Crisis on Infinite Earths Photos: Burt Ward, Michael Keaton, Pariah & More Crisis on Infinite Earths Photos: Burt Ward, Michael Keaton, Pariah & More
The latest Crisis on Infinite Earths photo leaks have included Burt Ward, Michael Keaton, Pariah, Black Lightning and more. Crisis on Infinite Earths Photos: Burt Ward, Michael Keaton, Pariah & More

With a lot of filming happening outside, it’s probably no surprise that set photos and shots of the actors doing Crisis on Infinite Earths have been making their way online. It also seems that many who have been filming have shared their moments to social media, and even if it’s only out momentarily, these photos seem to stay online. So what’s the latest?

First up, via HollywoodNorth.buzz and their YVRShoots Twitter feed, here’s Burt Ward from 1960’s Batman walking who we assume is Ace the Bat-Hound…

And a prop has surfaced confirming 1989 Batman Michael Keaton may exist in the Multiverse (original source unknown)…. unless this is some website’s joke way of “having this covered” and taken from something else entirely, not related to Crisis on Infinite Earths

And then there are a few photos, many of which were shared by actors. There’s Black Lightning (Cress Williams) with The Flash (Grant Gustin), a big group shot that includes our first look at Tom Cavanagh as his Crisis on Infinite Earths character of Pariah, a picture of The Flash with two Supermen (Brandon Routh and Tyler Hoechlin), a shot Kevin Conroy shared from Vancouver filming, and a picture with David Ramsey, Stephen Amell, and Kat McNamara from Arrow, seemingly on Lian Yu with DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’s John Constantine (Matt Ryan)!

So much fun. The Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover, which includes some appearances by folks from Smallville, Birds of Prey, and more, airs in December and January on The CW.

If you’re looking for Tom Welling, Erica Durance, or more Superman, visit KryptonSite for those photos.

Crisis on Infinite Earths: The Flash (Grant Gustin) & Black Lightning (Cress Williams)

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