The Flash Movie Director Confirms Time Travel Plot with Flashpoint Elements
To say DCEU is a bit fishy right now would be a silence. The shared universe concept that MCU popularized, and which Warner Bros. was expected to replicate, has come to a grinding halt with negative reception of 2017 Justice League. Upcoming standalone film for Flash, With Ezra Miller in the lead role, is expected to provide a sort of reset button to DCEU. The film’s director Andy Mushchiti revealed the film’s original plot on Argentine radio station Metro 95.1, which was later translated and shared on Twitter.
“It’s a story of time travel: Flash travels back to try to save his mother. It’s a fantastic action film but it’s a big heart.”
At first glance, it may not be obvious to non-comic book fans how such a straightforward story can reorder the entire DCEU. The keyword here is ‘time travel’. While other sci-fi films have toyed with the concept of the present, influenced by tampering with the past, the upcoming Chamak The film will take this concept to an extreme.
The film is inspired by the comic series, The Flashpoint Paradox, in which Barry Allen aka Flash was seen traveling back in time to save his mother. Returning to the present, Barry finds that his actions have created a chain reaction, resulting in a vastly different reality, where Superman is chained by the government, with Wonder Woman and Aquaman fighting to capture Earth , And was killed by Bruce Wayne in the crime lane made his father the new Batman and his mother the new Joker.
In a previous interview, Andy Mucciati has confirmed that he is working on a “different version than Flashpoint” [fans are] Expecting, “which means that instead of preventing superheroes from showing evil or dying, Chamak The film will depict Barry’s attempts to save his mother, who currently introduces new actors in the role of Batman, and possibly Superman as well.
The ‘reset’ button is getting ready to hit with Warner Bros’ internal invite Chamak The film is already set in motion. During the final ‘Crisis’ storyline on The CW’s Arrowverse, Flash from DCEU, played by Ezra Miller, is a popup for a quick cameo, confirming that DCEU is part of the same multiverse that includes Arrowever, as well as a Number of other movies and shows including Tim Burton Batman Films.
All of this will repay when Flash’s actions in his solo film rearrange all of reality, and the DCEU landscape will be a very different place after that, the most prominent example being Michael Keaton’s rumored entry into the franchise. As Bruce Wayne of an alternate reality. Ironically, for a film that is seen as a narrative means of turning actors into important parts, the role of Barry Allen may see itself as a fresh casting, alleging the attack that Erza Miller is currently facing, doubting her future with DCEU.
Topics: Flashpoint, Flash