The DC Cinematic Universe is on the verge of taking a very different path. With The Flash, the universe will be recreated, but no one has a clue what or how. The batman, the most promising film to come out of the DC/WB partnership right now, is not already part of the DCEU, and I hope it’s never wasted in this chaos.
The studio, which will adapt the Flashpoint story to the screen, can do really extraordinary work, not surprisingly. However, the latest allegations have confused fans. Together with Flash, Batgirl and Supergirl will be the cornerstone of DCEU; superman and batman.
In fact, there is talk that Supergirl will be the only Kryption in the DCEU for a while. For Batgirl, it’s more likely because she’s also preparing a solo film for HBO Max. Leslie Grace has a long way to go in her character. It has long been known that Sasha Calle, who is in the cast of The Flash, will also play Supergirl.
Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton are likely to be seen as Batman for the last time. So the Batgirl/Supergirl duo could really be the founders of the new Justice League team. Add Flash and Shazam to this duo, and we already have a mini-team. A Justice League without the pretty Batman and Superman would be the most mini-Justice League, but I’m not surprised when it comes to DCEU.
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Watching The Flash, directed by Andyy Muschietti, is sure to be one of the strangest events of the year. But I wonder how long the DC/WB partnership, which has two black Superman projects in the background and a Batman movie, can last to keep these productions out of the mainstream universe. Let’s focus on wrapping up our pain with The Batman, directed by Matt Reeves, and we’ll be happy with the surprise quota of whatever’s good.