The Flash shoots scenes for episode 15 or 16 with Grant Gustin, Jessica Parker Kennedy - and some heard, but not seen Spoilers.
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The Flash was shooting scenes for episode 515 or 516 in downtown Vancouver for 3 days this week. While little could be seens Wednesday or Friday because the locations were up on parkades. Thursday, the crew was right out on West Georgia Street shooting scenes for the episode.
When I first got there, I instantly hear the director blurting out instructions in the scene that had no cast at the time. What caught my attention was the part of "and thats when/where King Shark lands". That is right, he is back. King Shark will be in this episode..... but thats not where this spoiler ends.
After what seemed like forever, they finally did a couple more takes, with another tidbit getting dropped shortly after as I heard "Grodd is fighting, and thats when/where King Shark lands". It took me almost no time to realize... this is the King Shark VS Gorilla Grodd fight Nora had alluded to earlier this season.
The evening didnt produce a lot of action to see. In fact, I cant even be entirely certain if there was any actors taking the places of Grodd & Shark. I THOUGHT I saw one for Shark on the first take, but I never confirmed it in later shoots. They also didnt do a lot of takes of the scene, even though there wasnt a lot going on in it. Probably a mistake on their behalf, as not long after, a torrential downpour would come
A little while later, Grant Gustin as The Flash and Jessica Parker Kennedy as XS were on set doing a scene where they were clearly engaging with 1, or both, of the mutant animals. The speedsters came prepared for a fight with Grodd it seemed, as they had some device on their heads that had ear muffs, and 2 red lights on it.Again, like the earlier scene... no action really took place, just the pair of speedsters standing in the street staring in the same direction saying something.
A little while later, Grant left the set for the evening. Signing a few autographs for people, and taking a couple photos with, before going home. Unsure if JPK was still working. The weather was so miserable, I felt it best to call it an evening at that point. They proceeded to film out there for a couple more hours. No clue what/who might have filmed afterwards.
The combination of terrible weather, darkness, and filming on 1 of the busiest streets in downtown Vancouver made taking photos very challenging. I quite literally only got 1 set of shots of Grant facing me in the hour or so I stood out there, and the 1 I posted was really the best of the bunch as I was shooting between a passing truck and bus, so the camera didnt really have time to focus fully in on him.
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The Flash is a superhero TV program on The CW network.