The Arrowverse's 'Crisis' Crossover Featured a Huge DCEU Cameo

Flash of Two Worlds: Grant Gustin & Ezra Miller Meet In Crisis

Flash of Two Worlds: Grant Gustin & Ezra Miller Meet In Crisis

The CW's Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover is now over, and now that it has aired, The CW has released some additional pictures of some key moments... including the guest appearance by Ezra Miller of DCEU movie fame.

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. They complement one another's costume and realize they have the same name, which leads to Ezra Miller's The Flash discovering for the first time that the multiverse is a thing before he vanishes.

Amell, who has starred as Oliver Queen on Arrow since the franchise began, took to Twitter in the wake of the last two parts of Crisis on Infinite Earths to acknowledge his character's final sendoff.

Man asks court for 'Trial by Combat' with wife's attorney in divorce
Hudson referred to himself as the "potential combatant" in his own cheeky legal response filed in Shelby County District Court. The court has not made a decision on either party's motions. "I've seen the television show and read the books", said Ostrom.

According to crossover executive producer Marc Guggenheim, it was always the plan to have Oliver die. I got a phone call from [Warner Bros. boss] Peter Roth saying, 'I know you're locked, but can you put Ezra into the crossover?' And I said, 'Yes.' And he said, 'How, you're series wrapped? Even though the episode was basically already locked, Guggenheim said he could make it happen. "And he was. He was incredibly enthusiastic and on-board with it".

"It was so weird because we shot [his second death scene after] we saw him die then come back to life, and then he died, and you're like, 'Wait, what's happening?'" Lotz tells EW. But surely the current regime at Warners and DC have noted the move Kevin Feige's MCU is making into the TV arena now via Disney+. That will serve as the backdoor pilot for a new female-centric show. The barrier between the TV and movie MCU is about to go away, so why shouldn't DC do the same? Is this a one-off, or will such cameos or team-ups become a recurring aspect of the DC world?

Miller played the Scarlet Speedster in 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and 2017's Justice League, and he's set star in his own solo film in July 2022. And Ezra Miller himself has confirmed it by making a cameo like Barry Allen.

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.