Grant Gustin — Barry Allen’s actor in ‘The Flash’ — has been rocked by heartbreaking news. Logan Williams, who played the younger version of Grant’s role, ‘passed away suddenly.’
Congrats to Grant Gustin and LA Thoma! ‘The Flash’ star and the physical therapist tied the knot on December 16, according to his manager. See the cute pic of the newlyweds here!
After a newly designed costume pic for ‘The Flash’ leaked online, some fans slammed Grant Gustin for looking to thin. Now he’s fighting back about being body shamed.
It’s getting hot in here! The 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards brought out a lot of babes! See pics of Quincy Brown, Grant Gustin, Alex Hayes and more.
‘The Flash’ premieres tonight on The CW, and HollywoodLife.com caught up with the show’s cast to get all the shocking and unexpected secrets from the new series!
We can’t wait to see first episode of The Flash on Oct. 7. Before the big TV premiere, Grant Gustin, Rick Cosnett, Candice Patton and Danielle Panabaker told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY which juicy romances will play a part in the show. Watch our video interviews with the cast below!
Sorry, Oliver Queen — there’s a new superhero in town, and his costume was designed by Oscar winner Colleen Atwood, so he’s looking pretty fly. Check out the first official pic of Grant Gustin as The Flash below!Grant Gustin was pretty much universally beloved when he showed up on Arrow as Barry Allen, so needless to say his transition to his own spinoff series, The Flash, has been highly anticipated.
Where does one even start? ‘Arrow’ delivered its best episode to date with ‘Three Ghosts,’ a midseason finale extravaganza that found Oliver Queen dealing with his, well, three ghosts. But that’s not all —by the end of the night two bodies hit the floor, one epic villain was revealed and Barry Allen began his transition into The Flash. Oh, and did I mention that Oliver isn’t wearing that terrible eye makeup anymore? Yeah, this one was a doozy.
The episode was called “Three Ghosts” for a damn good reason. The Arrow midseason finale found Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) confronting ghosts from his past Christmas Carol-style, after Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) saved his life with a bit of rat poison. Read all about Oliver’s shocking past — including that murderous reveal — below!
Just when you thought ‘Arrow’ couldn’t get any crazier. The Dec. 4 episode ‘The Scientist’ left Oliver for dead, Roy shot, and Moira possibly in league with the League of Assassins, but new photos for the Dec. 11 midseason finale reveal that things are about to get much, much worse.
Leave Roy (Colton Haynes) alone, Brother Blood! Tantalizing new pictures from the Dec. 11 episode of Arrow — “Three Ghosts” — have surfaced, and fans of Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Roy should take note — it looks like your boys are in mortal danger.
Barry Allen has finally hit Starling City! The Dec. 4 episode ‘The Scientist’ served as the grand debut for the comic book staple, who was immediately swept off his feet by the charms of one very sexy, bespectacled IT girl.
Holy cliffhanger, Batman. Err, sorry — wrong DC Comics vigilante franchise. Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) finally came to Starling City for an explosive episode that ended with Oliver (Stephen Amell) lying motionless on a table, fighting for his life. Something tells us he’ll pull through, and with a new, adorable member on his team to boot — which is good, because shooting Roy (Colton Haynes) in the leg wasn’t a great move for that whole “Arrow playing nice” objective. Oh, and did I mention that Moira (Susanna Thompson) knows about Ra’s al Ghul? Yeah, this one was pretty major. Read on for more!
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