The Flash shoots scenes for the season 2 finale with Grant Gustin and Teddy Sears.
THIS POST CONTAINS POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR EPISODE 223 OF "THE FLASH". If you have not yet seen the episode and do not want to read or see possible spoilers from the episode, do not continue reading or viewing the photos.
The Flash shot scenes for their season 2 finale in an allley they have used in the past in downtown Vancouver in mid-April.
This time, instead of The Flash VS The Flash scenes happening that I saw last time I was there, we had Grant Gustin as The Flash VS Teddy Sears as Zoom, along with their stunt team.
The scene showed the speedsters in an altercation, and, it seemed that this time maybe Barry was getting the better of Hunter Zolomon for once. The distance from the scene that onlookers were kept at made it hard for me to get too many decent pics with my camera, so I apologize for the fuzziness/blurryness of some of them.
Both actors came over and greeted fans at different times. Grant coming over first, and meeting with the considerably large crowd for such a seemingly inaccessible to public shoot. Most of the crowd left after that, but the few faithful fans that waited it out got to meet Teddy Sears about an hour later, as he came over and met with fans before going back to do his last scene of the night. I managed to get a couple autographs from Grant, but missed Teddy as he got called back to work... but I managed to catch up to him the next day as he was leaving town after wrapping the season and he apologized for not getting to me the night before.
The Flash will air its season finale Tuesday May 24th, 2016 on The CW in the U.S. and on CTV in Canada.
You can see all my previous blog posts on The Flash shoots HERE.
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The Flash is a superhero TV program on The CW network.