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At one point, Amell's Arrow is seen aiming his bow at someone unseen and Gustin's Flash turns his back on the green-hooded vigilante during the filming in Vancouver.
Purcell will play Mick Rory a.k.a. the villainous Heat Wave on The CW's series, joining his former on-screen brother who has been cast as Leonard Snart, a.k.a. Captain Cold.
'Arrow' shows a glimpse of Colton Haynes in the Arsenal costume, while The Flash sees the effects of Barry Allen's extraordinary speed.
Aside from announcing the latest casting news, producers also hint at Gorilla Grodd and Dr. Martin Stein.
Robbie Amell lands a recurring role as Ronnie Raymond or half of the fiery superhero on the CW freshman, while Gina Gershon will guest star as an alleged leader of a drug cartel on the CBS show.
These shows along with 'Big Bang Theory', 'Mike Tyson Mysteries', 'Supernatural' and more are added to the panels which already include 'Gotham', 'The Flash', 'Constantine' and 'Arrow'.
The Barry Allen depicter on the 1990s TV series lands a recurring role as Grant Gustin's on-screen father on the revamped version.
The superhero series and the dramedy are the only freshmen added to the network's line-up in the fall, while 'iZombie' and 'The Messengers' are saved for midseason.
The 'Flash' promo that debuted during 'Arrow' season 2 finale has landed online.
A longer look at The CW's new superhero series will be shared during the May 14 episode of 'Arrow'.
The network cancels 'The Tomorrow People', 'Star-Crossed' and 'Carrie Diaries' to make room for four new series, and reportedly passes on 'Supernatural' spin-off 'Bloodlines'.
The CW has shared a new photo of Barry Allen's alter ego in his suit, ready to get in action.