DC television shows laid solid ground for the rise of the DC Extended Universe. However, some things don’t work out as consistent as could be. Such is the case with the Justice League movie having a different Flash than the TV show. Still, is it possible for the film to feature two Flashes?

Though highly unlikely, it seems a pretty good idea. Even movie Flash Ezra Miller thinks the same. The actor himself teased a pretty cool encounter with Gustin’s Barry Allen.

Miller had this to say in an interview with MTV News:

“He’s a boss. I can’t wait to see him, eye to eye, adrift in the Speed Force — our eyes will lock and, in that moment, we will both know the truth. What truth? I dare not say.”

It’s an imaginative take on the two characters meeting. Yet, it’s one that most likely won’t happen any time soon. Still, it’s one point to remember for DC fans who appreciate both Miller’s and Gustin’s portrayal of the Scarlet Speedster.

The DC Extended Universe is on its way to blossom to a large franchise. Maybe somewhere in the future, Miller might see his visualization of two Barry Allens meeting come true.

Justice League movie news

On other related news, the Justice League movie logo got a new metallic treatment. According to Comic Book Movie, the new reveal isn’t that different from what was shown in Comic-Con. However, the source says that the changed design is much more in line with Suicide Squad‘s own.


The DC film currently rolling in theaters may have been squashed by critics, but it certainly is performing great in the box office.

The negative reviews of Suicide Squad even fuels the Justice League cast. JoBlo quoted Miller as saying that the negative reviews motivates them to express themselves as best they can.

Despite the seemingly trend of critical flop in DC films, no one knows how future films in the lineup will fare. Perhaps, the coming together of heroes will be the DCEU’s redeeming factor. After all, the trailer showed a promising film.

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