This post was republished on 4/8. Yesterday, Rolling Stone reported that in an emergency meeting about Ezra Miller, Warner Bros. decided to hit pause on all the actor’s projects, including the upcoming high profile Flash film, due to their recent behavior. Miller has had an increasingly bizarre series of...
DCEU star Ezra Miller, may have to retire from being a superhero in the near future – at least if fans have anything to say about it. Following Miller’s current controversies, social media has been ablaze with fans of The Flash calling for the actor to be replaced by his TV speedy counterpart, Grant Gustin.
Yesterday, Rolling Stone reported that in an emergency meeting about Ezra Miller, Warner Bros. decided to hit pause on all the actor’s projects, including the upcoming high profile Flash film, due to their recent behavior. Miller has had an increasingly bizarre series of outbursts and public alterations, culminating in...
Ezra Miller will appear in the upcoming blockbuster “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,” but their future as The Flash seems uncertain. Like MovieWeb reported, there’s an unlikelihood of Warner Bros. scrapping “The Flash” this deep into production, especially when the film is expected out on Friday, June 23, 2023.
After Miller was recently arrested for disorderly content and harassment, Warner Bros. is scrambling to figure out what to do with Miller’s role as The Flash in DC films. So fans of The CW's The Flash are pushing for Gustin to take over the big-screen role.
Fans are moving as fast as the speed of lightning to call for “The Flash” star Grant Gustin to replace embattled Ezra Miller in the upcoming WB film adaption of the DC superhero. Miller, 29, who identifies as nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns, has caught fire from Warner Bros. studio heads after they were arrested on March 28 in Hawaii for disorderly conduct and harassment. Gustin, 32, has portrayed Barry Allen/The Flash on the CW series of the same name since 2014, and the show was recently renewed for a ninth season. Miller’s “The Flash” movie was set to be released sometime in...
Rescued by Ruby will make its landing on Netflix on March 17, and you’re going to want to see this Netflix new release right away!. We’re used to seeing Grant Gustin use his superhuman abilities to fight crime in Central City in The Flash, but this time around, he’s playing a state trooper who has dreams of joining an elite K-9 unit of the state police. This role is a far cry from Gustin’s role as The Flash, but fans are excited nonetheless.
RESCUED BY RUBY (2022) Movie Trailer: State Trooper Grant Gustin joins the Elite K-9 Unit with a Shelter Dog
Katt Shea‘s Rescued by Ruby (2022) movie trailer has been released by Netflix. The Rescued by Ruby trailer stars Grant Gustin, Scott Wolf, Kaylah Zander, Camille Sullivan, Tom McBeath, and Sharon Taylor. Crew. Karen Janszen wrote the screenplay for Rescued by Ruby. Joy Ngiaw created the music for the...
Feb. 22 (UPI) -- Netflix is giving a glimpse of the new film Rescued by Ruby. The streaming service shared a trailer for the movie Tuesday featuring Grant Gustin as Dan, a state trooper who hopes to join the K-9 Search & Rescue team. The preview shows Dan (Gustin) take...
Netflix has released these official key art and trailer for “Rescued by Ruby”. Based on the short stories: “Ruby: A Dogwink Story” and “Dogwink Ruby” by SQuire Rushnell & Louise DuArt. Producers: Dan Angel, Brain Gott, Jane Charles. Executive Producers: SQuire Rushnell, Louise DuArt. Cast:...
Currently, there is not a lot of certainty on The CW’s schedule due to the potential sale of the network that is in the works. But based on recent developments, it does appear that Arrow-verse mainstay The Flash will be returning next season for a ninth year. According to Deadline, series star Grant Gustin is in the process of finalizing his contract for at least one more season of the show. Apparently a multi-year deal was considered, but Gustin decided to go with only a single season at this point. A ninth year will make The Flash the longest-running of the Arrow-verse shows, passing Arrow which ended with its eighth season. The Flash is still one of The CW’s top-rated shows whereas Arrow‘s numbers had dropped off significantly across its final seasons. A ninth season renewal is not in the books at this point, but once Gustin signs the contract it will pretty much be a formality. Since he did not sign on for any seasons beyond that, it is possible the show could end with its ninth year. But a fair amount of shake-up could be coming to the network if a new owner comes onboard. The CW usually issues a blanket renewal of its Fall shows around this time of year, but I don’t expect that this season because of the sale.
The CW has been making a name for itself over the last ten years with its DC Comics shows dubbed The Arrowverse. Even though this television universe started with Arrow in 2012, its first spinoff series The Flash has arguably been the most popular show for the network. This is likely due to the strength of its first two seasons, but it also has a lot to do with its endlessly charming lead Grant Gustin who plays the fastest man alive, Barry Allen. The show is now in the middle of its eighth season and, while many fans have felt like this current season would be the end of the long marathon for The Flash, it now looks like we are going to see at least one more season of the scarlet speedster on The CW.
The Flash may return for a ninth season. Star Grant Gustin is nearing the end of negotiations for the new season, per Deadline. Word has it he is committing to only 15 episodes for season nine with a sizable pay increase. The Flash season eight arrived in November with a...
The CW’s flagship DC series, The Flash, is headed to a ninth season. Star Grant Gustin is finalizing a new contract to return as the title character in the hit show, from Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television, sources said. I hear the pact Gustin has agreed to is for one year; a multi-year offer was on the table. According to sources, the new contract comes with a sizable raise for the actor whose salary is believed to be north of $200,000 an episode. I also hear Gustin has capped his involvement at 15 episodes next season. With Gustin on board, The...
For those wondering if The Flash season 8 is set to be the final one at The CW, wonder no more. According to a new report from Deadline, Grant Gustin is close to a new deal that would enable him to come back (with a pay rise) for a season 9 down the road. While no renewal is 100% official as of yet, getting Gustin on board was the biggest obstacle studio Warner Bros. TV faced. This would make The Flash the longest-tenured Arrowverse show so far, as the original Arrow lasted for eight seasons.
Grant Gustin is Close To a New Deal For The Flash Season 9. It looks like Barry Allen will live to fight another day on The CW. Deadline is reporting that Grant Gustin is close to a new deal to return as the Scarlet Speedster in The Flash season 9. The network has yet to officially announce a renewal for the long-running DC series. However, sources indicate that its next season could be its last.
The Flash fans have worried that the upcoming Season 8 would be the final season. But it appears The Flash will be back next season according to Deadline. "I hear the pact Gustin has agreed to is for one year; a multi-year offer was on the table," reports Deadline's Nellie Andreeva. "According to sources, the new contract comes with a sizable raise for the actor whose salary is believed to be north of $200,000 an episode. I also hear Gustin has capped his involvement at 15 episodes next season. With Gustin on board, The Flash is expected to be renewed for Season 9 by the CW and become the longest running Arrowverse series on the network, eclipsing anchor Arrow, which ended its run after eight seasons. It could be The Flash‘s final chapter." Andreeva adds that because The CW is on sale, the network may give early renewals to fewer shows this time. The Flash Season 8 premieres on March 9 in its new Wednesday timeslot.
After tonight’s new episode and the end of the “Armageddon” arc, it makes sense to what The Flash season 8 episode 6 return date. Luckily, we’ve got that covered for you within!. So what’s the bad news? It’s going to be a pretty long wait in...
On the CW's The Flash, you either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain (more than once) and your archenemy become the hero. At the end of "Armageddon Part 3," Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) sped to the year 2031 to prove he doesn't cause the titular apocalyptic event. When he arrived, though, he was horrified to discover that his nemesis Reverse Flash, a.k.a. Eobard Thawne (Tom Cavanagh), was in a relationship with his wife, Iris West-Allen (Candice Patton). The future shock will continue in "Part 4," airing Tuesday, because it turns out Barry is the murderous Reverse Flash in this alternate timeline and Thawne is Central City's heroic scarlet speedster. What is going on, and how did this happen?