THE FLASH Star Ezra Miller Responds To Reports The Movie Will Erase SnyderVerse Stories From DCEU Continuity

THE FLASH Star Ezra Miller Responds To Reports The Movie Will Erase SnyderVerse Stories From DCEU Continuity

The Flash star Ezra Miller has responded to recent reports that the upcoming solo movie for the Fastest Man Alive will completely erase Zack Snyder's work from the DC Extended Universe. Check it out...

Over the weekend, it was reported that The Flash will erase the "SnyderVerse" era of movies from the DCEU's continuity. What that really means remains to be seen, though it wouldn't exactly be shocking if Warner Bros. was looking to move away from a time their movies were both critical and commercial disappointments (not to mention the toxic side of the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement).

By the time all is said and done, it sounds like Superman will be Supergirl, and a new Justice League will assemble. However, the Scarlet Speedster himself, Ezra Miller, has now denied reports that his first solo outing will completely wipe away Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, and Justice League.

"No power or force in any known megaverse would or could ever erase Zack Snyder's mighty wrkz," Miller responded to a fan on Instagram. "You can take that quote. Take that to the bank, to the press, to the schools, to the military, and the other pillar of capitalism I'm forgetting cause of that thing where you try to think of a group of things you always forget one of them."

While the actor's right that Zack Snyder's contributions to the DCEU will not be fully erased (some of the same actors are going to be sticking around, for example), it does seem likely The Flash will leave us with a new world and a fresh start. After all, Ben Affleck's Batman being wiped away and replaced by Michael Keaton's - and Batgirl - is a pretty significant change it's hard to ignore.

We'll see how all this pans out when The Flash is released on November 4.
 

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