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The Flash was on location for the season 8 in an area I shot them just last season, the courtyard in front of the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Last time they were here, it was for a 6 on 1 Godspeed vs Flash battle, that turned into a 6 vs 6 Godspeed battle. This time, no Godspeeds to be seen.... but there was a couple unexpected things.
The first scene of the night was a stunt scene, with the double for Danielle Panabaker, as Killer Frost doing a scene where she falls to the ground. Before I saw the stunt woman in her full wardrobe, I thought she had to be another character, because of the hairstyle. But then I saw her up in the air, wearing the full Frost wardrobe, and I was quite confused. In the scene, Frost falls to the ground, and I cant really say if she landed safely, or not.... but based off the next set of scenes they did that night, it seems this fall was not a good one.
After the stunt was over, the crew spent quite a while setting up for the next scene, with the stand ins re-enacting the scene that would come up.At the time I did not know who the characters in the scene were going to be, because the 1 double was laying down on the ground ( I was assuming it was Frost based off other facts I knew at the time), and the other was of an older man. While there is no specific requirements for what a stand in has to look like, they generally find someone with a sort of similar look/build. I decided to go walk over to where Danielles trailer was to see if there was any activity going on there to figure out if my hunch of the character on the ground was right, and sure enough moments later she came out to go to set. I chatted with her briefly there, and got her to sign an autograph before she went to set.... and thats when I noticed, HER hair was the same colour as the stunt doubles. Killer Frost has a new hairdo.
A bit more time passed, before theyw ere finally ready to do this scene, and I was even more shocked when I saw a man in a red costume with some gold on it, specifically on the boots there. Grant Gustin was on set as The Flash. First time I had seen him since Armageddon, and I wasnt expecting him there, because as I stated earlier, that double, the older man, is NOT the one he has used for the last couple seasons. But now I knew the scene to be Frost on the ground, and The Flash kneeling over top of her checking on her. Unfortunately, the angles for this scene were not great, and I did not get a lot of time to find a good angle, as they only did 2 or 3 takes of the scene, and were done. Grant honestly spent 3X more time hanging around talking with crew, and Danielle before & after the scenes, than actually shooting. That was it for Grants involvement that night.... and they were moving on to the final scene of the night.
By the time they set up the 3rd scene of the night, I was really hoping this one wouldnt be long, as I was really cold by then. The final scenes they were going to do for the night, consisted of Danielle (and for a very breif moment, her double) doing a scene with a currently unknown actor (if anyone knows FOR SURE who it is, let me know to credit them properly), in an all grey wardrobe. The whole time I saw him on set, he never took his mask off, so I cant say who it is. I do know, at 1 point in the scene he is wearing something on his chest that seems like a disc of some type, up near his heart. In the scene, Frost gets up off the ground, turns around, walks over to the guy, grabs this disc off his chest, and the grey mystery character does a long drawn out scene of hims seeming to be in pain, or dying from this action, aaaand that was it. When I finally decided to leave, they were still in the process of prepping to do 1 more scene, but it was with the same 2 actors, so I called it a night, and left as I knew there wasnt likely to be time for them to film the scene they were setting up with those 2 at that time, then set up an entirely new scene in teh time they had left to be there.
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The Flash season 8 returns from its winter break March 9, 2022 on The CW.
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The Flash is a superhero TV program on The CW network.