Lois Lane Elizabeth Tulloch CW DC Arrowverse

Elizabeth Tulloch will join the CW’s annual Arrowverse DC/WBTV Crossover event as the iconic roving reporter, Lois Lane.

Tulloch (Grimm) will be joining a loaded cast for the annual event, according to Deadline.

Lane, the love interest of Superman (Tyler Hoechlin), works with his alter ego, Clark Kent at the Daily Planet, where they developed a budding relationship. Hoechlin’s version of the Man of Steel was introduced in the second season of Supergirl.

The three-night event airs at 8 p.m. for each show with The Flash on Sunday Dec. 9, followed by Arrow the following Monday night and finishing with Supergirl to close on the following Tuesday.

It’s not clear how involved Tulloch will be involved during the three shows, but Hoechlin will appear on every one. The event feature the major characters from the Arrowverse and new faces including Batwoman (Ruby Rose).

Created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Lane was introduced in 1938 alongside Superman in Action Comics no. 1. Lane has been a staple character to the franchise to this date from the Superman comics to the live action adaptations played by the likes of Noel Neill, Margot Kidder, Kate Bosworth, Amy Adams, Teri Hatcher and Erica Durance.

Lane is intricate to the Superman franchise since she helps solidify his moral center and represents everything he fights for on earth.

Aside from playing the lead onGrimm for six seasons, Tulloch has appeared in films like Chronic, Concussion, and The Artist.

What do you think of her casting? Does she make an ideal Lois? Sound off in the comments.

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Sci-fi and technology geek since the NES days, Tom loves everything from the cult classics, the contemporary hits to the beast with two backs that is Disney and Marvel. His life's mission is to be the ultimate nerd savant sitting on the iron throne as CEO of Skynet while masquerading as a vigilante at night wearing hockey pads.

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