Producers Phil Klemmer and Marc Guggenheim hinted about the big crossover with Supergirl during Comic-Con over the past weekend.
“It’s an external threat from outside the shows that will involve Supergirl coming over to Flash, then Arrow then Legends of Tomorrow,” Marc shared, adding, “I don’t like to oversell. She is going to be coming over but we’re not going to do a full on Supergirl crossover episode. I don’t want to give you the wrong impression.”
During the panel, Legends of Tomorrow unveiled three new characters that would join the universe — Obsidian, Stargirl and Dr. Mid-Nite. It was also announced that the team would be facing off against TV’s first-ever team of Super-Villains: the Legion of Doom (Malcolm Merlyn, Damien Darhk [Neal McDonough], the Reverse-Flash [Matt Letscher] and Captain Cold [Wentworth Miller]).
Caity is also pictured at the EW Comic Con Party later that night, while Dominic was seen with girlfriend AnnaLynne McCord at the Fox Fanfare party a few nights before.
Brandon Routh keeps it casual while out grabbing a cup of coffee with a friend on Monday afternoon (April 25) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The Legends of Tomorrow star recently wrapped up filming on the first season.
Meanwhile, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg is teasing the upcoming finale!
“It’s probably unsurprising to hear that they will have to go to the ends of time itself to take down Vandal Savage,” Andrew told EW. “It’s been a year-long journey for the audience and for the team. We’ve posited him as the worst big bad that any of these shows have come up with. It’s going to take all of them and maybe a sacrifice here or there to be able to stop him.”
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“The fun comes from these people not just pulling together to save the world, but to existing together on a space ship,” EP Phil Klemmer said about the upcoming show (via Variety). “Some of the most fun is them bickering.”
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“It’s a highly serialized (show) that will be broken down into chapters where we go back into a specific time and place,” Phil told the crowd (via Variety). “We will see the ’70s, the Cold War, fascism, terrorism…It’s fully insane.”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will premiere in January 2016.