Stephen Amell Announces Wrap On ‘Elseworlds’ Crossover

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So Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen on Arrow kicked off the shared Arrowverse universe. Since then we’ve had crossovers in the form of “Flash vs. Arrow,” the two-parter that set up Legends of Tomorrow, Invasion, Crisis on Earth-X, and other smaller instances of a character from one show popping up on another. Or in the case of Supergirl, popping up on another Earth. But now the Arrowverse is expanding yet again with the upcoming “Elseworlds” crossover, which will also introduce Ruby Rose’s Batwoman, and Amell announced that work is done.

Earlier this morning, Stephen Amell took to his Twitter to announce to his followers that it’s officially a wrap on the “Elseworlds” crossover. And after all that work that no doubt tires everyone out, he announced that it’s time to enjoy the weekend. Given what the heroes of The FlashArrow, and Supergirl will be up against, perhaps a break is necessary before taking on the next crossover threat. Have a look at Amell’s tweet in the post below.

Now that could be the end of the story right there, but not long after that, Stephen Amell tweeted again about “Elseworlds,” but this time thanking the work of his fellow DCCW superhero stars, Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist. Amell noted that this is the crossover he always wanted and it would not have been possible without Gustin and Benoist. They’re glad it’s over, but it was fun nonetheless. Probably would’ve been even more fun if you tossed the Legends into the mix, but that’s just me. Plus, “Elseworlds” will have enough on its plate as is.

Here, check out Amell’s follow-up tweet on the “Elseworlds” wrap:

There’s a little over a month left before the three-part “Elseworlds” event and it will be interesting to see how the three shows lead to that. After all, Oliver Queen is still behind bars, Barry Allen is going through a family matter right now, and Supergirl just got herself a new suit after spending most of the last episode out of commission. So what will bring them together for this crossover event? We’ll hopefully find out in December.

The Arrowverse “Elseworlds” crossover starts on Sunday, December 9 with The Flash, continues on December 10 with Arrow, and concludes with Supergirl on December 11. The special will air on the CW.

Source: Twitter

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