Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for “Crisis on Infinite Earths.”
The CW kicked off the Arrowverse’s big “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover on Sunday, December 9, 2019 and concluded with two back-to-back episodes on Tuesday.
The five-part crossover featured plenty of notable appearances, aside from the network’s current stars.
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The crossover event, comprised of five total episodes, centered on superheroes from across the multiverse uniting to prevent complete destruction as anti-matter swept across different Earths.
Here are all the celebrities who had cameos.
Robert Wuhl reprised his role as reporter Alexander Knox from the 1989 Tim Burton “Batman” movie.
He was seen in Gotham City on Earth-89 (a nod to the year the movie about the Caped Crusader was released starring Michael Keaton), sitting on a bench and reading the Gotham City Gazette. The newspaper had a front-page headline that read, “Batman Captures Joker,” and the bat signal was projected in the sky as the city’s call for help from the superhero.
A scene of the red skies on Earth-9 showed “Titans” star Alan Ritchson as Hawk/Hank Hall.
Season one of “Titans,” which is a grittier spin on DC’s Teen Titans, was released on DC’s streaming app (DC Universe ) in 2018.
Another scene showed Curran Walters’ “Titans” character, Jason Todd.
He was seen in San Francisco with Hawk, and their Earth was destroyed. Considering that a third season of “Titans” has already been confirmed for 2020, it’ll be interesting to see how “Crisis” impacts the show.
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