Synopsis! The Flash Season 3 – Review series 2017

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The costume was designed by Colleen Atwood, who also designed the costumes for Arrow.[35] It features a burgundy color scheme, a masked helmet, and gold accents throughout,[36] and went through multiple adjustments from the moment it was placed in computer renderings to the day of filming the pilot.[9] Primarily made of leather, the suit contains areas with a stretchable material to allow Gustin room to bend. According to Atwood “It was all about a costume that could sell speed, Grant [Gustin] was continually moving in the suit, so it had to be designed to make that all happen visually and functionally.”[37] It initially took Gustin approximately 40 minutes to get into his costume, as the first cowl was prosthetic and had to be zipped and glued to his face. This was cut down to approximately 15 minutes by episode eight, when designers were able to develop a new cowl that easily slid over Gustin’s face and locked into place.[9] Maya Mani replaced Atwood as the costume designer for the second season and made slight changes to the Flash costume, such as changing the color of his crest from yellow to white, being faithful to the Flash costume from the comics.[38]

Filming

Production on the pilot began in March 2014, with filming taking place in Vancouver, British Columbia;[39] additional filming for the series takes place in Portland, Oregon.[40] On how action sequences are shot for the series, compared to Arrow, Gustin said, “When [Arrow] shoot[s] action sequences, pretty much what you see is what you get and they’re really doing everything. We do a lot of plate shots that are empty shots of the area we’re going to be in and then they’re putting us in later in post. I do a lot of the fighting. I don’t have to do it full speed and then they ramp it up and a lot of people have to freeze and I keep moving. Then I have to clear frame and step back into frame. It’s really tedious stuff that we have to do. On theirs, they learn fight choreography and they shoot it from the perfect angles and what you see is what you get.”[41] Production on the third season began in early July 2016.[42]

Music

Arrow composer Blake Neely is the primary composer of the series, and was first hired in April 2014 to score the pilot.[43][44] He had previously composed a theme for Barry Allen which was featured in Arrows season two episodes “The Scientist” and “Three Ghosts”. The theme was titled “The Scientist” when it was released on the Arrow: Season 2 soundtrack. According to Neely, “It had to be different [from Arrow] … but it also couldn’t be so different that it couldn’t fit in the Arrow universe, … it had to be in a style that could hold hands with Arrow.”[45] On December 18, 2014, WaterTower Music released a selection of music from The Flash/Arrow crossover episodes, as well as two bonus tracks from their respective 2014 midseason finales.[46] The first season, two-disc soundtrack was released on October 16, 2015.[47] The second season’s soundtrack was released digitally on July 22, 2016,[48] and in CD format on July 26, 2016.[49]

Sound design

The sound design for the show is handled by Mark Camperell. The sound effect for Barry is made up of elements of thunder, electricity, jets, fireballs, and various custom whooshes and impacts. Speaking about designing the sound for The Flash’s ability, Mark says: “My approach for the sounds of The Flash’s ability was to editorially treat him like a really aggressively driven hot rod. This doesn’t mean that I used car sounds for him, though. What I mean is that when thinking about how to edit his sounds, I thought about it like cutting a car chase.”[50]

Broadcast

The Flash was screened at the Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment panel at San Diego Comic-Con International in July 2014.[51] The series officially premiered on The CW on October 7, 2014, during the 2014–15 television season[52] and also premiered in Canada on the same night.[53] The second episode was screened at New York Comic Con on October 9, 2014, as a way to repay the viewers that watched the series’ premiere episode.[54] The series premiered in the United Kingdom and Ireland on October 28, 2014,[55] and in Australia on December 3, 2014.[56]

Reception

Critical reception

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