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Here’s the trailer for the first part of the Flash/Arrow Crossover:
Check out a clip from tonight’s episode:
Check out some video interviews with Danielle Panabaker on the night of the “Flarrow” screening, November 22, 2014:
The CW has released new promotional images for the second part of the Flash-Arrow crossover, Season 3, Episode 8 of “Arrow,” titled “The Brave and the Bold.” Here’s the episode description:
PART TWO OF THE ARROW AND FLASH CROSSOVER EVENT — Oliver (Stephen Amell), Arsenal (Colton Haynes) and Diggle (David Ramsey) track down the location of a boomerang-wielding killer named Digger Harkness (guest star Nick E. Tarabay) but are surprised when they come face to face with an A.R.G.U.S. team. Diggle asks Lyla (guest star Audrey Marie Anderson) why A.R.G.U.S. is involved, but she defers until Harkness attacks the building, killing several agents and targeting Lyla. The Arrow joins the fight and gets help from an old friend — The Flash (guest star Grant Gustin). Harkness manages to get away and Oliver teams up with Barry again to find him before he can get to Lyla. When Harkness plants five bombs in the city that are timed to explode at the same time, both teams must come together to save the city. Jesse Warn directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg, and teleplay by Marc Guggenheim & Grainne Godfree Schwartz (#308). Original airdate 12/3/2014.
The CW has released new promotional images for the first part of the Flash-Arrow crossover, Episode 8 of “The Flash,” titled “Flash vs. Arrow.” Here’s the episode description:
PART ONE OF THE EPIC CROSSOVER EVENT WITH THE FLASH AND ARROW — Barry (Grant Gustin) is thrilled when Oliver (guest star Stephen Amell), Felicity (guest star Emily Bett Rickards) and Diggle (guest star David Ramsey) come to Central City to investigate a case involving a deadly boomerang. Excited about teaming up with his friend, Barry asks Oliver if he’d like to help him stop Ray Bivolo (guest star Paul Anthony), the meta-human Barry is currently tracking. Bivolo causes people to lose control of their emotions and has been using that skill to rob banks. Unfortunately, the superhero partnership doesn’t go as smoothly as Barry expected. When Oliver tells Barry he still has a lot to learn, Barry sets out to prove him wrong by attempting to stop Bivolo alone. However, when Bivolo infects Barry and sets him on a rage rampage, everyone is in danger, and the only one who can stop him is the Arrow. Meanwhile, Iris (Candice Patton) is furious when Eddie (Rick Cosnett) tries to get a task force to stop The Flash, Joe and Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh) agree the Arrow is a bad influence on Barry, and Caitlin and Cisco deal with a new team in S.T.A.R. Labs. Glen Winter directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg and teleplay by Ben Sokolowski & Brooke Eikmeier (#108). Original airdate 12/2/2014.
Behind every hero is a great girl. Danielle Panabaker talks playing Dr. Snow in this edition of Chasing Lightning!
Here’s the trailer for next week‘s episode, titled “Power Outage”:
Danielle Panabaker graces the cover of this week’s Sun-Times SPLASH magazine. You can check out the cover in high resolution in the gallery.
Here’s part of the great article:
Panabaker got her big break as Tick Roby on the HBO miniseries “Empire Falls” in 2005, alongside Ed Harris, Helen Hunt and Paul Newman; she credits the project with giving her the courage to pursue her dreams with full force. “I loved acting, but the art of auditioning is something that always challenged me,” she explains. “Being on set and creating and collaborating with people is my true passion, and that really came with ‘Empire Falls.’ It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.”…
That industry acumen has served Panabaker well over the last six years, and it’s the primary reason she decided to return to TV. “I did [films] for a while, and then as I got a little bit older, I wanted to be more settled,” she says. “Television is just such a steady gig compared to features and other sorts of guest work. It was a matter of finding the right project.” When the script for “The Flash” came to her attention last January, Panabaker jumped at the opportunity — “It’s nice to play a smart and talented woman with her own point of view and her own history,” she says — and within a week, she’d landed the job…
Only six episodes in, the show has already been picked up by The CW for a full 23-episode season. For her part, Panabaker is thrilled — and a little exhausted. “Truth be told, I don’t know if we’ve really had a chance to revel in it and celebrate,” she says. “We work at least 14 hours a day and often late nights. It certainly keeps us busy — I think we wrapped around 2:30 this morning.”
But the ambitious actress remains undeterred and just as driven as she was when she set off for Hollywood more than 10 years ago. In April, when she finds herself with some precious downtime, she says she’ll start seeking out her next challenge. “Maybe [I’ll film] a drama that’s a little grittier, or a comedy that’s a little bit lighter, just to keep me on my toes. I like the challenge, the diversity,” she says. “I’ll never settle down.”
Read more at SPLASH.