Dilemma on Infinite Earths to Restore Brandon Routh’s Superman

Brandon Routh, star of Superman Returns and Legends of Tomorrow, will soon reprise  his role as Superman. He will do so in The CW’s upcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event. Producers  introduced the news today at Comic Disadvantage International in San Diego. 

Brandon Routh’s Return As Superman

Brandon Routh's Return As Superman

This will be Routh’s first time in a Superman outfit since Bryan Singer’s 2006 movie. He starred as Superman opposite Kate Bosworth’s Lois Lane and also Kevin Spacey’s Lex Luthor. In a twist of fate, Bosworth appeared in a post-apocalyptic thriller called The Domestics  with present Arrowverse Superman Tyler Hoechlin.

Superman Returns turned a modest profit at the box office. However, it was not sufficient enough to get rid of a warm reception from followers as well as movie critics. The flick brought Superman back to Earth after a very long time in a voluntary expatriation in space. Amongst the things he would  learn? He had a super-powered boy fathered throughout a night with Lois Lane before he left the Planet.

There is no indicator whether Routh’s Guy of Steel will undoubtedly coincide one from the Donner universe. There are also doubts whether there will be any type of acknowledgement of that facet of his background.

Other Mentions Of Routh as Superman

Other Mentions Of Routh as Superman

This is not the very first time Routh’s time as Superman has been referenced in the Arrowverse. During the “Invasion!” crossover, Routh’s Ray Palmer joked that the Woman of Steel looked a little like his cousin. It assisted in giving followers hope to see an acknowledgement of Routh’s time in the cape much more reason to cheer it on.

Details Regarding Crisis Of Infinite Earths 

“Crisis on Infinite Earths” will air in December as well as January on The CW. The story will pay off plot strings seeded since the first episode of The Flash. It will play significantly into the final chapters of Arrowhead. It will help in establishing a brand-new status quo for the  post-” Crisis” Arrowverse. Occurring in 5 episodes over two quarters, “Crisis on Infinite Earths” will undoubtedly combine personalities from Arrowhead, The Flash, Supergirl, as well as DC’s Legends of Tomorrow in their highest and craziest tale yet. 

Watch the trailer for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow here:

 

 

Source: Comicbook, Deadline

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