Robbie Amell Says New Firestorm Power Cut From "The Flash" Season Finale

Robbie Amell, who appears on "The Flash" as one half of Firestorm, revealed in an interview with CBR News that although he filmed a sequence for the finale debuting Firestorm's new matter manipulation ability, the scene was ultimately cut for length.

"In the finale, you were going to see a scene where Caitlin and I are talking. I tell her, we do have a better handle on our powers, [and] I show her a new trick," Amell explained. "They introduced matter manipulation in the finale -- but the finale was also thirty minutes too long, because it's such a huge, incredible episode, [the scene] was one of the things that could go. You won't see it, but originally I turn a thermometer into a flower for her. It was a very sweet scene that showed some matter manipulation. Maybe they will release it on the DVD/Blu-ray set... In the finale, there was going to be a scene when we turn into Firestorm. We literally step towards each other and turn into him. There isn't any difficulty. And, now, we get to do matter manipulation -- but nobody gets to see it yet."

In the show, Raymond and Martin Stein (Victor Garber) have traveled a long, bumpy road to becoming a Firestorm that truly works in tandem. With this new ability, it seems as though the two have finally hit a groove that allows them to explore the possibilities of their metahuman abilities.

"The Flash" season finale airs tonight, May 19 at 8 pm EST on The CW.

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