The Flash is not the end for this version of the character, if the new DCU has room – /Film

Now, before anyone takes to the streets to breathlessly announce that Ezra Miller will, in fact, be back for more adventures as Flash in the coming years, it’s important to note that Andy Muschietti is proceeding as cautiously as possible. (Kudos to the WB PR group for clearly preparing the filmmakers ahead of time!) As hard as it is for fans to believe, it looks like James Gunn and Peter Safran have their cards close to their chests…even after revealing part of it. of his master plan for the shape DC Studios will take during this next chapter. As Muschietti continues to explain:

“The cool thing about the multiverse is that it’s possible. The multiverse allows all these different worlds to coexist and interact and hopefully yes. We don’t know yet. That’s the truth.”

After Barbara Muschietti chimed in to clarify that “it’s very open,” Andy was asked directly if “The Flash” intends to continue being part of the plans for this new DC. Once again, the filmmaker expressed his optimism, and his own limited knowledge of him, of future plans:

“We certainly expect it. Again, we can’t predict the future. Everything we’re hearing is going to happen is very exciting. We don’t know much more than you guys, honestly.”

On one level, it makes perfect sense that this decision would ultimately be decided by the box office performance of “The Flash.” Gunn and Safran aren’t working in a vacuum here, but they’ll likely improvise based on these kinds of practical concerns. But, on the other hand, it is true that we don’t know much more now than we already knew before. So go!

“The Flash” hits theaters on June 16, 2023.

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