Watch the Trailer for ‘Flash vs. Arrow’ Part Two

Last night we saw  the Arrow make his official debut in Central City as Oliver Queen and the rest of Team Arrow (Felicity and Diggle) ended up there while following the show’s new baddie, Captain Boomerang.

While there, Oliver joined forces with Barry Allen and his Flash Crew at S.T.A.R. Labs to take down their baddie of the week, Prism, who brought out the rage inside of Barry making him a self-centered, rude, and all around asshat.

Insert one of the coolest fight sequences we’ve seen or like someone on Twitter pointed out “that was the best action movie I have seen all year.”

Tonight, the Flash Crew will be heading over to Starling City to help Team Arrow take down Captain Boomerang because how else would you sign off for the mid-season than to have one major crossover?

Check out the trailer for tonight’s Arrow which finds Oliver telling Barry that they’re going to do things his way, unlike last night when Oliver lost all control of the situation as well as that question asked last night by Cisco (and every single fan of both series): Who will win in a battle between the two?

According to Barry, he will since when he fights with Oliver, it’s like the Arrow is standing still.

Watch the ‘Flash vs. Arrow’ Trailer

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As many television shows are getting ready to go on their mid-season hiatus, two shows are preparing themselves for a massive crossover event that has been teased since the beginning of its spin-off series.

Next week, both of The CW’s comic-centric shows, Arrow and The Flash, will go off the air with a special, two-part finale which finds both superheros appear in each show, once again.

Last night during a new episode of The Flash, The CW released the first trailer for the crossover where we see Barry Allen and Oliver Queen battle it out making fans wonder what led these two guys to go from buddies to enemies.

According to a release from the people behind both hit shows, Oliver tell Barry that he has “a lot to learn,” so Barry sets out to prove him wrong which of course might be the match that lights the fire that results in “The Flash vs. Arrow.”

Check out the first of two trailer for the upcoming special.

“The Flash vs. Arrow” will premiere at 8 p.m. next Tuesday (Dec. 2) on The CW. We’re also betting that we’ll see the trailer for the Arrow counterpart episode tonight during the show.

Watch ‘The Flash’ Extended Look

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Thank you, CW for giving us an extended, five-minute look at your newest superhero television series, The Flash.

For those of you who are not familiar with the beginnings of the Flash, the extended look at the new series that is slated to make its debut on The CW this Fall on Mondays, thanks to the new information that was released by the network during their Upfront today.

The five-minute trailer for the series picks up right where Barry’s arc on Arrow ended, with the big explosion that eventually gave him his superhuman speed. In the trailer we are also introduced to two characters that have already made their debut as scientists that helped Oliver Queen, the Green Arrow and his “Team Arrow” members come up with the serum that helped cure the big problem of season two, Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) and Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdez).

Check out the look below. How much longer now before a mini Justice League meet up happens?

Fred Durst Developing TV Show with The CW

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While everyone is hating on Fred Durst and Limp Bizkit, the frontman has gone ahead and decided to get in cahoots with the CW to develop a television series.

Yes, you did indeed read that right; Fred Durst is working on a television with the network that gave us The Vampire Diaries, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill and others.

The hour-long show has been named, The Noise and “chronicles the rise of a young artist in the 1990s who escapes a tumultuous home life and forms a wildly popular band with a unique sound” according to TV Guide.

The series sounds a little like it might be a little autobiographical. In 1994, Durst and his rap metal band busted into the music world with hits like “Nookie,” “Break Stuff” and of course their cover of George Michael’s song, “Faith.”

TV Guide is also reporting that Durst will be a co-executive producer on the show while Eric Tannenbaum and Kim Tannenbaum will be executive producers of the show through CBS TV Studios.

The Noise marks the second time that Durst has worked on a television series that has had the Tannenbaums attached to it. Two years ago, another show, Douchebag, was being developed through CBS about a rock star balancing his rock and roll wild way as well as his young family.

Those two shows, though, aren’t the first time that Durst has worked on something outside of music. In 2007, he directed the feature, The Education of Charlie Banks as well as 2008’s The Longshots. Earlier this year, he also executive produced the feature, Pawn Shop Chronicles.

As for being in front of the camera, he has done that too in the form as a bartender in a few episodes of Fox’s now gone hospital drama, House.

As for music, things are starting to look up for Durst and Limp Bizkit. The band signed with Cash Money Records, yes home to Lil’ Wayne, Birdman and others, and are expected to put out a new album sometime in 2014.