'Crisis on Infinte Earths' producer teases release of deleted scenes in crossover and fans are already excited
Producer Marc Guggenheim said the visual effects on the scenes are being completed
2019's Arrowverse crossover, 'Crisis on Infinite Earths', was one of those multiverse-shattering battles that were seen on the small screen. The five-hour event was audacious, ambitious and an emotional roller-coaster, especially for DC fans. The aftermath of the battle has completely changed the plotlines of the second half of the Arrowverse shows.
In what would come across as a pleasing piece of news, 'Crisis' showrunner, Marc Guggenheim, teased on Twitter about releasing the deleted scenes from the epic crossover event. While he didn't shed light on when these scenes would be revealed to the world, it still managed to get fans excited.
Two fans took to Twitter asking the producer about the deleted scenes from 'Crisis' and Guggenheim replied saying the visual effects on those scenes are being completed. Guggenheim pointed out that there was "nothing more special coming" and added: "One day, I'll be able to explain. But nothing more special coming, I'm afraid." This rules out the possibility of extras added as part of episode credits when it hits streaming networks.
Earlier, The CW announced they will air a rerun of 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' in April so fans could get their Arrowverse fix and keep ourselves entertained during the pandemic. For those who need a bit of background, 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' was the Arrowverse's sixth annual crossover and the biggest one by far, bringing in characters from across all the shows associated with the superhero universe to face a threat on a multiversal scale.
In the storyline, the heroes of the Arrowverse are brought together by a cosmic entity known as the Monitor (LaMonica Garrett) to face his antithesis the Anti-Monitor (also played by LaMonica Garrett), a being who destroys universes to feed his own power.
The event brought together heroes from a number of DC properties including 'Arrow', 'The Flash', 'Legends of Tomorrow', 'Supergirl', 'Black Lightning' and 'Batwoman' as well as smaller appearances by characters from the 1990 'The Flash' series, the short-lived 'Birds of Prey', 'Smallville', Brandon Routh's 'Superman Returns', Tim Burton's 'Batman' movie, and the 1966 'Batman' series. The event also featured cameos by Ezra Miller's version of Barry Allen aka The Flash from the DC Extended Universe and characters from shows like 'Titans', 'Lucifer', and the upcoming 'Stargirl' series.