Now that Superman & Lois takes place in its own reality, the Arrowverse will end with The Flash's final season next year. Kicking off with Arrow in 2012, this small screen DC Universe had a good run, ultimately expanding across multiple shows and annual crossovers (which got bigger and bigger).
Shot prior to the pandemic, Crisis on Infinite Earths played out in December 2019 and January 2020, with the five-part event serving as a soft reboot for the Arrowverse.
During the crossover, we got to see Kevin Conroy as a live-action Batman, the return of Tom Welling as Clark Kent, and much more. It was praised by fans and critics alike, and Arrowverse creator Marc Guggenheim has now shared his hopes to revisit the project... by turning it into a movie!
As you can see in the Tweet below, the veteran writer and producer said, "In my perfect world, for the 5th anniversary, I'd get some VFX money, time in an editing bay, and pull together the whole thing into a single 'movie.'"
We're sure many of you would be on board with that, especially as Crisis on Infinite Earths has never been released in one place. Instead, fans have been forced to buy the DVD or Blu-ray box sets for each individual series to relive an event that culminated with Ezra Miller showing up as his version of The Flash to meet Grant Gustin's Scarlet Speedster.
We're not sure Guggenheim will ever get his wish, but it sure would be fun to see. If nothing else, it should be put on HBO Max in a way that allows fans to watch the current version in one sitting!
Would you like to see Crisis on Infinite Earths revisited in some way?