The last period of Lucifer will have 16 scenes altogether and will be part of two sections. Additionally, for the last arrangement, some new faces will join the cast.
As of late, Lucifer star Tom Ellis prodded Drew Powell will make his Lucifer debut. Gotham fans will perceive Powell for playing Butch Gilzean/Solomon Grundy in Gotham.
Will be there be a Lucifer and Gotham hybrid?
Right now, it stays obscure if there will be a Lucifer and Gotham crossover or not. In any case, as it is the last period of Lucifer, anything could occur.
Tom Ellis, who plays the main character, Lucifer Morningstar in the arrangement posted a photo of him and Drew Powell on Instagram.
He subtitled the post: “Such a pleasure having @realdrewpowell on the set of @lucifernetflix yesterday!!!!!#lucifer.”
Powell answered, calling him a legend mate! And saying that he can hardly wait to blend it up again with you not far off. He also added that the episode was going to make the viewers surprised!
Promptly fans started to guess whether Powell will repeat his job as Butch Gilzean or Solomon Grundy in Lucifer season five.
Powell was featured as supervillain Butch Gilzean/Solomon Grundy in the initial four periods of Gotham. His character was murdered off in the season four finale of Gotham by Penguin which was played by Robin Lord Taylor.
For the time being, it stays vague if Powell will repeat his job as scoundrel Butch Gilzean/Solomon Grundy in Lucifer, or on the off chance that he is playing a fresh out of the plastic new character.
But one thing is without a doubt, a crossover between Gotham and Lucifer would be an exceptionally engaging scene.
However, the probability of a crossover stays extremely low, considering that Butch isn’t alive. InIn light of a photo shared on his twitter, Powell may star in the melodic scene of Lucifer.