Our first glance into the Kent Farm in SUPERGIRL’s “Elseworlds” episode gets us all giddy for more of Hoechlin’s Clark Kent.
To the farm we go in this new photo of two iconic DC characters!
EW released a new photo last week from this year’s “Elseworlds” crossover showcasing Superman/Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin) on the Kent Farm with Lois Lane (Elizabeth Tulloch), who makes her Arrowverse debut in the three-night spectacle that starts with The Flash, continues with Arrow, and concludes with Supergirl. The photo is takes place during Supergirl star Melissa Benoist’s first scene with the pair. And Smallville fans may recognize the farm. That’s right! It’s the same farm that was used during the show’s ten season run.
In her interview with EW, Benoist shared how she felt like “we should’ve been eating apple pie and waving American flags. It was such Americana, and there were pickup trucks and Lois Lane had a toolbox and was working on a car.”
Check out the photo below:
Until recently, we’ve only seen Superman on the big screen, but Arrowverse creator Greg Berlanti took the initiative to get Superman on the small screen again. Hoechlin was thus introduced in the 2nd season of Supergirl and has already appeared in 4 episodes of the show. Lois Lane is now just making her debut into Berlanti’s Arrowverse.
When we were talking about the story we wanted to send Clark on in the crossover, we were talking about different elements and that’s when we started talking about Lois […] We’ve always wanted to bring Lois onto the show. She’s such a great character and we were just excited to be able to have her and she organically fits into the story we were telling in the crossover.
There’s also another noteworthy moment to keep in mind about this “Elseworlds” crossover is the fact that we will be seeing The Flash, the Green Arrow, and Superman together during the event. Think you’re excited for this? You aren’t alone. By the looks of a classic Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen/Green Arrow) tweet, Grant Gustin (Barry Allen/The Flash) was also freaking out about it … just a little. And we don’t blame him.
— Stephen Amell (@StephenAmell) October 15, 2018
“Elseworlds” starts Sunday, Dec. 9, with The Flash at 8 p.m. ET, continues Monday, Dec. 10, at 8 p.m. ET with Arrow; and ends Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET with Supergirl.