“The Flash” star Keiynan Lonsdale would like to share a scene with “Legends of Tomorrow” actor Franz Drameh.

In a recent tweet, Lonsdale revealed that he thinks it would be great to see his character, Wally West (Kid Flash), and Drameh’ Jax Jackson (one-half of Firestorm) in a scene together in a future Arrowverse crossover.

Lonsdale wasn’t part of 2015’s crossover between “Arrow,” “The Flash” and “Legends of Tomorrow” because he only made his first appearance as Wally a week after the crossover aired. And although Lonsdale appeared in “The Flash” episode of last year’s “Invasion!” crossover, he and Drameh didn’t get the chance to act opposite one another. But because this year’s Arrowverse crossover is already a go, it’s not yet late for fans to see Wally and Jax in a scene together.

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In an interview with Entertainment Weekly last month, Arrowverse executive producer Marc Guggenheim opened up about how they are planning to top last year’s crossover. “If we end up doing what we’re talking about doing, it’s going to be pretty cool,” Guggenheim teased. “The crossover is always the most challenging thing we do, but it’s also the most fun. Every year we feel the pressure [to top ourselves]. I feel like each crossover has topped the previous one. [But] topping last year’s, that’s a high bar. … What do you do that’s bigger than aliens?”

“[But] we’ve got some very, very exciting ideas,” Guggenheim continued. “Very early on in the process of doing last year’s crossover, Greg [Berlanti] said there’s probably no way to get bigger than aliens, so the best way to make the [next] crossover especially epic is if you can’t increase the bombast, increase the emotional stakes and the emotional payoffs, so that’s a very oblique comment on where our heads are at for this season.”

Unlike the “Invasion!” crossover, Guggenheim’s fellow Arrowverse executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said (via TVLine) last February that this year’s crossover is going to be a “true four-way crossover.” “The great thing about our dear friends at The CW and [network president] Mark Pedowitz picking the shows up as early as they did [is that] it has allowed us to start building the schedules for next season,” he said at the time.

More details about this year’s crossover are expected to be revealed during the shows’ panels at the San Diego Comic Con this week. See Warner Bros. Television’s Comic-Con lineup in the video below: