Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and the Legends of Tomorrow will be teaming up to protect Earth-1 from an Invasion! by an alien race known as the Dominators. Although everyone mentioned, minus Supergirl, have never encountered aliens before, that doesn’t mean that they have never encountered humans before.
The CW has released a new promo which features a Dominator invasion that appears to have taken place during World War II. The promo is black and white and was made found footage style, and is technically a promo for the Legends of Tomorrow portion of the show.
Check out the full promo below:
The clip starts with an old fashion, choppy count down, followed by by a “classified materials” screen. Another full screen message follows, this time showing Illuminati symbols and a code at the bottom. Directly after, the film begins on a battle field. We can see American troops fighting someone, and in the background we can hear what look and sound like lasers coming from the distance.
The film pans around, showing devastation and destruction as the battle wages on. When the camera aims upwards, you can clearly see a spaceship hovering over the battle field. The film ends as a troop and what appears to be the cameraman himself both fall to the ground. The last shot is what appears to be a Dominator hovering over the camera. The alien gets closer until you can make out the face, and then the film cuts off.
ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL IN THIS CROSSOVER OF SUPERHEROES — After learning the Dominators’ plan for the world, the Legends must work together with The Flash (guest star Grant Gustin), Supergirl (guest star Melissa Benoist) and Green Arrow (guest star Stephen Amell) to kill them once and for all. Meanwhile, Stein (Victor Garber) figures out, with the help of others, how the team can terminate the Dominators, but is distracted by the aberration he realizes he created in 1987. Brandon Routh, Franz Drameh, Dominic Purcell, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Nick Zano and Caity Lotz also star. Gregory Smith directed the episode written by Phil Klemmer & Marc Guggenheim.