“Puppy Love” features Grant Gustin(Dear Warner Brothers, Please cast him again as The Flash, this time around for movies) and Lucy Hale, the perfect pair to bring this story to life. It’s a romantic comedy that will warm the hearts of all dog lovers out there. The plot revolves around two people who meet on a dating app. What brings them together is their shared love for dogs. They decide to meet up and everything seems to be going great. That is until they realize that their dogs, who are of the same size but different genders, are not spayed or neutered. Their park date takes an unexpected turn when they discover their dogs mating. Panicked, they try to separate them and head home. They hope that by stopping the mating early, they can prevent any pregnancy. Unfortunately, they soon discover that they were wrong.
Rescued by Ruby stars Grant Gustin as Dan, a State Trooper who aspires to join one of the most elite K-9 Units. For the Last Decade, Gustin has been playing The Flash on TV. He even continues to play despite an upcoming film with a different action playing Barry Allen. The 8th Season of The Flash might be the series finale, so he is now transitioning to movies. It will be weird seeing him playing another role, but for sure, it is a relief for him to play another character and star in a movie. It is part of the process of an actor’s growth.
It stacks up pretty well. Not gonna lie. Personally, I don’t like the rubberiness of it, or the way it bunches up, and I think the colors are too dark. But I think the creators of the new Flash pilot, a spinoff from the CW’s popular Arrow series starring Grant Gustin as the Flash, have their hearts in the right place judging by what they told The Hollywood Reporter.