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Stephen Amell Teases Four-Way DCTV Crossover with Photo [The CW]

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Stephen Amell Posts New Photo Teasing Upcoming Four-Part Crossover. Arrow star Stephen Amell gave fans a little tease into what may be the biggest superhero crossover in television when he posted a photo of the actors partaking in the crossover along with him. 

This December, fans will be getting a treat when The CW airs it’s epic four-night crossover event as we see Green Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and the Legends of Tomorrow as they fight an unknown threat. It may be a bit too soon for the gang to start shooting the episodes, but it looks like some of them have come together and Stephen captured the moment on Twitter. In the photo, we see some of the famous heroes from their feet. Immediately from the photo you can see the feet of Green Arrow, The Flash (Grant Gustin), Supergirl (Melissa Benoist), White Canary (Caity Lotz), and The Atom (Brandon Routh).

This should rile people up for the upcoming crossover, and hopefully we get to see the entire group assemble in a group photo. Are you all excited for the epic superhero TV crossover event?

Stephen Amell Four-Way Crossover Tease Tweet

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