It’s being reported that Ezra Miller’s Flash will be visiting the Arrowverse in his upcoming The Flash movie, which would be an interesting way to connect the movie and TV worlds.
This report comes to us from Mikey Sutton over at Geekosity, and it really does make sense in my eyes.
We already know that The Flash movie will be exploring the Multiverse, which is how we’re going to be seeing both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton’s versions of Batman in the film.
It sounds as though this film will be a sort of road movie through the Speed Force which is how Barry Allen will end up exploring the Multiverse.
He has done this multiple times in the comics, yet the most famous run would be the Flashpoint comic book series.
Not too much Flashpoint left in The Flash film
It had been reported for a while that The Flash film was going to be based on Flashpoint.
We’re now hearing that many of the elements of that comic book series have been taken out of the movie.
Basically, this upcoming Flash picture will be its own thing.
It’ll be its own original story which is fine, but I was looking forward to seeing a live-action Flashpoint movie.
I guess we’ll have to wait a while for that one.
Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen will be taking another trip to the Arrowverse in The Flash movie
So, we’ve already seen Ezra Miller’s Flash in the Arrowverse before.
He made a brief but brilliant cameo in part 4 of the Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover event.
It looks like he’ll be going there again for some reason in the upcoming movie.
It’s also been reported that Grant Gustin will be making a cameo appearance in the movie.
Therefore, it makes sense to think that Miller’s Barry Allen will be heading back to the Arrowverse in his movie.
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Are you looking forward to watching this The Flash film?
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