“Arrow” is over, but Stephen Amell didn’t get everything he wanted in those eight seasons. He revealed his wish to see Oliver Queen meet Bruce Wayne, and he hoped “Supernatural” star Jensen Ackles would play Batman.

At the C2E2 convention in Chicago over the weekend, Green Arrow actor Stephen Amell and Felicity actress Emily Bett Rickards were asked which DC Comics characters they wished they had gotten to interact with. Amell answered quickly.

“We could’ve had Jensen Ackles come on as Batman, but only if people wanted to have an awesome time,” Amell said. “I would’ve like to. The whole Bruce Wayne of it all, that would’ve been fun.”

The CW fans know that “Supernatural” actors Ackles and Jared Padalecki are friends with Amell. Both shows filmed in Vancouver for years.

“Although my favorite thing ever—I don’t feel like I have any regrets because I got to call Superman ‘Clark,’ that was not in the script,” the actor said, referring to “Crisis on Infinite Earths.”

Ackles voiced Jason Todd in the 2011 animated movie “Batman: Under the Red Hood,” but he hasn’t gotten the chance to appear in a live-action DC Comics project yet. While he wouldn’t be able to perform opposite Amell, Ackles could still potentially play the Dark Knight. With “Supernatural” ending its 15-year run this year, Ackles is available to play Bruce Wayne on “Batwoman,” should the show bring in the veteran hero.

Bruce has been missing for three years on The CW show. His cousin Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) takes over as Batwoman, but presumably, the show will eventually deal with Batman’s mysterious absence. Could Ackles step in as the caped crusader? Fans will have to wait and see.

Meanwhile, Amell is getting ready for post-"Arrow" projects. He is set to headline the Starz wrestling drama "Heels" and is developing a spinoff series for his film "Code 8" at Quibi. 

“Batwoman” airs Sundays on The CW.

Arrow Supernatural Stephen Amell (left) wished Jensen Ackles would have played Batman on "Arrow," which ended in January 2020. Photo: Dean Buscher/The CW; Diyah Pera/The CW