THIS BLOG POST IS FOR A "THE FLASH" SEASON 9 EPISODE 05, & MAY CONTAIN POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR THE SEASON.
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The Flash cast & crew filmed scenes on Wednesday & Thursday nights, which went well into Thursday & Friday mornings in downtown Vancouver this week.
On set on this night was Grant Gustin as The Flash, as well as Javicia Leslie as Red Death. But another character was also on the set with them...... Batwoman. In total, there was 5 or 6 people working in the scenes at different points. But only 2 actors with dialogue. The rest were the stunts team for these characters. Javicia did the scenes where her voice was needed, and twice she had lines I could hear. Once was something about The Flash ruining her plans. The other time was "Aaaaaggggghhhhh", before Batwoman KOs her.
The scene at times seems a bit confusing for me to follow just watching it, but afterwards when I was able to watch my video clips in playback, I got a bit more of an idea whats going on. The cliff notes version is there was a fight between Red Death, and a team that consisted of Batwoman, The Flash, and other characters mentioned in THIS BLOG HERE.
At one point, they blew up a car, and I missed that by less than 20 seconds. I went for lunch while they were setting that up, thinking I'd have like an hour+, as any time there is scenes with explosions they do several safety checks before it happens. I came back from my meal, and funny enough got stopped by the crew who said they were about to film a scene and cant have anyone on the road for safety. So I decided to go down an alley to get to the other end to see it, because I was pretty sure it was going to be for that explosion.... and half way down the back alley, I heard it go off. D'oh! But throughout this shoot, they had multiple cars on fire for some of the fights, so it definitely was heavy on the pyrotechnics.
The 1st photo was of a board outside the venue across the street from where they were filming, showing how cold it was that night. I was out in that for about 7-7.5 hours that night, so hope you enjoy these photos.
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The Flash season 9 will air in 2023 on The CW.
****UPDATED JAUNUARY 2021****
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About The Show
The Flash is a superhero TV program on The CW network.