'Arrow' star Stephen Amell seen dressed as The Flash in a new picture from the sets of 'Elseworld'
The CW gave fansa glimpse of 'Elseworld' with a poster that showed 'Arrow' actor Stephen Amell dressed as Flash and 'The Flash' actor Grant Gustin wearing Arrow's outfit
A few days back, The CW gave fans two posters for 'Elseworld': one showed 'Arrow' actor Stephen Amell dressed as Flash and 'The Flash' actor Grant Gustin wears Arrow's outfit along with his bow while the second poster showed Stephen Amell, or Oliver, as Supergirl and Kara as Arrow.
Days after the posters were released, a photo has surfaced showing the look of the 'Arrow' star in Flash's suit. The suit is the same as the new suit that made its debut in The Flash's season 5 premiere. The photo not only has Amell dressed as The Flash but also had 'The Flash' star Grant Gustin in the Arrow's suit, which is in line with the first poster of 'Elseworld'. The picture also features Tyler Hoechlin as Superman and Melissa Benoist as Supergirl.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA pic.twitter.com/ScXYQhAJ7z— Daniel R (@DanielRPK) October 20, 2018
Another picture from behind the scenes that Stephen Amell tweeted on October 15 features Hoechlin's Man of Steel dressed in his iconic red and blue suit as opposed to the famous Superman suit, reported ComicBook.
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Not much is known about the 'Elseworld' crossover but it is said to have taken inspiration from the DC comics imprint from 1989. During his Facebook live, Amell said, "The crossover is fucking bananas." He added, "It's crazy... I think that this will be the best crossover event that we do. And not just the best, but the best by a really, really wide margin. And I think that last year was fantastic."
"'Crisis on Earth X', I think that's what it was called. That was pretty crazy and getting to play doppelgängers was pretty crazy," Amell told his fans on a Facebook live video. "When Greg Berlanti first talked to me about why he wanted to do crossovers, it was because it's for the fans. It's so people can watch characters and scenarios that combine their favorite things on TV or introduce them to new things. But you also get this license to do things that we could never do — especially on 'Arrow'."
The Arrowverse crossover begins on The CW on December 9 with 'The Flash', followed on December 10 with 'Arrow' and finally ending on December 11 with 'Supergirl'.