This essentially makes the DCEU part of the larger multiverse in the Arrowverse, firmly binding them together for the first time.
In the episode, Barry Allen has disappeared. Then, the two different Barrys meet face-to-face and the exchange is pretty delightful.More news: Robert Downey Jr. on Iron Man future: 'We'll see'
This is the first time that Ezra Miller's Flash has appeared anywhere on screen since 2017's Justice League. EPISODE PENNED BY MARV WOLFMAN & MARC GUGGENHEIM - Stuck in the Vanishing Point, the Paragons search for a way to escape. Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen was instrumental in defeating the Anti-Monitor and sacrificed himself again to do so.
To recap, in a final stand against the Anti-Monitor (LaMonica Garrett), Oliver used his new powers as Spectre to create Earth Prime and bring everyone the Anti-Monitor had killed back to life.More news: Happy And Excited For Tanahji's Response Says Kareena Kapoor
This is, to say the very least of it, a big deal. This suggests that the idea of there being multiple Earths is something that the DCEU Justice League have been talking about, which could set up the idea that future movies explore this idea. This is something of a gift for DC fans, as it means everything counts. Midway through the Arrow portion of the annual CW crossover, Ezra Miller's big-screen version of The Flash appeared opposite Grant Gustin's Barry Allen.
For more on the Crisis on Infinite Earths ending, read about how DC's TV and Movie Universes are now officially connected and check out our round-up of Twitter reactions in the aftermath of the surprise cameo no one expected. Even though this will be the first installment since then, it technically isn't the season premiere - as the official Season 5 premiere will air next week. But this one, in particular, felt huge. Grant Gustin took to Instagram to share an image of the two actors in costume from behind-the-scenes with the following caption.More news: Russian prime minister submits resignation to President Vladimir Putin
The CW. You can find which channel it is on by using one of the channel finders here: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV and Dish. So glad we could make this happen and keep it a secret until today. "Thank you to @dccomics".