“Gotham” star David Mazouz, who plays 15-year-old Bruce Wayne in the Fox show, thinks it would be a great idea to have superhero crossovers.

One particular crossover he would like for the show to have would be with “The Flash” from The CW network. “I mean, now The Flash can time travel,” he told Comic Book. “The whole problem before was that ‘Gotham’ is set in the past while the other shows...are set in the present. But, now that there’s time travel introduced to the CW-Verse, I don’t see why not. But it’s not my call.”

“I would love it. I would love to have a crossover episode and have a reference to the fact that Gotham is part of a larger DC Universe...I hope it does happen,” he added.

Another cameo Mazouz would like to see is that of a 15-year-old Clark Kent, since it would be really cool to see the younger versions of the superheroes interact.

“I know in ‘Batman v Superman,’ they played it like Metropolis and Gotham are twin cities, so it wouldn't be that hard to take a boat ride over for Clark,” he told IGN.

But for now, Mazouz has to worry about Bruce’s doppelgänger, who is sure to stir up some trouble for the young billionaire.

Executive producer Ken Woodruff even said that doppelgänger Bruce will help develop Bruce’s future playboy persona. “Bruce Wayne always had this party boy exterior persona that he was able to use and hide behind so people wouldn't assume he was Batman,” Woodruff told The Hollywood Reporter. “One of the things we wanted to do is use this Bruce doppelgänger to show Bruce that there's a whole other way of behaving out there that's not what you expect.”