CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS - Legends Of Tomorrow - October 24 - downtown Vancouver - The Final Location Shoot
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The massive 5 episode, 6 TV show Arrowverse cross over Crisis On Infinite Earths has begun, and completed primary filming in Vancouver.
On this day, the crew for Legends Of Tomorrow were in an area of Coal Harbour that should be familiar to Arrowverse fans, as it was the same block that Earth 90s Flash, The Flash, Supergirl & Green Arrow faced off with The Monitor in Elseworlds.
This time, they shot a couple different scenes here. The first one had Grant Gustin as The Flash, Brandon Routh as The ATOM, and Melissa Benoist as Supergirl on set. They were shooting a scene where the trio were in the middle of the street as civilians scramble to get out of there. Flash & Supergirl are facing what I assume is some type of problem, while The ATOM seems more excited to just take a selfie of himself and his friends. The Flash gives him the "are you kidding?" look, and eventually ATOM turns around to face the situation the other two were looking at.
After a few moments of banter, the team seems to split up. Flash runs forward, while Supergirl simulates flying off, and The ATOM seems to just disappear (wondering if he went into super small size) off to the side of where the camera was.
The license plates had "Land Of Mist' plates, which are used for Starling City usually. So it seems like this scene was set there.
Also, shout out to the very random crew member that, with no request from any other crew to come and do it, decided to come and try to get in my way for literally 1 take. Guess you wanted your moment of glory, congratulations.... you now are immortalized in a Canadagraphs blog post.... well, your dead soulless eyes are, at least. You accomplished literally nothing, as the photos below can attest to.
A bit later, the trio moved down the street. They were joined this time by Dominic Purcell as Mick Rory/Heatwave for a scene.
For this scene, an observation I made. Did Micks gun always look like a really fancy glue gun, or am I mistaken?? I thought it looked different.
The scene seemed to have Heatwave in the middle of the street pointing his glue.... err heat gun at something/someone above him. Off to his right The Flash was busy in a tug of war with something (I mean in reality it was a crew member, but I doubt thats what its supposed actually be). Eventually the pair freeze for a moment while ATOM & Supergirl come in and act like they just zipped in. They then help The Flash in his tug of war, and Heatwave grabs on the to back end. Eventually they seem to win the tug of war, sending The Flash falling backwards with Supergirl catching him.
After they did the scene, I got a chance to have my last encounter with Brandon. He came over to sign a couple autographs for me, and I told him how much again I was disappointed he was leaving, and he said he was too. I wished him and Courtney luck on whatever they do next... and that was the last I would see of him on an Arrowverse set possibly. It was also the last I would see of a Crisis set. I planned to go back for a night scene they did, but they managed to set it up, and film it in less than half an hour, so I got there less than 10 minutes after it wrapped.... but I do know it was a scene of Bitsie Tulloch as Lois Lane walking down the street, talking on a phone.
With that, the official wrap on Crisis On Infinite Earths happened. There may be re-shoots of a scene, or pick up scenes (scenes they originally didnt decide to shoot... but after seeing what they had, decided they might need it). But officially, the 5 episode cross over has completed its principle photography on it all.
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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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