Ezra Miller declares The Flash will not erase The SnyderVerse

With Warner Bros essentially cancelling the future of Zack Snyder's DC universe, fans have been constantly worried about the state of the DCEU. In recent weeks, reports stated the upcoming Ezra Miller movie, The Flash, would ease the established SnyderVerse in favour of a new one.

There have been multiple pieces of evidence to suggest that the SnyderVerse was over. For example, The Flash will replace Ben Affleck's Batman with Michael Keaton, who's expected to star in multiple movies. Additionally, the DCEU is abandoning the established Batman and Superman in favour of new movies.

Ezra Miller speaks out on The SnyderVerse

Amongst the rumours, The Flash lead Ezra Miller decried that the upcoming movie will not erase any of the SnyderVerse. Much like Spider-Man: No Way Home, the new movie will be exploring the Multiverse, returning to old versions of classic characters.

However, much like No Way Home, Miller is confident that the movie will still push the existing DCEU further. While WB is keen to leave Snyder’s future movie plans behind, they won't be erasing past events.

When asked on Instagram, Miller responded:

"No power or force in any known megaverse would or could ever erase Zack Snyder's mighty wrkz. [Sic] 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."

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Don't anger the Snyder fans

Of course, this could all be a way of making sure that fans of the SnyderVerse don't boycott the upcoming Flash movie. After the release of Joss Whedon’s awful version of Justice League, SnyderVerse fans turned into an army.

Of course, this resulted in thy release of The Snyder Cut, a much better version of the movie. However, the release of that movie has sparked a fanbase intent of bringing back the SnyderVerse. With that in mind, nobody working on The Flash would want to spark the fervour of the fanbase.

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