Over the last 25 years or so, Tom Cavanagh has made a good living for himself as one of Hollywood’s most in-demand character actors. It’s taken a while, but he’s finally made the leap from guest star to regular on a successful TV show, having been on The Flash for the last four years as Dr. Harrison Wells (and his other-Earth versions), along with his alter-ego Reverse Flash. It’s been an exciting ride for Cavanagh, and he’s enjoyed every minute of it — especially when he gets to play multiple characters! (Click on the media bar below to hear Tom Cavanagh)
Nick Robinson, who’s receiving his share of accolades for the teen drama Love, Simon, will next be seen in the comedy-drama Krystal. Directed by William H. Macy, the narrative centers on Taylor Ogburn (Robinson), an 18-year-old who falls in love with an ex-stripper (Rosario Dawson). Probably unaware of boundaries, Taylor decides to attend AA meetings (he’s not an alcoholic) in order to bond with the woman of his dreams.
Co-starring Felicity Huffman, Tip “T.I.” Harris, and The Flash star Grunt Gustin, the feature marks Macy’s third feature directing effort (his previous flicks are The Layover, released last year, and 2014’s Rudderless). The trailer has its memorable moments and showcases Robinson’s comedic skills, and hopefully Dawson and Robinson’s chemistry will lead the way. Check out the trailer below and tell us what you think!
Danielle Panabaker’s been pulling double duty lately on The Flash, playing both scientist Caitlin Snow and her alter ego Killer Frost. While there’s the obvious dichotomy of playing both good and evil, which is a lot of fun for Panabaker, she says it’s the subtle differences that wing up being the most fun. (Click on the media bar below to hear Danielle Panabaker)
The DC crossovers have become a springtime ritual on The CW the last few years, and fans have eagerly anticipated the episodes, which have been excellent so far. Fans aren’t the only ones who look forward to the annual event — the stars of the shows enjoy them, too. Grant Gustin of The Flash has a few ideas about what he’d like to see in the next one, and he shared them with us. (Click on the media bar below to hear Grant Gustin)
The Flash returns with new episodes Tuesday April 10 at 8/7c on The CW.
Now in its fourth season, The Flash is one of The CW’s most popular shows. Its loyal fans tune in each week, and they’re also very passionate on social media. The show’s star, Grant Gustin, is happy to see so much fan reaction, because he says that while they’re filming each episode, the cast and crew are pretty much sequestered from the rest of the world! (Click on the media bar below to hear Grant Gustin)