Kevin Smith is no stranger to the Arrowverse. He’s directed multiple episodes of The Flash and Supergirl. He has yet to touch Arrow, which is truly a shame due to the fact that he’s the creator of one of Green Arrow’s greatest foes, Onomatopoeia.
The Arrowverse is known for its yearly crossovers and they recently did Crisis On Earth-X. Smith hasn’t directed a crossover episode as yet, but the episodes he’s done for The Flash and Supergirl are widely praised. So, it figures that Smith would want in on the crossover action. On a the most recent Fat Man on Batman Podcast, Smith revealed he had a few ideas for an Arrowverse Crossover.
“If they gave me any kind of carte blanche I would try to do “Rock of Ages”, but you couldn’t really do it without the real Justice League, it would be so compromised. I would go for, I mean, you can’t do the real “Crisis on Infinite Earths”, but they do have a multiverse in that show like Supergirl exists in a different universe than Flash and Arrow, so you could. The worlds are colliding, like the multiverse story, the classic “Crisis on Infinite Earths” multiverse story. That would cover a week of programming and stuff. I would go for that.”
Executive Producer and Show Runner Of Arrow, Marc Guggenheim revealed that he intended for Crisis on Earth-X to be a full fledged TV movie. The idea was cut short due to union rules involving credit. This could bode well for Smith as he could direct all episodes of the crossover and combine them into one big film.
Would you guys be down for Kevin Smith’s vision for an Arrowverse crossover? Sound off in the comments section!
Crisis On Earth-X was the crossover Arrowverse fans had been waiting for, bringing together the universes of all four CW DC programs into one epic showdown. Now, a DC Comics concept artist who works on the design of the shows gave us a peek behind the scenes to see some in-progress looks at the characters.
Here’s the synopsis for Crisis On Earth-X:
THE EPIC FOUR-WAY CROSSOVER WITH “ARROW,” “SUPERGIRL,” “THE FLASH” AND “DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW” BEGINS — Barry (guest star Grant Gustin) and Iris’s (guest star Candice Patton) wedding brings the gang together, but things go awry when villains from Earth-X attack the ceremony. All of the superheroes band together with help from their super friends like Citizen Cold (guest star Wentworth Miller), The Ray (guest star Russell Tovey), Felicity Smoak (guest star Emily Bett Rickards), Iris West and Alex Danvers (Chyler Leigh) to take on their most formidable villains yet. Earth’s mightiest heroes – Green Arrow (guest star Stephen Amell), Supergirl (Melissa Benoist), The Flash (guest star Grant Gustin) and White Canary (guest star Caity Lotz) – lead their teams into battle to save the world. Larry Teng directed the episode with story by Andrew Kreisberg & Marc Guggenheim and teleplay by Robert Rovner & Jessica Queller (#308).
The Arrowverse shows will return next week starting with Supergirl on Monday at 8|7c only on The CW.
Source: Fat Man On Batman via Comicbook
10 Actresses Who Could Play Catwoman In The DC Extended Universe
Catwoman. One of Batman’s most iconic enemies and also his most famous romantic partner. A character that walks the line between hero and villain, and one that sooner or later audiences should expect to see again on the big screen. Be it in The Batman, Gotham City Sirens, Nightwing, Batgirl or even Suicide Squad 2, it will soon be time to introduce this master thief to the DC Extended Universe. This is a major role and one that, rightful so, will be a big feature in the universe. Casting her will be extremely difficult.
Taking on the role of Catwoman is tricky. The actress who accepts the role will be following in the footsteps of Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether, Eartha Kitt, Michelle Pfeiffer, Halle Berry, Anne Hathaway and Camren Bicondova. It will be a difficult task for any actress, so why not pick an experienced one with years of work under her belt?
Hollywood’s system of phasing out actress as leading romantic roles once they reach a certain age is extremely troubling. Not only do men age but continue to get starring roles, it enforces the idea that women are only valued based on their age. There are plenty of amazing actresses out there in their 40s and early 50s who still have what it takes and should be considered for more work. Their time is not up. So the caveat is that the actress playing Catwoman should be around the same age as the actor playing Batman, and the Caped Crusader at the moment is Ben Affleck. Catwoman is Batman’s equal and should be his same age. The last thing we need to see is a 45-year-old Batman alongside a 20-year-old Catwoman.
Take a look as we pick ten actresses who could play Catwoman in the DC Extended Universe. Click Next to get started.