GeekRockTV interviewed the Flash himself at Comic Con San Diego this summer. Grant Gustin was excited to be at the con and discuss the future of the Flash. What’s on everyone’s mind? How will Barry deal with his daughter time traveling? At first Barry will be skeptical because a lot of people have come threw the vortex and lied about their true self. Ultimately, if Nora really is his daughter, he will have to accept it. How come Barry didn’t teach his daughter not to go back in time and mess with the time line though? This question made Grant chuckle as he spoke about the hardships this situation will bring to Barry. Barry has had his life taken away from him and now he can’t even raise his daughter the correct way since she’s in her twenties. This situation is extremely bittersweet for the favorite speedster because it’s another aspect of his life stolen from him. This emotional family tie will be at the center of season five, which Grant is looking forward to since messed up family situations are the formula to superhero content. In addition to the family drama, the team will also have a new villain. He won’t be a speedster, but will be terrifying and dark. Audiences will also see a new crossover this season, which will introduce Batwoman into the DC television universe. If Barry goes to Gotham, Grant thinks Barry could handle himself. He’s dealt with Nazis after all. Grant thinks the fans will enjoy the new crossover because it’s going to be different, but specific. More on that to come. Keep an eye out for season five of the Flash this fall on the CW.
Matching wits with The Thinker, who by season’s end had harnessed the powers of all 12 bus metas he created, stretched Team Flash to its limits, but with the help of some new allies, Barry Allen (a.k.a. The Flash) and company were able to put a stop to the Enlightenment and save Central City once again. However, with the arrival of Barry and Iris’s speedster daughter Nora, who appears from the future admitting to having made a “big mistake,” things are anything but status quo. Will parenthood be the challenge that finally slows the Flash down? For answers to this and all your other season 5 questions, please join the cast and creators of The CW’s highest-rated series at their annual Comic-Con panel. From Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television, The Flash will return to The CW this fall on Tuesdays at 8/7c. | The Flash
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B.A | Media Studies | Bowling Green State University
M.A | Film & TV Producing | Chapman University
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