‘The Flash’ Movie Spoilers: Speedster Crossover?
Warner Bros. upcoming “The Flash” movie is an important title that could change the course DCEU. Fans are already under assumption that the storyline in “Justice League” sequel would be based on the events that occur in Ezra Miller’s solo movie.Advertisement
Most of the fans are already aware that “The Flash” is a fictional character in DC Universe with the ability to travel through the “Speed Force.” Over the years, the comic realm has also proven that there are many speedsters in other alternate universes as well.
Recently, during an interview, Ezra Miller sparked speculations that DCEU’s “The Flash” could have a crossover with DC TV series. According to MTV, the actor said, “I can’t wait to see him (Grant Gustin), eye to eye, adrift in the Speed Force – our eyes will lock and, in that moment, we will both know the truth, What truth? I dare not say.”
Last year, Ezra Miller directly teases that he could meet Grant Gustin’s The Flash as both speedsters have crossed “the event horizon.” Furthermore, it is technically for both superheroes to meet as they belong in different universes with the ability to travel other universes.
The Flash movie could crossover with the speedster in DC TV series. Although fans are divided on this take, its possibility cannot be outright denied. Moreover, Warner Bros. could go with the move to bring in more hype for the movie as well.
The Flash TV series is currently performing better than any titles released by DC by far. If Ezra Miller was in fact hinting the possibility, there’s no reason the studio wouldn’t discuss it with The CW.
The Flash movie is under direction by Rick Famuyiwa, the film’s exact release dates are currently unconfirmed. However, Kiersey Clemons has been confirmed to play as Iris West along with Ezra Miller in the movie.
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