‘The Flash’ Musical Crossover: 1920s Cars Revealed In Set Photos

Grant Gustin The Flash

The Flash is currently filming the musical crossover and recent set photos revealed old-fashioned, 1920s-era cars lined up on the street.

According to Hollywood North Buzz’s Twitter, The Flash was filming last night in an overnight shoot. The scene included a “car chase with gangsters and guns” and there was “no singing” involved in the scene.

So has Music Meister altered something about Central City? Why are there cars from the 20s in the scene? Why are there gangsters and guns? Candice Patton, who plays Iris West, teased that she was on set last night and shot some fun stuff for the crossover. “This isn’t the Iris you’re used to..” she said. Make of that what you will.

It’s all speculation until we can get more information about the episode. All we do know right now is that Glee’s Darren Criss, who was spotted on set last week with Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes), Kid Flash (Keiynan Lonsdale), and Martian Manhunter (David Harewood), will be playing Music Meister.

We won’t get an episode description until late February/early March. If the episode is anything like the episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, then we can expect for all the characters to be under the control of the villain and will be the reason behind their singing. You can check out the set photos below.

The musical episode will include some of the cast of Supergirl, who will be appearing on both protions of the crossover.

The muscial crossover will begin on Supergirl on March 20, but The Flash will carry most of the weight of the crossover when the episode airs on March 21.

The Flash is back on The CW on February 21 at 8/7c, which has the team making their way to Earth-2’s Gorilla City in hopes to save that Earth’s Harrison Wells.

Supergirl is back this Monday at 8/7c.

Source: Hollywood North Buzz

Mae Abdulbaki

Mae Abdulbaki

Mae Abdulbaki is an entertainment journalist and Weekend Editor at Heroic Hollywood. She's a geek, a lover of words, superheroes, and all things entertainment.