Grant Gustin & Ezra Miller Come Face-to-Face as The Flash!

New Spoilers Disclose How The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths Sorts Everything Out JB Augustine

New Spoilers Disclose How The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths Sorts Everything Out JB Augustine

In the eighth episode of Season 8 of Arrow (aka Part 4 of the 5-part Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event), the heroic archer sacrificed himself for the sake of humanity, as he used his Spectre powers to attempt to weaken the Anti-Monitor so that the rest of the heroes could be victorious in the final battle. Miller's Barry Allen somehow crossed over from his earth to meet Grant Gustin, the Barry Allen of Earth-1.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow star Caity Lotz doesn't fully believe this is the end of the line for our fallen Arrowverse hero. Ezra is one of a kind.

It seems that the appearance was so secret, in fact, that even fellow Crisis actors did not know, with Supergirl actress Melissa Benoist replying to the post, "YOU KEPT THIS SECRET SO WELL". Let us know in the comment section below! Or did they know?!

I didn't like the idea of thinking that there could only be one Superman and we would lose Clark - our Tom Welling Clark as Superman when the universes morphed into one. And I said, "Yes".

This marks a significant turning point in the connectivity of the DC/Warner Bros. properties. That's hard to say.

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It was a huge moment on the Arrowverse's Crisis on Infinite Earths last night! He's kidding, of course.

@Noradominick is shocked that Grant and Ezra got to be in a scene together, face to face, after all these years. At this point, Ezra began to fade away.

In our review of the final two chapters of Crisis on Infinite Earths, we praised Oliver Queen's sacrifice, saying he was "given the heroic sendoff he deserves" in an "extremely endearing ending sequence that really sets the tone for the Arrowverse going forward".

Miller's character, first seen in the Justice League movie, goes by Barry Allen rather than The Flash, and on appearing in the lab scene presumes that Gustin's Flash is a cosplayer. 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. Yes, there are two of them!

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