that Arrow Season 4 and The Flash Season 2 have spent plenty of time laying groundwork for 2016's Legends of Tomorrow, and all that effort may finally pay off by the upcoming December crossover. Meet Vandal Savage, as The CW unleashes its full synopses for both hours of either series, including The Flash’s “Legends of Today” and Arrow’s “Legends of Yesterday”!