The CW have released, via EW, new details and first look at Tom Felton (Harry Potter) as CSI tech Julian Dorn in the upcoming second episode of ‘The Flash’ Season 3, titled “Paradox.”
Felton hopes his character will be the first to make a Harry Potter reference. “I’m so excited for the references. I don’t doubt the talent and creativity of the writers. I’ve got a feeling they’ll come up with some real good ones. I hadn’t thought about me saying it — I assumed it would come at me from Cisco — but maybe I should give it to Cisco. Maybe he should misquote something and I could correct him.”
Executive producer Todd Helbing teased that Felton’s character is “a direct result of Flashpoint.” Helbing further explained, “Barry’s had that lab to himself, but now he’s got to share it with this guy, who doesn’t really like him and is kind of prickly.”
WHAT WOULD YOU SACRIFICE TO HAVE EVERYTHING YOU’VE EVER WANTED? — Barry (Grant Gustin) is living his dream life – his parents are alive, he’s asked Iris West (Candice Patton) on a date and he can finally be a normal guy as Central City has another speedster, Kid Flash (Keiynan Lonsdale), running around saving the city. When Barry starts forgetting parts of his old life, the Reverse Flash (guest star Matt Letscher) taunts his nemesis and tells him that there will be serious repercussions for Barry and the ones he loves if he continues to live in this alternate universe. In addition to losing his memories, his powers will also start to fade. When disaster strikes, Barry must decide if he wants to continue to live in this world as Barry Allen or return to his universe as The Flash. Jesse Warn directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg and teleplay by Brooke Roberts (FL301). Original airdate 10/4/2016.
‘The Flash’ Season 3 premieres Tuesday, October 4th at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.
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So excited for the start of season 3 of the Flash. I like all the CW series, but Flash is my favourite. Hopefully we wont have to wait too long here in the uk, we are usually two or three weeks behind the states.