The moment we knew for certain that Supergirl would meet The Flash, rays of sunshine burst forth from the combination of TV’s lightest heroes at a time we sorely need that. Now, everyone literally gets ice cream in quick clips from the “Worlds Finest” crossover, nestled in a new behind-the-scenes featurette.
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Supergirl dropped a Cadmus-load of DC goodness by Monday’s “Manhunter,” but then came The Flash speeding along for our first official footage of next week’s “Worlds Finest” crossover! Wouldn’t you know it, those crazy kids are every bit as adorable in action as the photos would suggest.
Close to a decade into Marvel’s extended cinematic universe, we’re conditioned to want our favorite heroes to share the screen, just as in comics. DC has made little apology of taking a different approach, and while both Arrow and Flash stars alike have chimed in on being overlooked to join the big-screen Justice League, Zack Snyder now explains that the CW Flash just wouldn’t fit the DCEU’s tone.
Supergirl has steadily unveiled more and more of its upcoming Flash crossover, though without perhaps acknowledging how The CW’s Barry Allen ends up on CBS. Now, a new report reveals the mechanism behind our Super teamup, while Grant Gustin teases the possibility of adding Legends of Tomorrow and Arrow into the mix next year.
If yesterday seemed abnormally bright, it might have had something to do with the adorable first photos of Supergirl and The Flash crossing over for the former’s March 28 “Worlds Finest.” You just knew there had to be a race as well, the first footage of which arrives in a new crossover tease!
Earlier today saw Supergirl and The Flash keeping their crossover under wraps with a fleeting new teaser, but Melissa Benoist and Grant Gustin have just too much fun to be contained. See the “Worlds Finest” in action with the full set of adorable crossover photos for TV’s brightest DC heroes!
Just over a week will see gods and men brawl for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, firmly cementing Henry Cavill’s broody Man of Steel and Ben Affleck’s somehow-less-broody Dark Knight as our live-action DC mainstage. The cast of The Flash has their own take on who might win the day, even as the movies summarily refuse to acknowledge their existence.
We’re just a few weeks away from seeing Supergirl and The Flash team up in live-action, but from the sounds of it the “Worlds Finest” have more in common than just superpowers. Cast and crew tease Barry and Kara’s big teamup, including a surprising spark, a legendary race, and an “infectious and exciting and upbeat and happy” tale to remember.
Fans of either Supergirl or The Flash have been racing for details since CBS first announced their March crossover, and the super-details have finally arrived! Not only do we have our first poster of the “Worlds Finest” race, but also official story details on the big universe-hopping teamup.
For all the brooding, glowering superheroes about to do battle in late March, Supergirl and The Flash will finally meet on TV, and it looks … dare I say … fun? Imagine that, as Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist pal around the Supergirl set in new photos of the “Worlds Finest” together, laughing it up and cheerfully battling supervillains.