How Cool Was it Seeing Ezra Miller on Crisis on Infinite Earths?

How Cool Was it Seeing Ezra Miller on Crisis on Infinite Earths?

Grant Gustin took to Instagram to share an image of the two actors in costume from behind-the-scenes with the following caption. So glad we could make this happen and keep it a secret until today. And much to our surprise, no one noticed Ezra Miller was in Vancouver and no one leaked it from the crew, which we appreciate. With that in mind, there were a ton of references woven into into it, paying tribute to some of the best DC films, TV shows and comic books of all-time throughout the five-episode special.

Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) and Brandon Routh's Superman are just some of the characters that have appeared or will appear in "Crisis on Infinite Earths".

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.

Scroll down to see additional photos from the epic crossover. The twist also leaves the fate of many characters in question.

Arrow's Stephen Amell has commented on the Earth-shattering ending of the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event while reflecting on his character's long, rocky journey to reach this point. Gustin's Flash says, "This should be impossible now", to which Miller's Flash responds, "This should be impossible now?" Though the crisis is never explicitly mentioned, Miller's dumbstruck response suggests nothing has happened on his Earth-after all, it would be hard to forget the skies turning red and everything you know being obliterated. "Meanwhile, the origin stories for The Monitor (guest star LaMonica Garrett) and Anti-Monitor are revealed".

How do I watch "Crisis on Infinite Earths" without cable? 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. The shows streaming on DC Universe make it through, with Earths 9, 19, and 21 being established as the settings for Titans, Swamp Thing, and Doom Patrol, respectively.

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