Possible Synopsis For Ezra Miller’s ‘The Flash’ Teases Altered Flashpoint Storyline

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A potential synopsis for Ezra Miller’s The Flash has surfaced online, revealing a version of the Flashpoint storyline from the comics.

A synopsis for Ezra Miller’s The Flash has seemingly arrived online, teasing fans with the legendary Flashpoint comics storyline that kickstarted the New 52 back in 2011. Director Andy Muschietti previously confirmed that Flashpoint would feature in the film, but now a possible synopsis has arrived online thanks to a piece in Production Weekly, seemingly revealing how The Flash might affect the DC Extended Universe.

The synopsis for Ezra Miller’s The Flash explains that while he travels back to save his mother, it means that the Justice League don’t exist when he gets back to the future. So while it doesn’t sound like a direct adaptation of the Flashpoint comics, it’ll be interesting to see what else Andy Muschietti uses from the source material to bring it to life – like the war between Atlantis and Themiscyra for example. It’s still possible that The Flash might be used to explain the new direction that DC and Warner Bros. are heading in with the DCEU. Take a look at the synopsis below.

“The storyline sees Barry Allen/The Flash travel back in time to avert the murder of his mother. However, when he returns to the present, his mother is still alive but the world is a nightmare, the Justice League doesn’t exist, and Barry must do everything he can to set things right… or as close to right as possible.”

Are you excited to see Ezra Miller’s The Flash? What do you want to see from the Flashpoint storyline? Sound off in the comments below!

Full details on The Flash film are being kept under wraps, though Andy Muschietti has confirmed that the Flashpoint storyline will be involved in the Erza Miller film. For those unaware, the Flashpoint storyline in the comics followed The Flash as he navigated an altered DC Universe. Written by Geoff Johns and penciled by Andy Kuber, Flashpoint radically altered the status of the DC Comics universe and led to the launch of the New 52 titles.

Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on Andy Muschietti and Ezra Miller’s The Flash as it develops!

Source: Production Weekly

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