Arrow Spoilers: Stephen Amell Reveals CW Crossover Details
CW’s ‘Arrow’ main cast Stephen Amell has finally given us an update on the biggest DC crossover in TV. Recently, the actor was live on Facebook via his official page and gave his fans update on his acting schedule.Advertisement
Since CW began airing its new seasons for “The Flash,” “Arrow,” “Supergirl” and “Legends of Tomorrow,” fans have been expecting some news on their crossover. Earlier in May, producer Greg Berlanti confirmed it will be released “December.”
Images shared by the DC TV characters on social media have been teasing their on-going filming of the crossovers. Finally, it looks their shooting is complete.
During Stephen Amell’s live streaming, the Arrow actor began by saying “Hey, Facebook! What is happening! I am back after five weeks of crossover craziness that consisted of five different episodes of television. Not five different shows, but five different episodes of television being filmed simultaneously.”
Judging what Stephen Amell said during his streaming, it looks the crossover episodes are currently in the post-production process. For now, fans can check out the images below to take a look at “Green Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl” and the rest of the superheroes teamed up.
In the video, Stephen Amell also spoke about his time off camera and revealed some details about his daughter. Fans interested in watching the recorded footage can click here.
Currently fans are expecting the third episode of ‘Arrow’ season 5. The episode Titled as “A Matter of Trust” will be aired on October 19th.
The last two episode endings have been teasing fans with arrival of supervillain Prometheus. However, it is unknown when the “Green Arrow” will be confronted by the antagonist. Fans can check out the promo trailer of the next episode below.
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