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‘The Flash’ Season 3 Spoilers: Grant Gustin Reveals "Power Rangers" Writer Will Be Writing Season 3 Episode 3 [VIDEO]

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According to IB Times, actor Grant Gustin who plays the character of of Barry Allen on the hit CW TV series, "The Flash, has announced who will write and direct episode 5 of season 3. Gustin also revealed the title of the episode. Gustins revealed all of this by uploading an image on twitter.

Episode 5 of season 3 of The Flash will be titled "Monster." The episode will be written by Zack Stentz, and directed by The Flash's longtime director of photography Kim Miles.

Stentz, who has been well-known to have written screenplays for acclaimed superhero films such as Marvel's "Thor" and FOX's "X-Men: First Class" is now more known to be presently tied to have written the screenplay for the upcoming "Power Rangers" reboot. And according to a report last May by Birth.Movies.Death, Stentz is also said to be writing for an upcoming "Booster Gold film, with Greg Berlanti as a producer, and a possible directing role. Television is no stranger to Stentz as he has written for hit science fiction shows such as "Andromeda," "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" and "The Twilight Zone." He will now again pen for another TV show, this time in an episode of The Flash.

Actress Danielle Panabaker, who play the role of Star Labs Bio-Engineer, Caitlin Snow has shared her enthusiasm of Kim Miles directorial debut via twitter. Panabaker also stated that the episode that Miles will be directing is also his favorite of the upcoming season.

Stentz also took to twitter to state that although he is credited as the writer of episode 3, it was really the product of team effort, and he feels weird calling anything as his episode, when all of the brilliant producers and writers have collaborated and contributed to the episode.

Last season, Stentz was responsible for writing episode 21 titles, "The Runaway Dinosaur" which was helmed by director Kevin Smith.

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