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ARROW and THE FLASH Crossover To Be Two-Part Story [The CW]

The Flash Arrow 2014 Crossover

Second Crossover Between Arrow and The Flash Will Be a Two-Part Story. When Arrow and The Flash come together for their second crossover, it will be an actual crossover event. The next crossover event will be a true two-part story according to EP Marc Guggenheim.

In a chat with Deadline, showrunner Guggenheim talked about the upcoming two-night event, which will be different from last year’s where this one would have a plot that runs through both episodes. “There’s a lot of things that are really cool about this year’s crossover, one of which is the fact that there really is a true 2-part story unlike last year where it was two interconnected episodes where each had their own beginning, middle, and end,” Guggenheim clarified.

The EP also added that the crossover would also set up for the new series Legends Of Tomorrow, but not as a backdoor pilot.

This is a big two-part event, one single bad guy, and it will very clearly launch Legends Of Tomorrow. But at the same time what I think is a lot of fun about it is that it doesn’t feel like a backdoor pilot for Legends Of Tomorrow. It feels like an episode of Flash and then an episode of Arrow. It truly is a 2-hour Flash/Arrow event that just so happens to introduce us to some new characters who will be a big part of Legends Of Tomorrow.

The team-up between Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) will premiere a week before the midseason finale episodes, which may be on the last week of November or during the beginning of December. Are you guys pumped for another crossover between Green Arrow and The Flash?

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