‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ new Trailer Shows the Team Recruiting Tom Welling, Kevin Conroy and much more. This is going to be epic folks, and as we know Tom Welling who’s clearly the most popular actor of the last two decades to play the role of “Clark Kent” aka “Superman” on either the big or small screen. He did it on the show Smallville which became not just a staple on the CW for 10 seasons but it’s the show which first featured a group outing of Superheroes on live action. (Way before JLA or AVENGERS! Movies)
Check out the broadcast schedule for “Crisis on Infinite Earths” below:
Supergirl – Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET/PT)
Batwoman – Monday, Dec. 9, 2019 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET/PT)
The Flash – Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET/PT)
Arrow – Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET/PT)
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
After leaving the show that finished it’s 10 season run Tom Welling kept out of Hollywood for a few years to clear the mind he said, and found small projects to pay the bills I’m sure. Or to keep busy on down times, and keep his name out there but movies like “Parkland” (based on the JFK murder) didn’t move many needles for him, and he’s been unable to recapture the popularity he held as Clark Kent for 10 seasons in any of the roles he’s taken since. As a fan myself, and many felt the shows finale left us bitter. So when he announced he would be involved in “The Crisis” storyline we the fans were in shock, and very pleased.
But he’s not shown up in any of the promo art or videos other than some pictures of him on the KENT farm from Smallville, and now that the shows “Crisis is imminent” It’s about that time to round up the heroes! So where has Mr Welling’s Kent been? Well this new trailer again shows us a glimpse of him on the kent farm. Don’t know why there is so much hush hush around his role in this but time if here, and so check out the videos below.
for The CW’s biggest crossover yet, “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” dropped on Monday, and gave fans more clarity about the drama to come, as well as a look at the famous DC Comics characters that will be appearing in the five-episode event. “There is a malevolent force at work one driven by a singular goal: the destruction of all there is,” The Monitor, Mar Novu (LaMonica Garrett), announces in the clip.
The crossover’s assembled cast of comic legends which includes the titular heroes from Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Batwoman and Black Lightning are then addressed by Lyla Michaels, aka Harbinger (Audrey Marie Anderson), who explains what they’re up against.
“There’s a wave of antimatter sweeping across this universe, destroying everything in its path,” Lyla warns. “We’ve brought you all to Earth-38 because this is where The Monitor wants you to make your stand.”
“Right,” Oliver Queen, aka Green Arrow (Stephen Amell), answers. “So we are going to need a bigger team.”
From there, the recruitment begins. Tyler Hoechlin and Bitsie Tulloch return in the crossover as the Supergirl universe’s Clark Kent and Lois Lane — and Clark goes in search of his multiverse counterpart, played by Tom Welling — reprising his Smallville role alongside his own Lois, Erica Durance.
Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) even comes across her cousin, Bruce Wayne (played by Kevin Conroy, the voice of Bruce Wayne/Batman in the Batman: The Animated Series and other Batman properties), though she looks surprised to see him walking gingerly in a mechanized suit. And John Wesley Shipp is back in his Flash suit, as Henry Allen joins his son in the fight.
But will all that firepower be enough to stop the end of the multiverse as we know it?
“One thing is certain,” Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) announces ominously as the worst-case scenarios are shown for each of our heroes. “Everything we know, everything there is, and everything there ever was, is doomed.”