THIS BLOG POST IS FOR "LEGENDS OF TOMORROW" SEASON 5 EPISODE 08, AND MAY CONTAIN POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR THE SEASON, AND THE CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS CROSS OVER EVENT.
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UPDATE: NOVEMEBER 3, 2019 - 5:50 PM - Video from these days of shooting has been added at the bottom.
The massive 5 episode, 6 TV show Arrowverse cross over Crisis On Infinite Earths has begun filming in Vancouver.
On this 2 day shoot over 3 days, the crew of Legends Of Tomorrow shot scenes with a massive cast of stunt people on one day, and cast another in a parking lot next to an area known as CRAB Park. You may recognize it also as the place where the original Legends team first meet the Waverider.... so fitting a new group of superheroes would be there for 1 of the most epic battles in Arrowverse history on the Legends portion of the cross over.
The first day had the crew shooting scenes with a variety of stunt actors. The scenes they shot there consisted of the stunts team in a battle sequence with the main big bad of Crisis, The Anti-Monitor. This was the first in person look anyone had of the Anti-Monitor on set. In the battle was The Flash, Superman, Supergirl, White Canary, Black Canary, Spartan, Batwoman, Alex Danvers, Dreamer, and Wild Dog facing off against the Anti-Monitor.
At various points they did takes where the team would rush at their nemesis, before eventually being thwarted with a punch to the ground by the Anti-Monitor.
The weather on this day was nothing short of miserable, so I did not stick around nearly as long as I wanted to. Luckily for me, they would be back there in a couple days, and in much nicer weather.
Before and after these scenes, I did do a couple other sets. One with Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin doing a scene for an unknown portion of the cross over, and another after this with Caity Lotz doing a scene for the Legends part, and you can find that post HERE
For the second day, the crew was working with the actors who do the speaking portions of the characters, and a few stunts people.
On set for day 2
- Grant Gustin as The Flash
- Melissa Benoist as Supergirl
- Tyler Hoechlin as Superman
- Caity Lotz as White Canary
- David Ramsey as Spartan
- David Harewood as Martian Manhunter
- Chyler Leigh as Alex Danvers
- Nicole Maines as Dreamer
Also on set was Brandon Routh, but I never saw him working. I only saw him when he left, and heard his name when they wrapped him. There was a stand in for him early in the day for "ATOM", but never saw him in any of the takes of the scene from any angle & I was at several.
Others who may have been on set, but their doubles were also seen taking on some of the scenes they shot, so I am unsure which scenes, if any they did.
- LaMonica Garrett as The Anti-Monitor.
- Ruby Rose as Batwoman
- Rick Gonzalez as Wild Dog
- Juliana Harkavy as Black Canary
They were still doing the same scene as the other day, with the superhero gang still taking on the Anti-Monitor. But this time with simulated reactions to actions, and dialogue.
At one point, the only portion of dialogue I could sort of hear throughout the day, White Canary moves closer to the Anti Monitor with the rest of the team behind her, and says something to the Anti-Monitor that ends with her muttering "For Oliver", then the whole team in unison behind her chant "For Oliver" before commencing their all out attack.
After this scene wrapped, almost 2 hours past when they were supposed to, the crew moved to Ironworks to do more interior scenes. But I was too wiped out by the day at the parking lot to follow up on it.... plus I knew I had to be up early the next day for the FINAL Crisis set, which will be in my next blog post in a couple days.
Want more Arrowverse materials not related to Crisis?
BEHIND THE SCENES of Batwoman go HERE
BEHIND THE SCENES of Legends Of Tomorrow go HERE
AUTOGRAPHS for Legends of Tomorrow go HERE
BEHIND THE SCENES of Arrow go HERE
AUTOGRAPHS for Arrow go HERE
BEHIND THE SCENES of The Flash go HERE
AUTOGRAPHS for The Flash go HERE
BEHIND THE SCENES of Supergirl go HERE
AUTOGRAPHS for Supergirl go HERE
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Crisis On Infinite Earths will start December 8, 2019 on The CW with Supergirl, Dec. 9th Batwoman, and 10th with The Flash, before going on a month break to come back with a 2-part finale on January 14th, 2020 of Arrow & the epic finale on Legends Of Tomorrow.
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