“Crisis on Infinite Earths” will be the biggest crossover to hit the Arrowverse to date by far, bringing together not only the regular casts of all five shows – that’s Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow and Batwoman – but also various guest stars and DC icons from other properties.
There’s been so much news of late regarding who’s going to appear in the event though that it’s easy to lose track of who’s been officially confirmed and who hasn’t. So, here’s a handy guide to everyone who’s 100% appearing in “Crisis,” as of August 15th.
Kevin Conroy as Future Bruce Wayne – The veteran voice actor will finally play the Dark Knight in live-action in the crossover. We Got This Covered has reported that he’ll be the Kingdom Come Batman, but won’t appear in costume.
Burt Ward as unknown – The Robin of Batman ’66 is definitely going to be in “Crisis,” but it hasn’t been officially confirmed who he’s playing. Reports say he’s an older Dick Grayson, though, which would make a lot of sense.
Cress Williams as Black Lightning – Black Lightning will finally crossover with the Arrowverse in the event, with Williams revealing his involvement earlier this month.
LaMonica Garrett as The Monitor/Anti-Monitor – Obviously, Garrett will be back as cosmic being the Monitor, after his cameos across all the season finales. He’ll also double up as his own evil twin, the Anti-Monitor, who threatens the whole of reality.
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Tom Cavanagh as Pariah – Cavanagh will play yet another new character in “Crisis,” filling the key comic book role of Pariah. In the comics event, Pariah was a scientist responsible for releasing the Anti-Monitor into the multiverse.
Tyler Hoechlin as Superman – Routh won’t be the only Superman in the crossover, as Hoechlin will also reprise his Earth-38 version.
Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane – And where Clark Kent goes, Lois Lane can’t be far behind. Tulloch first appeared in 2018’s “Elseworlds.”
Jon Cryer as Lex Luthor – The Monitor was seen to be inspecting Luthor’s corpse in the Supergirl finale and it’s possible he resurrected the villain, as he’ll appear in “Crisis”, too.
So, there you have it. Many more actors have been rumored, of course, including Smallville‘s Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum, Wonder Woman‘s Lynda Carter, the Titans cast, etc., but we’ll have to wait and see how many of them turn out to be on the money.
“Crisis on Infinite Earths” kicks off on The CW from December 8th. It crosses the Christmas break and then wraps up on January 14th.