Legends of Tomorrow season 5 : trailer totally crossed out, and WTF (with Constantine)
For a great start to the year 2020, the CW will propose to you to discover the season 5 Legends of Tomorrow. And the least we can say, by discovering its trailer, is that the new episodes will be totally barred, WTF, and epic, especially with the return of Constantine. Attention spoilers.
This is the January 21, 2020 as the season 5 of the Legends of Tomorrow will begin finally on the CW in the USA. A late return to the series in the Arrowverse, which will be compensated by episodes absolutely epic. Or rather mad. Or even WTF. As usual, the authors of the series are completely released at the time of writing the scenarios and, therefore, have re-imagined the stories of the most improbable in the world.
A season 5 in free wheel for the Legends
While the teaser begins quietly with a small tribute to Mister Rogers – a famous host tv in the USA (a biopic about worn by Tom Hanks will land soon in cinema), one has then the right to a burst of images all more crazy and promising to each other. Where Crisis on Infinite Earths – the new crossover in the Arrowverse, which will be Legends, won’t be happy, the darkness will leave its place to the humor in this season 5.
The program ? Ray will face a woman without a head, Mona glandera naked on a rug made out of skin of Beebo, there will be a sex scene between muppets, Nate will fly in front of a green background hideous, a gang on scooters will be the law in the streets, mascots will rebel and Constatine will make the show. If with that you are not hypés, we don’t know what you need.
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