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'Legends Of Tomorrow' Cast Welcomes 'The Flash' Cisco? Executive Producers Release Statement!

by Krezna de los Reyes / Dec 04, 2015 02:14 AM EST
Special Screening For The CW's 'Arrow' And 'The Flash'

DC's "Legends of Tomorrow" cast welcomes another member in the lineup from "The Flash" TV series for their premiere in 2016.

"The Flash's" very own Cisco, played by Carlos Valdes to appear on the upcoming series who will be showcasing an "interesting take" for his character. A cross episode will be done for both TV series however, it's not yet confirmed whether fans will be seeing a young or an older Cisco, according to Comicbook.com.

Carlo Valdes' character may not be the only one to cross travel and appear in the upcoming tv show.  Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim said that, "Part of the fun of 'Legends' is the fact that it takes place all throughout history - future and past," according to Entertainment Weekly.

The new addition to the "Legends of Tomorrow" cast lineup, Cisco Ramon, is currently developing feelings for  Kendra, one of the upcoming TV series' main character who was later revealed as the Priestess Chay-Ara during the first part of "The Flash" and "Arrow" crossover episode. Kendra, will later be reunited with her long-time lover Hawkman.

Cisco is currently dealing with a lot of happenings such as getting comfortable with his abilities as Vibe and how he's getting along with the new Wells' personality during episode seven, according to Variety.

"Arrow" and "The Flash" did a lot of preparation for the upcoming "Legends of Tomorrow" cast for introducing characters such as The Atom, Captain Cold, Firestorm, Sara Lance, Hawkman and Hawkgirl and also with its recently released extended trailer.

The upcoming DC TV series would likely to show less of its characters in either of the two ongoing series and as for Greg Berlanti, he said, "In fact, once 'Legends' is born in January, there's really no intersection on the other shows," according to IGN.

"'Legends' is kind of its own wacky, crazy kind of thing that allows for some fun surprises in terms of who may visit and how because they're flying through the timeline and you'll start to see more of that. But not on 'Arrow' or 'Flash'," Berlanti added.

The second part of "Arrow" and "The Flash" crossover episode will be airing on Wednesday, 8pm ET while fans will be able to see "Legends of Tomorrow" cast in action on its premiere on Jan. 21 at 8pm on CW.

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