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Javicia Leslie Shares First Look Pic of Her as Batwoman

Javicia Leslie Shares First Look Pic of Her as Batwoman

The new Batwoman has arrived!

Star Javicia Leslie shared a first look as her suited up as the superhero with a first look pic on her Instagram tonight.

“Look out, Gotham, I’m suited up and ready to go…” Javicia captioned the first look on her Instagram. “But just wait until Ryan Wilder puts her own spin on the Batsuit. @cwbatwoman”

Javicia replaced Ruby Rose in the title role but will be playing a different character on the show and not Kate Kane.

She’ll star as Ryan Wilder, who is a “girl who would steal milk for an alley cat and could also kill you with her bare hands, Ryan is the most dangerous type of fighter: highly skilled and wildly undisciplined. An out lesbian. Athletic. Raw. Passionate. Fallible. And very much not your stereotypical all-American hero.”

Ruby bowed out of the series after suffering an injury on set.

See what Ruby shared about Javicia‘s casting on the series here…

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'The Flash' Boss Wanted to See These Other DC Characters In 'Crisis On Infinite Earths'

'The Flash' Boss Wanted to See These Other DC Characters In 'Crisis On Infinite Earths'

Crisis On Infinite Earths was the biggest crossover event in Arrowverse history!

The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace dished recently that he hoped that it would be even bigger.

Eric shared some other DC Comic characters that he would’ve liked to see in the crossover.

“We all got to that moment very early in the process where Marc [Guggenheim] encouraged stuff to say, ‘Hey, if you could see anybody you want to see in these crossovers as a cameo or maybe as a supporting role, or even as a larger role, who would it be?’” he told DiscussingFilm.

“And everybody, it was like kids in a candy store. We all started throwing out crazy ideas. I wanted to see Kevin Conroy because he was my voice of Batman and I love him so much,” Eric continued. “I threw that out and Keto from Legends went, ‘I second that!’ She was very excited because she’s a huge Batman fan.”

“So all these names are being thrown out from other people from the Batman universe to people from the Shazam TV show from the 70’s, which some of us had been familiar with as kids,” he said. “You know, the Shazam and Isis Power Hour? We’re that nerdy. We talked about how we could get actual Super Friends, the voices from the Super Friends cartoon. Everything was on the table. How could we get people from the Zack Snyder movies to kind of crossover and that was just a mad dream.”

'Supergirl' To End After Upcoming Sixth Season, Melissa Benoist Confirms

'Supergirl' To End After Upcoming Sixth Season, Melissa Benoist Confirms

Supergirl is coming to an end in 2021!

The hit CW series, starring Melissa Benoist, will end after the show’s upcoming season six.

Production on the series was pushed back for the new season due to Melissa‘s pregnancy, and it will premiere later than the rest of the Arrowverse shows.

She also took to Instagram to confirm the news.

“To say it has been an honor portraying this iconic character would be a massive understatement. Seeing the incredible impact the show has had on young girls around the world has always left me humbled and speechless,” Melissa wrote.

“She’s had that impact on me, too. She’s taught me strength I didn’t know I had, to find hope in the darkest of places, and that we are stronger when we’re united. What she stands for pushes all of us to be better. She has changed my life for the better, and I’m forever grateful,” she continued.

“I’m so excited that we get to plan our conclusion to this amazing journey, and I cannot wait for you to see what we have in store. I promise we’re going to make it one helluva final season. ♥️ el mayarah 💪 @supergirlcw,” Melissa concluded.

Supergirl will now be the second Arrowverse show to end, with of course, Arrow being the first earlier this year.

Lisseth Chavez Joins 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' As Esperanza 'Spooner' Cruz!

Lisseth Chavez Joins 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' As Esperanza 'Spooner' Cruz!

Lisseth Chavez is joining the crew on the Waverider!

It was just announced that the 31-year-old actress has been cast as Esperanza “Spooner” Cruz for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow‘s upcoming sixth season.

Here’s a character description: Tough and self-sufficient, Spooner Cruz lives off the grid, devising ingenious tech for the detection of—and defense against—space aliens. And while some might call her paranoid, she calls it being prepared.

A survivor of a childhood alien encounter, Spooner now believes she has the ability to communicate telepathically with aliens—making her the perfect recruit for Waverider captains Sara Lance, Ava Sharpe and the Legends who, in season six, will be hunting down extraterrestrials who have been displaced throughout history.

“HELLOOOOO LEGENDS! Looks like I’ll be joining the DC Universe 🙌🏽so many changes this year, feeling grateful for this opportunity. I cant wait for you all to meet Esperanza aka SPOONER. Canada🇨🇦 I’m looking forward to calling you my second home🤘🏽. I’m ready for this new journey-LETS KICK SOME ASS!! 💥,” Lisseth wrote on her Instagram page.

Lisseth has left her role on Chicago PD as Officer Vanessa Rojas to join the Legends. You may also recognize her from her roles on The Fosters and The OA.

The CW Shares First 'Superman & Lois' Footage, Possible New 'Arrowverse' Name

The CW Shares First 'Superman & Lois' Footage, Possible New 'Arrowverse' Name

We finally get a teaser clip for the upcoming new series Superman & Lois!

The new show is one of the latest to join the Arrowverse, with Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch in the title roles.

You can catch the Superman & Lois clips at the end of a new CW video about the multiverse of shows, including the start of it all, Arrow, as well as Supergirl, The Flash, Black Lightning, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Batwoman, and DC’s Stargirl.

The promo also mentions the name “The CWverse.” Could this be the new name the network is going with since Arrow has ended?

Stephen Amell seemingly saw the apparent new title and tweeted, “It’s the Berlantiverse.”

TVLine did point out that this actually isn’t the first time The CW has referred to the Arrowverse as The CWverse. A promo was released in the summer of 2019 where they also called it The CWverse.

'The Flash' Showrunner Would Love to See These DC Comic Characters Appear In the Arrowverse

'The Flash' Showrunner Would Love to See These DC Comic Characters Appear In the Arrowverse

Eric Wallace is dishing on some dream guest stars for the Arrowverse!

The Flash showrunner recently opened up about some of the characters from the DC Comics Universe he would love to see in the CW world.

Eric shared that having Ezra Miller from The Flash film in Crisis On Infinite Earths opened the door to possibilities of more guest stars.

“It said to us, ‘Huh, if we could get The Flash from the DC Extended Universe into the Arrowverse, this can open the door for other characters.’ So I don’t know what’s going to happen in 2021 and 2022, things have obviously slowed down because of COVID and because of production winding down,” he said during DC FanDome.

“I would certainly love to see the Arrowverse have the Amazons and the Wonder Woman universe come to us, or Aquaman and his universe. I would love to see Cyborg,” Eric added. “All of these things are welcomed now because of this one event, this one crazy idea that again, I’m not sure who had it, but Marc Guggenheim made that call and when he called me and said, ‘How can we pull this off? I need your help’ I immediately said yes.”

“And then the rest of the incredible Flash crew because we had to film it. Even though it was appearing in Arrow, Ezra and the DC rep who was with him came to our Flash sets. It was actually filmed by our crew on our sets. And it was one of our directors in house that had to do that scene.”

'Arrowverse' Producer Greg Berlanti Dishes On the Next Crossover Event

'Arrowverse' Producer Greg Berlanti Dishes On the Next Crossover Event

Greg Berlanti recently opened up about the future of the Arrowverse crossovers!

The producer of many of The CW shows talked about what this next season’s event will be like during the DC FanDome event last weekend.

“In terms of what our next crossover event will be next year, I think truly because of COVID right now and the pandemic, our aspirations aren’t quite as large. We’d just like to start shooting again,” he said during the Multiverse 101 panel.

Greg also shared that the Arrowverse/Multiverse crossovers weren’t ever in their original plans.

“When we started out just with Arrow, eight – nine years ago now, it wasn’t our intention to replicate what everyone had done so brilliantly in comics,” he said during the panel. “And it wasn’t until The Flash came along and we tried in the pilot of The Flash to put the two of them [Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin] on screen together, that I remember watching that first scene of the two of them together and thinking like, ‘Oh wow, this makes me feel like the DC books made me feel.’ Like one plus one equals three.”

This season’s Arrowverse crossover will be much smaller than Crisis On Infinite Earths was last season, with just Superman & Lois and Batwoman being the only two shows to cross over, as was revealed earlier this year.