Aug 31, 2016 09:50 PM EDT
'The Flash' Season 3 Spoilers: New Set Photos Released. A Big Change To One Character In Season 3 [VIDEO]
The ending of season 2 of "The Flash" was impactful to the DC TV-verse as it opens the door for many changes in the upcoming seasons of "The Flash," "Arrow," "Supergirl" and "Legends of Tomorrow." The "Flashpoint" story arc is brought upon the world by Barry Allen going back in time and successfully saving his mother, changing a lot of things in Central City.
Season 3 of The Flash is just a few weeks away, and many glimpses of the what is coming ahead has been featured by quite a number of publications, and images revealing a few scenes from the upcoming season. Among the images that caught fans attention the most was set images that include Wally West played by actor Keiynan Lonsdale, finally wearing a speedster suit and affirming the fans' predictions that at one point in the series he will become "Kid Flash."
According to ScreenRant, The CW has released a few more photos of scene from the upcoming season, and the new images consists of Nora Allen and Henry Allen, who are now alive because of Flashpoint, new images of Wally West in his Kid Flash costume, along with photo of him and The Flash together in a scene. There is also an image of Barry sharing an emotional moment with Iris West. Lastly, there is an image of The Flash's returning iconic rival, "The Reverse Flash" inside what looks like an "anti-speedster" prison cell. You can check out the images from TVLine.
The CW and showrunners of The Flash has been generous with giving out details about the upcoming series, and have fans looking forward to new story angles for the like of Cisco Ramon, who the trailer suggests is now wealthy because of Flashpoint, and the Jesse Wells, played by actress Violett Beane to reprise her role, or may become another speedster as rumors have alluded to. Fans are also excited for the new villains that the "Scarlet Speedster" will have to face in season 3.
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