Stephen Amell Talks DC Crossovers with Arrow. With a lot of DC shows on network television these days, it’s a fan’s dream to see all of them come together. No one wants this more than Arrow star Stephen Amell, who touched on the subject at the Dallas Comic Con.
Stephen Amell always had a passion to connect with his fans, so he surprised them when he appeared at Dallas Comic Con’s Fan Days. One of the big things he discussed was potentially seeing Arrow crossing over to other DC shows like Gotham, Constantine, and even the upcoming Supergirl. He had some very interesting things to say on each show.
Reaffirming the existence of the Lazarus Pit, Amell told fans that Constantine would be perfect to help deal with this and other supernatural elements on the show.
It would be interesting to cross over with Constantine, only because he knows a lot about the Lazarus Pit, which is something that we’ve introduced in the show this year.
Gotham, however, would be difficult to crossover considering that it takes place in a different time than Arrow. But with The Flash having to deal with time travel, it’s not such a bad idea.
Gotham would be a tough one, just because I think they’re out in a different time but the crossover with The Flash was so much fun and did so well that I can’t imagine a world – a universe (no pun intended) – where that didn’t happen and continue to happen all the time.
With the upcoming Supergirl in development, it would be a no-brainer for the show to crossover with Arrow and The Flash since they all were developed by EP Greg Berlanti.
It would be cool to crossover with Supergirl because it’s something with Greg Berlanti, who’s the helmer and sort of the brain trust or the center of the brain trust of Arrow and The Flash – and I know so many of the people that are involved in the production of the show so that would be really interesting.
So what do you guys think of the DC TV Universe crossing over each other?
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