Producer Confirms Villain For Flash/Supergirl Musical Crossover | TV News
When it was first announced four months ago, fans of the Arrowverse were excited at the prospect to see a musical adventure, starring everyone’s favourite Speedster and blonde Kryptonian. Now writer/producer of The Flash and Supergirl, Greg Berlanti, has revealed who the villain for the crossover will be: The Music Meister.
Berlanti was speaking at the Television Critics Association’s Winter Press Tour and when he was answering questions about the crossover, as well as his upcoming show, Riverdale, saying: “It is going to be the Music Meister”.
Berlanti also stated that the script will be finished over the weekend.
The Music Meister first appeared in the first season of comedic cartoon series, Batman: The Brave And The Bold, in the episode, “Mayhem Of The Music Meister”. The character has the power to control people through the power of music and his inclusion would provide a perfect reason for why characters the Arrowverse would star bursting into song. This clip from the cartoons below shows what The Music Meister is capable of.
How I Met Your Mother star, Neil Patrick Harris, voiced the character and it is perfectly possible for him to reprise the role: Berlanti certainly hasn’t ruled it out. The Flash and Supergirl stars Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist are also proven singers: both starred in Fox’s Glee and it would be exciting to see all exercise their voices in the superhero series.
Musical episodes for shows have critical success. Musical episodes for shows have had critical success. Buffy The Vampire Slayer‘s “Once More, With Feeling” and Scrubs‘ “My Musical” being prime examples and The Flash/Supergirl crossover would want replicate that success.
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