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The massive 5 episode, 6 TV show Arrowverse cross over Crisis On Infinite Earths has begun filming in Vancouver.
Yesterday, they were shooting a DC's Legends Of Tomorrow portion of the cross over at couple of businesses & at Victory Square in downtown Vancouver.
In the early part of the day, they were shooting in a business known as "The Paper Hound" which is a small independent bookstore. I did not get to see what the scene entailed from the inside, but I know Dominic Purcell was around for it, and they did a scene that had people running on the outside of the building.
After that scene, they moved a couple doors down to a frequently used location by the film industry, The Permanent. It has been a reception hall for the Oliver & Felicity congratulations party after they piggyback married during Crisis On Earth X, its been a bank for The Flash, and likely many other things I cant recall right now.
On this day, I dont know what it was supposed to be standing in for, but there seemed to be 3 notable people in the scene. Grant Gustin was there as The Flash, Caity Lotz was there as White Canary, and an unknown man was there dressed in a suit, with a red cape. Maybe a magician? Whatever was going on, it seemed to end with White Canary punching out the mystery man. After they wrapped, I actually saw that there were two mystery men, not sure if 1 was a stunt double for the other, or if there was 2 of these characters in the scene.
After that, the crew went to lunch & prepped the area down the street for their night time exterior scene at Victory Square
After the lunch break, the crew and cast arrived at Victory Square to shoot a night scene. The Flash fans know Victory Square very well, as it is where we watched Savitar kill Iris over, and over, and over again, ending with the unfortunate death of H.R. instead in a ruse perpetrated by the team. To make it more of a call back to that location, the scene they shot was right in the spot that the death happened.
In the night scene, we had Grant as Barry Allen and Caity as Sara Lance sitting on the stairs talking. It was clear that it was one of those "we've been through some stuff, and it might get tougher" talks. I dont know who was needing the talk more, but they both had on their solemn faces at times. With this being in the Legends episode of the cross over, which is the final part of it, could they be talking about something specific that happened during Crisis? Someone they lost? Someone they both have a strong connection to? Or, is it just a "we need to figure out how to win this, it seems so hard" talk?
As their conversation was winding down (it really was a loooooooong talking scene) something startles the two super heroes, and they turn around and attack whatever it is.... but soon they settle down, and start talking to the mystery person. The ONLY part of the conversation I could make out was Sara saying "yeah John, you're a little late, already happened". What was John late for? Better question really is, which John? Constantine? Diggle? Jonnz? Travolta? The sides being read out by the other character were done by a crew member as the actor in that spot was not actually there, and the actors on set needed verbal cues to let them know when to deliver their lines.
As you will see in the 1 shot, there was a large massive lighting balloon in the air that was coloured light blue. I joked at the time to those on the set that it was going to be Beebo. But really, it is just there to light the scene a specific way.... but will the blue lighting tone they were going for mean something specific? Why would they not just go with the natural tone of the area?
After the pair did their scenes, Grant wrapped for the night, and they did a quick 5-8 minutes of getting solo Sara talking scenes before wrapping all together for the night.
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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