While the Arrowverse's "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover has lived up to its billing with many cameos from the long history of DC Comics onscreen, those were largely callbacks to TV shows - like Burt Ward from the original "60s Batman or Tom Welling and Erica Durance from Smallville".
This Tuesday night, DC's Legends of Tomorrow launches its fifth season with a very special episode - one that will see the conclusion of the major Arrowverse crossover Crisis On Infinite Earths. Or will it be as simple as Miller's Barry Allen calling himself "The Flash" in his forthcoming standalone movie, which fans will know is because he got the idea from Grant Gustin's Barry in the Crisis crossover? The main CW shows have all been added to a single Earth, with the in-story reason being that they're the homeworlds of the seven "Paragon" characters who saved the entirety of existence, but there are plenty of other worlds out there.More news: A Decade After Its Release Microsoft Ends Support for Windows 7
The fun little scene even seemed to hint that Miller's character would take his official hero name after hearing the moniker of "The Flash" spoken by Gustin. We tried, we wanted to make it happen, but I had already committed to something and we couldn't make it work. In addition to confirming that the DC films are a part of this multiverse through a surprise cameo from Ezra Miller, it also preserves some of the other shows.
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Beyond the small spoiler that Oliver will appear in the series finale, we also know that his wife Felicity Smoak Queen (Emily Bett Rickards) will return as well.
Brandon Routh, who plays The Atom, commented back to Benoist and said, "I DID NOT KNOW!" At this point, Ezra began to fade away. Don't worry Ezra, it's going to happen! The original Crisis on Infinite Earths comic, which the crossover is based on, destroyed the multiverse, leaving only one Earth in existence, but the Arrowverse didn't follow that example.More news: PM Joins World Leaders For Renewable Energy Talks In Dubai
This is the first time that Ezra Miller's Flash has appeared anywhere on screen since 2017's Justice League. Placing Doom Patrol on a separate Earth from Titans helps explain the discrepancies between the show and the "Doom Patrol" episode in Titans season 1.