Robbie and Stephen Amell may be killing it on their shows The Flash and Arrow, but the hunky cousins have their sights set on even bigger plans!
The CW stars independently financed an action/sci-fi short film called Code 8 as a proof of concept for a feature film version they are aiming to film later this year!
The two are planning to star in the film that takes place in a world where 4% of the population are born with supernatural abilities — but instead of being revered superheroes, most "specials" live in poverty and resort to crime to survive.
Sure, this sounds like a pretty cool concept, but it also sounds super expensive — that's where YOU come in!
Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is only a few days away from being released and we're getting more and more excited for the superhero team up.
We already knew that the film will feature both Henry Cavill as Superman and Ben Affleck as the caped crusader, as well as Gal Gadot's highly anticipated introduction as Wonder Woman, but there are some other heroes showing up too!
Not only is Ray Fisher popping up as Cyborg, but Jason Mamoa will have an appearance as Aquaman, as will Ezra Miller's The Flash!
But wait, don't we already have a Flash in Grant Gustin thanks to the CW's hit show??
Ever since Miller's casting was announced though, there's been a question about why the studio didn't try and link the television universe — The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, DC Legends of Tomorrow — to what they were doing cinematically.
While plenty of stars have spoken about the issue including Gustin and Arrow's Stephen Amell, Snyder finally opened up about why he didn't cast Gustin, saying:
There were rumors that the series — both produced by Greg Berlanti — were eventually going to meet, but we weren't sure it was actually going to happen since Melissa Benoist is housed on CBS while Grant Gustin calls The CW home.
However, Grant confirmed the news that he'd be fighting alongside his former Gleecostar in an upcoming episode of Supergirl on Instagram, saying: