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Stephen and Robbie Amell Star In New ‘Code 8’ Trailer

Cousins Stephen and Robbie Amell, known for the Arrowverse, crowd-funded a science-fiction movie back in 2016 to the tune of around $2.5 million and got to make Code 8. Among the perks, included that fans could be cast as extras and appear in the movie, in addition to various items like hats, shirts, hoodies and …

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Upcoming Funko Pops: Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Green Arrow, Falcon, Cyborg & Lots More

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Images have hit the net from a Funko catalog revealing Pop! Vinyl figures are in the works for Star Wars: The Force Awakens; DC’s Cyborg, Power Girl, Firestorm; A-Team; Golden Girls, Space Ghost; Falcon; Dock Ock; She-Hulk; Flash Gordon; Speedy and Green Arrow; Dark Cyrstal, and the 1950 Batman and Batmobile.

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First Look At Robbie Amell In Return To The Flash

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We all knew it was coming, but check out the twist on the return of Robbie Amell as Firestorm.

Obvious spoiler warning.

 

A Canadian Twitter account has posted a set photo from Vancouver that shows Robbie Amell back as Firestorm; however, it’s not the the Robbie Amell Firestorm we are used to — it’s the Earth 2 version!

Apparently the set image is from a future episode of The Flash. It’s also thought Robbie Amell may be appearing on DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow.

Update: EP Andrew Kreisberg reveals Robbie Amell will be the Earth-2 version known as — Deathstorm! (via EW)

“We are beyond excited to have Robbie back on The Flash,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg tells EW. “You can’t keep a good Firestorm down. Only this time, he’s back with a twist, a deadly Earth-Two version of our beloved Ronnie in the form of Deathstorm.”

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The Flash returns Tuesday, January 19th.

“The Flash” airs on the CW Tuesdays at 8pm ET starring Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanagh and Jesse L. Martin. 

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Robbie Amell To Return As Firestorm For DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow

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It’s probably a safe bet to say that Robbie Amell will be back as Firestorm.

Amell was seemingly killed off in Season 2 of The Flash, probably because of his stint in the upcoming X-Files series, but now that filming on X-Files is over, it looks as if Amell will be back as Firestorm.

About two months ago saw Robbie Amell tease his return to the character, and now Victor Garber has seemingly confirmed Robbie Amell for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

Victor Garber, who plays the other half of Firestorm, Dr. Stein, posted an image of himself with Amell on Instagram, including Robbie Amell and the DC’s Legends of Tomorrow account in on the post: “Reunited and it feels so good.”

Likewise, Robbie Amell posted the image on his own Instagram account with “Dinner with the ex” as well as an image of the Firestorm containment unit, adding: “Hello old friend.”

Check out the Instagram posts below.

DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow debuts January 21st. Presently replacing Robbie Amell as Firestorm is Franz Drameh as Jax Jackson.

 

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The Flash Poster Teases New Firestorm

Check out the new poster below for The Flash featuring new Firestorm  Jefferson “Jax” Jackson played by Franz Drameh. As we saw last episode, Dr. Stein is in need of a second half due to suffering ill effects from being separted from Ronnie Raymond.

Regarding the future of Ronnie Raynond, Robbie Amell recently teased he will be back.

Watch the preview above as well.

“Fury of Firestorm” Episode synopsis:

Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team look for another Firestorm match for Dr. Stein (Victor Garber). When the team meets Jefferson “Jax” Jackson (guest star Franz Drameh), Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) has her reservations about whether Jax is the right match for Dr. Stein. Iris (Candice Patton) surprises Joe (Jesse L. Martin) while Barry and Patty (guest star Shantel VanSanten) grow closer. Stefan Pleszczynski directed the episode written by Kai Yu Wu & Joe Peracchio (#204). Original airdate 10/27/2015.

“The Flash” airs on the CW Tuesdays at 8pm ET starring Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanagh and Jesse L. Martin.  

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Robbie Amell Teases Return To Firestorm

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When DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow was first announced, it was learned Robbie Amell would not be a part of the spinoff series.

This Season on The Flash also saw Robbie Amell’s character, Ronnie Raymond, seemingly killed off, with the new Firestorm teased for next week’s episode.

Now it appears as if Robbie Amell’s flame is not about burn out as the actor has taken to Instagram to tease a return.

“Firestorm is in great hands,” Amell posted along with a side-by-side pic of himself with new Firestorm Franz Drameh. “But I’ll be back.”

Amell is appearing in the X-Files relaunch, so it’s possible the actor took some time off to film that show, which sees its debut in January.

 

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New Flash Season 2 Promo Reveals New Firestorm

We may have a look at the new Firestorm as the CW has released a new promo trailer for The Flash Season 2.

The above trailer features a different actor as Firestorm, and if the teaser above is anything to go by, the DC Comics character Jason Rusch will be used instead of Ronnie Raymond.

Udpate: The new Firestorm looks to be the Jay Jackson version played by Franz Drameh.

Robbie Amell has been speculated to be leaving the role of Firestorm due to not being a part of DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow.

The Flash returns Tuesday, October 6th.

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Robbie Amell Reveals Flash Cut Scene Featured Matter Manipulation

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Robbie Amell plays Ronnie Raymond, one half of the DC super hero Firestorm.

Fans of the comics that are familiar with the character known Firestorm to be a power house, and now Amell reveals a cut scene from an episode of The Flash featured Firestorm using his matter manipulation powers.

Amell tells Screen Rant they cut the scene because they felt it didn’t fit with the story, but offers we may see the new power in Season 2:

“The sad thing is there was a moment in the finale that had to be cut out – just because it was such a massive episode and it didn’t actually have anything to do with plot – where they introduced matter manipulation. There’s a scene where Danielle [Panabaker]’s character is checking my temperature and giving me the once-over. I call Victor in the room and we merge, and I turn her thermometer into a daffodil. It was just like a really nice, sweet way of showing… because she’s asking if we’re going to be OK, and I’m like, “Actually, we’re getting pretty good at this whole Firestorm thing.” And we merge without even missing a beat and turn that into a flower. It was a nice moment, but ultimately it just didn’t hold any bearing on the plot.

“So, matter manipulation I’m sure will be reintroduced, or maybe it will be available on the DVD director’s cut of the episode. But there’s so much they can do with this character. My biggest fear with the character was that he was too powerful. I think that sometimes that can be an issue. I feel like that’s the only problem I ever have with the Superman comic book, is other than kryptonite, how do you stop this guy? But they’ve done an unbelievable job.”

Other powers Firestorm uses in the comics that we have yet to see include affecting organic matter, regenerating lost limbs and tissues, shapeshifting, flying at super fast speed and become intangible.

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Is Robbie Amell Leaving The Flash & Firestorm?

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What’s up regarding Robbie Amell, who plays one-half of Firestorm on The Flash?

With the announcement of the new Arrow/Flash superhero team spinoff came word that it will feature Victor Garber as Dr. Stein.

Caity Lotz also confirmed Firestorm for the series at a recent convention.

With news of Dr. Stein appearing, certainly the other half of Firestorm – Ronnie Raymond – will appear (right?).

However, now it’s learned Robbie Amell will not be appearing on the new spinoff.

Executive producer Greg Berlanti says there is a a particular reason for Robbie Amell’s absence, but didn’t offer anything further.

“I can’t say why,” Berlanti told EW.com.

It seems odd that Robbie Amell wouldn’t be appearing as Firestorm as even when Dr. Stein is in control, Amell’s likeness is used.

Is Robbie Amell leaving The Flash, with a new actor possibly coming in to replace him which will appear in the spinoff as well?

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First Look At Robbie Amell’s Firestorm Costume For The Flash

Following the news that the CW has renewed Arrow and The Flash, a first look at Robbie Amell’s Firestorm costume has hit the net.

We also get a look at Victor Garber as Dr. Martin Stein. 

IGN attended the Television Critics Association press tour today where the CW had the costumes on display.

The Flash returns Tuesday, January 20th at 8pm ET.

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Watch: Facebook QnA With Stephen Amell

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Check out Part 1 of a Facebook QnA with Stephen Amell in recognition of his page getting 3 million fans.

Some of the highlights includes Stephen commenting on wanting to work with his cousin, Robbie Amell, the new Firestorm; Amell ranting about Twitter, and he also has an interesting approach to proposing.

Stephen Amell returns as Arrow Wednesday, January 21st at 8pm ET on the CW.

 

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Stephen Amell Teases Firestorm On Arrow Set

Stephen Amell has taken to his Facebook page to post an image from the set of Arrow of himself with his cousin Robbie Amell.

Robbie is playing Ronnie Raymond, aka Firestorm, on The Flash series.

Amell teased, “Firestorm on the Arrow set. But why?”

If we are to assume Robbie Amell will be appearing in an episode of Arrow, it’s possible that following the mid-season finale of The Flash, after Firestorm saved The Flash, he may have flown to Starling city. 

Stephen Amell is wearing his longer hair, which suggests he is filming flashback scenes. I don’t think Firestorm’s powers include time travel, so Stephen looks to be filming scenes set in the past, and if Robbie is indeed filming Arrow scenes, his visit will be set in the present.

“The Flash” returns Tuesday, January 20th; “Arrow” returns Wednesday, January 21st.

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Robbie Amell Teases Firestorm Costume

We got a taste of the powers of Firestorm in the mid-season finale of The Flash.

Now Robbie Amell has teased at what looks to be the suit or costume for Firestorm as the actor shared the following image on his Instagram.

Below the image, you can check out a larger-sized version, as well as a pic Amell posted of Firestorm from the episode.

The Flash returns Tuesday, January 20th at 9pm ET on the CW.

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Firestorm May Appear In CW’s “Arrow” – and Batman?!

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So far everything that has been coming out of the CW regarding Arrow has looked and sounded really good.

The actor playing Oliver Queen, Stephen Amell, seems super psyched, we are getting characters like China White, Deathstroke and Deadshot as well, and now we are even hearing that Firestorm – and maybe even Batman – will be appearing.

Regarding Firestorm…

Emily Bett Rickards has been cast in the role of Felicity Smoak, known to Firestorm fans as the stepmother of Ronnie Raymond — “one half” of Firestorm. Of course with Smoak being involved – and said to be reoccurring – it’s not too hard to think some sort of Firestorm appearance or even mention might be a part of Arrow. (Via Kabookit)

Now for Batman.

While Smallville fans never got to see Batman in their favorite TV super show – though they eventually do in the comic book – Bruce Wayne and company may have a chance of appearing in Arrow.

The reason that there was no Batman in Smallville was simply because of Christopher Nolan and his Dark Knight Trilogy of movies. But now that they are finished, the Batman does have a shot of appearing on TV.

“Oh, my hope is that we can use him at some point. I think that plagued the Smallville showrunners more than it plagues us because, obviously, the Dark Knight Trilogy is over,” Arrow producer Marc Guggenheim told IGN. “They’re not available to us yet. My hope is that they’ll be available to us at some point. That would be awesome. No question, that would be absolutely awesome. But I don’t know. That’s above my pay grade.”

And in the same interview with IGN, Guggenheim hints at more DC Comics superheroes.

“I would say, ‘Probably.’ One of the things we want to do is roll the show out at the right pace. For the most part, I think we’ve taken the philosophy that things are happening sooner rather than later. I always feel like every time we get the note from the network, ‘Is this happening too soon?,’ I feel like we’re on the right track. I know as a viewer myself, I’m impatient. I want to see stuff. We’re not going to make the audience wait to see characters, plot twists, revelations. I think running out of great characters and great moments is a quality problem to have, and I just want to have them.”

Arrow debuts on the CW Wednesday, October 10th at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

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