‘Superman & Lois’ stars reveal what other heroes they want to see on the show



The DC Comics-inspired CW series featured several crossovers among heroes, including the big event “Crisis on Infinite Earths”.

Come to think of it, the cast of the upcoming “ Superman & Lois ” series have revealed which heroes they’d like to see in the adventures of Man of Steel.

“I think it would be very interesting to see Lois Lane join Batwoman or even Supergirl,” Elizabeth Tulloch said.

Jordan Kent’s interpreter Alexander Garfin was more daring and said:

“I think it would be interesting to see Lois Lane working with the Mars Hunter, they were a good team.”

However, most of them agreed that it would be amazing to meet Batman at some point during the attraction, as the character was never a part of those reunions on The CW.

Tyler Hoechlin, Superman, got right to the point:

“I want to see Batman.”

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His response was accompanied by the support of Garfin and Jordan Elssas, interpreter of Jonathan Kent.

Hoechlin even dared to say that even Batman’s villains would be good additions:

“Who knows, maybe we could fight Duas Caras or the Joker.”

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Recalling that the series begins tomorrow, the 23.

On Rotten Tomatoes, the series opened with a whopping 89% approval, scoring 7.58 / 10 based on 9 reviews to date, receiving praise for the script and dynamic production.

Check out the reviews below:

“The tone of ‘Superman & Lois’ falls somewhere between ‘Smallville’ and ‘Man of Steel’ in many ways. It’s definitely an animal in itself, and it’s better for that ”- ComicBook.com.

“Coming out of Smallville Gazette, here’s today’s news: ‘Superman & Lois’ Works” – TVLine.

“Superman & Lois” has all the tough undertones in the right place “- The Lamplight Review.

“[A série] it’s a lot more fun than its generic title suggests ”- IGN Movies.

“The CW’s most recent DC series flies higher than the rest, a more down-to-earth and mature version of Superman – but still action-packed” – Beyond the Trailer.

Recalling that the series officially opens on February 23.

Created by Greg Berlanti and Todd Helbing, the series is part of the Arrowverse, which currently includes “The Flash”, “Supergirl”, “Legends of Tomorrow”, “Black Lightning” and “Batwoman”.

Years after battling megalomaniac villains, chaotic monsters from Metropolis, and alien invaders who wanted to wipe the human race off the face of Earth, the world’s most famous superhero, the Man of Steel (also known as Clark Kent), and most acclaimed comic book journalist Lois Lane faces one of the greatest challenges of all time: dealing with the stress, pressures, and complexities that come with life. being a father today.

In addition to this complicated job of raising two boys, Clark and Lois also fear that their sons Jonathan and Jordan could inherit their father’s Kryptonian superpowers as they grow up. Returning to Smallville to resolve certain situations, the couple also reunite with Lana Lang, Clark’s former girlfriend, and her husband Kyle Cushing. Adults aren’t the only ones to cross old friendships, as the young members of the Kent family are reunited with Lana and Kyle’s rebellious daughter, Sarah.

Of course, there is never a moment of peace in a superhero’s life, especially with Lois’ father General Samuel Lane looking for Superman to banish a villain or save the day. any time. Meanwhile, the couple’s return to idyllic Smallville comes with the appearance of both a mysterious stranger and a passionate tycoon named Morgan Edge.

Tyler Hoechlin (‘Teen Wolf’) and Elizabeth Tulloch (‘Grimm’) stars. The cast also includes Emmanuelle Chriqui, India Navarrette, Erik Valdez, Jordan Elsass, Alexander Garfin and Dylan Walsh.

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