The Flash star Grant Gustin posted the trailer to Twitter (see below), telling fans to watch Arrow's finale on Wednesday for a sneak peek at The Flash -- a sentiment the trailer itself reiterates. Presumably (as predicted), the 75 seconds added to Arrow will accommodate the first look, be it a trailer, a post-credits scene or some variation on the two.
The brief look at The Flash doesn't actually show Barry Allen himself -- just Oliver Queen as Arrow, in a field in the middle of nowhere, seeing the ground being disturbed, followed by a blur of motion that leads to the logo. Could this mean that the pilot for The Flash features a cameo (or more) by Arrow himself? We'll almost certainly find out more over the next couple of days -- and this likely cements the idea that Arrow star Stephen Amell's teased Facebook reveal will be Flash-related.
Check out the tweet and the Arrow trailer below.
Don't miss the finale of @CW_Arrow this Wednesday. Stick around after for a little teaser of @CW_TheFlash http://t.co/T4mfTKURIz
— Grant Gustin (@grantgust) May 13, 2014