The Flash shoots scenes for season 4 episode 4 with Grant Gustin, Jesse L Martin, Candice Patton & more
THIS POST CONTAINS POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR "THE FLASH" SEASON 4 EPISODE 4 "ELONGATED JOURNEY INTO NIGHT". IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THIS EPISODE YET, AND DO NOT WANT TO SEE OR READ POSSIBLE SPOILERS, DO NOT CONTINUE READING THE ARTICLE BELOW OR VIEWING THE PHOTOS AT THE BOTTOM.
On this shoot, I caught the crew and cast of The Flash shooting scenes over 2 (technically 3 if you include the overnight shoots) days shooting scenes in & around an alley in downtown Vancouver.
During The daytime they would shoot scenes out on the street. On the first day, those scenes included Grant Gustin and Candice Patton shooting a scene as Barry Allen & Iris West where they both find themselves looking up at "something". On the second day, a scene with Grant & Jesse L Martin as Barry & Joe West was shot where they are interacting on the opposite side of the street. Of course, on set at all times was The Flash star, Tom Cavanagh. Mr. Cavanagh was making his 2nd appearance as a director for the show.
There was not a lot to tell from the scenes, as they were pretty generic scenes. There was also night scenes during both of those shoots, with a few different cast involved. I will have a post on those shoots coming up in the near future that will include the first looks at 1 of the shows advertised guest stars/recurring stars for this season.... so watch for that,
The Flash returns to The CW in the U.S. on October 10,2017 and to CTV in Canada
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The Flash is a superhero TV program on The CW network.