KRYPTON Star Cameron Cuffe's Unfilmed CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS Cameo Has Finally Been Revealed

KRYPTON Star Cameron Cuffe's Unfilmed CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS Cameo Has Finally Been Revealed

Scheduling issues meant that Cameron Cuffe was unable to make a cameo appearance in Crisis on Infinite Earths, and showrunner Marc Guggenheim has now explained what the plan was for the Krypton star...

Crisis on Infinite Earths played out over five nights and, for the most part, fans were pretty happy. However, as is often the case, not everyone's favourite character was given a role to play, and Cameron Cuffe's Seyg-El from the now cancelled Krypton was someone many were disappointed to see overlooked.

Since then, it's been revealed that he was offered a role, but unable to appear due to scheduling issues.

Now, though, showrunner Marc Guggenheim has revealed what the plan was for Cuffe. "We were actually going to have Cameron play a Kryptonian elder," the executive producer reveals, "so we could play a little fast and loose with continuity if we had to."

In Krypton, Cuffe plays Superman's grandfather, and this cameo would have been a neat way to tie him to the Arrowverse's version of the Man of Steel and Supergirl. Guggenheim even pretty much confirmed that by sharing some details about what the scene was set to entail.

"When Alura was basically grabbing Kal-El and Lois on Argo, to take them to the ship, we were going to have this Kryptonian elder essentially hologram in with important information about the destruction of the multiverse," he explains. "So that stuff is actually written!"

It's a real shame this didn't work out because it would have been awesome for fans of Krypton, and another nice way of tying these DC Comics worlds together. Unfortunately, it didn't work out this time, and is unlikely to happen down the line (especially with no word on the show's fate). 

What are your thoughts on this unfilmed Crisis crossover?

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