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'Arrow' 'The Flash' Crossover Fight Spoilers: Who won? Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin spill secrets as The CW considers third superhero show offering

October 20
1:43 PM 2014

The DC Comis mashup that every television fan is waiting for will premiere in a few weeks, Screenrant said. The mashup, of course, is the much-awaited crossover episode, which is Episode 8 of The CW's "The Flash." Based on the episode title, fans do not need to guess what exactly will happen in the episode, as the two superheroes are expected to fight in "Flash vs. Arrow."

Stephen Amell, who plays the mysterious Oliver Green/Arrow, told IGN that the storyline for the crossover episode was actually his idea, Without revealing any major details, he told the site that at that time, he thought that it would be cool for both of the characters to fight each other in "The Flash"'s first season.

He added, "We are very much guests in Central City and very much the rogue team in Central City. Just as much as Grant and the Flash team are guests here. We talk and we delve into the differences between Central City and Starling City but this particular moment is very much an Arrow-centric moment."

Grant Gustin, who plays the Fastest Man Alive in his show, revealed only this much, "When [Arrow] shoot 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."

On the other hand, Moviepilot pointed out that because of the critical success of the two DC Comics superhero shows, The CW is somewhat eager to bring another superhero on a solo television vehicle. The site believes that the network might eye Cyborg as its next offering. In the comics version, Cyborg, alias Victor Stone, is a product of S.T.A.R. Labs courtesy of his father, who have tried to save his son after being mutilated by an alien from a different dimension. According to Variety, a cinematic Cyborg played by theater actor Ray Fisher is set to appear in "Batman vs Superman."

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