Michael Rosenbaum, who gave life to Lex Luthor in Smallville and lent his voice to The Flash in the animated Justice League series, was one of the most requested additions to Arrowverse's Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover, which will air in December.
However, judging by an actor's recent post on Twitter, Rosenbaum is not expected to be part of the epic crossover, as much as fans may wish. The actor wrote on the social network that, despite visiting his grandfather in a nursing home, Warner Bros. called his agents and made him an offer that he could refuse.
Here ya go. 🙂 pic.twitter.com/8PFT6wsPMo
– Michael Rosenbaum (@michaelrosenbum) September 24, 2019
"Your offer: No script. No idea what I was going to do. No idea what I was going to shoot. Basically no financial compensation. And the real kick in the ass, 'We have to know now.' My answer was simply, 'Step'. I think you can understand why. I hope this answers all your questions. Lovingly, Rosenbaum. "
This may not be the news fans wanted to read, but Rosenbaum expressed gratitude to all who asked to join Crisis on Infinite Earths, which would also serve as a special meeting, as Tom Welling of Smallville will return to his home. Clark Kent's role at the crossover, alongside Erica Durance, who will once again be Lois Lane.
Although Rosenbaum's Lex Luthor is not present at the crossover, let's look at Jon Cryer's character version of Supergirl.
What's more, all of Arrow's eighth and final season will be "an event," which will seek to link loose ends and pave the way for the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover.
Abílio Rodrigues (of Rivia) is the technology editor of IGN Portugal, a confessed music lover and PC gaming enthusiast. You can follow him on @KaikaneTR