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Birds of Prey: Ashley Scott to Return as Huntress for Arrowverse Crossover

 
 
 
Birds of Prey: Ashley Scott to Return as Huntress for Arrowverse Crossover

DC’s Arrowverse crossover event is adding even more familiar faces. In fact, The CW went back deep into its past to its WB days for its latest addition. Ashley Scott from Birds of Prey is reprising her role of Huntress for the big event. That series lasted only 13 episodes before it was canceled in 2002. The Huntress has appeared on Arrow in the past, but she was played by Jessica De Gouw.

TV Line reported on the addition on Thursday, but nothing else has been revealed about Ashley’s Scott part on the crossover. In fact, not much has been revealed about the event at all, beyond the people taking part in the event. Tom Welling and Erica Durance are just two of the big names reprising roles for Crisis on Infinite Earths.

Scott shared her excitement for her role on Crisis on Infinite Earths on her Twitter account.

Ashley Scott is not the only new addition to the event. TV Insider reported that Osric Chau is set for the crossover, as well. The actor appeared on six seasons of Supernatural. More recently, he appeared on Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency. He joins the cast in a recurring role.

He will play Ryan Choi. It was revealed that Choi will play a “pivotal role” in the Arrowverse event. In the world of DC comics, Choi becomes the Atom after the departure of Ray Palmer. It has already been revealed that Brandon Routh is leaving DC’s Legends of Tomorrow at the end of this season. Is The CW setting things up for Chau to take over the role of Atom next season? Fans will have to wait and see. That series returns to the network in January.

Osric Chao spoke about the casting on his own Twitter account on Thursday. His fans were excited to see the news.

The CW’s big crossover event will premiere on December 8 with Supergirl.

 
 
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