The Flash Producer Addresses the Ezra Miller Movie’s Future Amid DCEU Changes

Dec 8, 2022

The Flash has been on rocky ground lately thanks to the personal life of star Ezra Miller. With the recent cancellation of Batgirl, and many rumors around the fate of the DCEU under Warner Bros. Discovery’s new strategy, some have begun to question whether The Flash could be in trouble. However, despite there being a lot of changes going on in the DCEU, the future for The Flash is apparently staying right on track, and Miller’s speedy superhero will be arriving in theaters in June 2023.

The Flash is currently one of the last DCEU projects that is actively in production, and is one of only three movies set to arrive in theaters in 2023, with Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and Blue Beetle being the other two. However, following the cancelation of Batgirl there have been a lot of people looking over their shoulders when it comes to any other potential cuts coming down the line. Unsurprisingly, with recent events in Ezra Miller’s personal life overshadowing The Flash, fans have questioned whether Warner Bros. could decide to abandon that movie too.
The Flash producer Barbara Muscitetti has now put all fears to rest in a message that was shared by Twitter user @FlashFilmNews, which said, “All is good in Flash land.” The account reiterated that The Flash is expected to be released on June 23, 2023, and with other reports suggesting that The Flash’s test screenings have been a huge success, it all seems to suggest that The Flash is surprisingly the safest upcoming DCEU movie of the current roster.

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The Flash Will Reset The DCEU

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There has been a lot of speculation about what will become of the DCEU after the release of The Flash, which has been said on multiple occasions to be a soft-reset of the entire franchise. Although there has been no outright confirmation of exactly what this means for the franchise going forward, it does seem to fit with a number of rumors that the new heads at Warner Bros. Discovery are wanting to reboot the DCEU and put the chaos of the last few years behind them.

The Flash is set to star both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton in the role of Batman, with it being suggested that a multiverse moment caused by Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen will see Michael Keaton’s Burtonverse Batman being introduced into the current DCEU timeline following the death of Ben Affleck’s Batman. Again, there has been no official confirmation of this, but it is worth noting that until recently, Keaton was also set to appear in the Batman role in Batgirl and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, but it seems that these two cameo appearances have now been scrapped, leaving his future importance in the franchise in doubt.

For the moment, fans of The Flash can rest safe in the knowledge that there are no plans to drop the movie from schedules right now, and with the film’s budget reportedly pushing $300 million making it even more unthinkable that the movie would ever be abandoned in the same way as Batgirl. The Flash will arrive in theaters on June 23, 2023.

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