This cameo has been so surprising because it had not leaked anywhere, but it makes one thing clear: Ezra Miller is still very willing to continue playing The Flash, even though her solo film is having such a rugged production. And you're wrapped on the crossover.' And I said, 'Yeah, I know, but if you're telling me Ezra Miller can be in the crossover, I can make it happen.' . And now, the DCEU is officially a part of the Arrowverse, along with nearly every other live-action adaptation of DC properties that have ever been created, including Tom Welling and Brandon Routh's Supermen, Micheal Keaton and Adam West's Batmen, Constantine, Lucifer and many more. In a separate tweet, Guggenheim gave Jim Lee much more credit than the CCO seems to want to take himself.
Arrowverse producer Marc Guggenheim told TV Line they're already kicking around "ideas for ideas" when it comes to the next crossover, and he's been in communication with the network about how they'll bring all (or some) of the heroes together the next time around.
In a twist of what we expected, Oliver actually died in the first episode of "Crisis" in December, fighting Shadow Demons to protect the people of National City. "And he was. He was incredibly enthusiastic and onboard with it".
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"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+. Moreover, we have never really discovered the details of his death with the Monitor, so who can say that there were no fine print that allowed Oliver to spend his days in a realm of peace and tranquility with Felicity as his happy ever after? Is this a one-off, or will such cameos or team-ups become a recurring aspect of the DC world?
Gustin's The Flash returns February 4 with new episodes, while Miller's The Flash movie is set for release July 1, 2022. Imagine if Robert Pattinson's Batman arrived in Batwoman's Gotham City one day?
The minds of the characters on screen were also bent rather out of shape too, as Miller and Gustin met at STAR Labs in the scene.