Good news and bad news, Smallville fans. Arrow star Stephen Amell shared an update on his own Smallville tease, after tweeting that photo with Tom Welling (Clark Kent) and Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor). Turns out, no, the actors are not going to be in the upcoming "Elseworlds" Arrow-verse crossover. Bummer. Instead, as many suspected, they are collaborating with Amell's Nocking Point wine business, which is launching a monthly wine club curated by celebrities.
But wait! There's more! Stephen Amell did offer Smallville fans a huge "Elseworlds" carrot -- and a warning that they may be so excited they'll ... need to go #1:
Wow. So even as a non-Smallville fan he jumped out of his seat. Fair warning to true Smallville fans to, um, wear extra protection?
Stephen Amell shared his comments during a lengthy Facebook video chat with fans. There's a lot of good intel in there for Arrow-verse fans. As he noted, there's only one more episode of Arrow before the 2018 crossover begins. He's very proud of that episode -- the December 3 episode "Unmasked" -- and he repeated that the crossover this year is something he's really proud of as well.
The Oliver Queen/Green Arrow actor added that, as much as fans may have seen in the crossover photos and promos, we do not know everything. Many secrets are being kept safe. Stephen Amell has been responsible for sharing a lot of details himself on his Twitter feed, which is always a great source of behind-the-scenes intel.
Stephen Amell recently said that this crossover may not have been the most rewarding, but it was the most fun he's had throughout the course of doing the show. We know he has a major role ahead, with the big switcheroo between Oliver and The Flash's Barry Allen.
The Arrow-verse's 2018 "Elseworlds" crossover begins next Sunday, December 9 at 8 p.m. ET on The Flash, then continues with Arrow on Monday, December 10 and Supergirl on December 11. Here's what else is still ahead in 2018 and what's to come in midseason 2019.
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