Grant Gustin gave away spoilers about the finale episode for “The Flash” promising it would be “gut-wrenching” but will also pack more action to keep fans satiated.
In an interview with TVLine , Grant Gustin said that Prof.
Wells aka Reverse Flash will get into the head of Barry and “ultimately sends him down the road he wanted to send him down in the finale.”
“If you’d seen the trailer for the finale, you see that he does indeed goes back to the night his mom was murdered and he makes that decision and he’s there and we just have to see how that goes down and how that changes things,” the actor said.
Grant Gustin also teased more spoilers for “The Flash” finale when he said, “The last two minutes, I don’t want to give out specifics the finale itself is gut-wrenching and heartbreaking..everything I wanted it to be as an actor and as audience member I think people are gonna love it and there’s some serious action to cap things up as well.” The promo video reveals the Flashpoint Paradox when Barry Allen travels back in time to the night of his mother’s murder.
As the clip shows, Barry Allen’s mother, who’s bleeding on the floor, is surprised to find a stranger in a strange costume in her house.
“Who are you?” He replies, “It’s me mom, Barry,” as tears fall down his cheeks.
Previously, Jesse L.
Martin, who plays Joe, teased “The Flash” finale spoilers to People , that Barry finally learns that he has the power to change the past because of time travel.
He explained, “Barry has the opportunity to maybe go back and change the way things went down but if he changes anything, that means his relationship with Joe may never exist, with Iris, with all the people he’s come to know.” “But he will have the happy life he thought he’d have with his mom, Nora, and his dad, Henry.” “So, it’s a huge decision for Barry,” Jesse L.