Crisis on Infinite Earths: Behind-the-Scenes Photos of that Epic DCEU Cameo

Lula Sharp
January 16, 2020

When Arrow first revealed Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) would die in Crisis on Infinite Earths, we have to admit some small part of us thought he'd find a way to weasel out of it.

The fourth instalment of the Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover series, which airs in the United States on The CW network, found Ezra Miller, who plays Barry Allen - aka The Flash - in the DC movies, meeting Grant Gustin's Barry Allen, erm, aka The Flash in the TV Arrowverse. No matter the answer, the confidence for Ezra Miller's Flash, and his future in the world of DC Comics filmed entertainment, is more than apparent in Marc Guggenheim's cryptic remarks to Variety.

Due to this, The CW went bigger and bolder than ever before, planting nods to not just Arrowverse properties but classic properties from the wider DC Universe all over the place. The two Barrys were both perfectly themselves, one assuming this was a cosplay thing, the other being concerned over how this was possible before, and both of them geeking out over the others suits.

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. And more importantly, how did they keep it a secret from all of us? And I said, "Yeah, I know, but if you're telling me Ezra Miller can be in the crossover, I can make it happen".

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"Thank you so much, sir". Let us know in the comment section below! Even though Arrow is actually done and we do say goodbye to Oliver Queen, part of me is like, 'Yeah, but you never know.' I died and I came back to life.

@Noradominick is shocked that Grant and Ezra got to be in a scene together, face to face, after all these years.

The following post contains SPOILERS for the Arrowverse's "Crisis on Infinite Earths" crossover. @Sophiaspirelli points out the humor in Ezra appearing on The Flash before getting his own standalone movie off the ground. For Miller as The Flash, we simply hope that he has another opportunity to shine as this character on the big screen; just remember that how long we've seen this movie project stuck in limbo. The gif expression on Keegan-Michael Key's face is ideal.

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