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The Flash 2×15 (CW) Directed by Hanelle Culpepper

February 23, 2016

When King Shark escapes from an A.R.G.U.S. holding tank, Lila and Diggle travel to Central City to warn The Flash. King Shark shows up at the West house and attacks Joe, Iris, Wally and Barry.

After a breakout year, Hanelle Culpepper continues her TV winning streak by directing the anticipated Flash episode “King Shark”.
Starring Arrow guest stars Audrey Marie Anderson & David Ramsey, the episode welcomes back X-Men screenwriter and voice artist David “Snake!” Hayter as the titular monster introduced in a scene of the early season 2 episode “The Fury of Firestorm”.
The feature film director and former USC Annenberg/AFI Directing Workshop For Women student has been a hot name in television lately, directing more than 10 episodes of Criminal Minds, Castle, Sleepy Hollow & Hawaii Five-0 during the last year. It certainly won’t stop there, as she recently filmed the episode 3×16 “Alone With Everybody” of The Originals written by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson.

The Flash 2×15 (CW) “King Shark”

Directed by Hanelle Culpepper
Written by Benjamin Raab & Deric A. Hughes
Guest stars: Audrey Marie Anderson, David Ramsey, Violett Beane & David Hayter as King Shark’s voice
Cinematography by C. Kim Miles

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