Ezra Miller’s Flash Arrives in Crisis on Infinite Earths, Connecting DCEU to the Arrowverse
CW's Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover wrapped up a five-part epic last night, but not before having delivered another major universe – an overwhelming cameo. Ezra Miller, who plays The Flash in the DCEU, appeared in the fourth part of the crossover event and crossed paths with the character version of Grant Gustin, who plays the role in The CW & # 39; s The flash . This basically makes the DCEU part of the largest multiverse of the Arrowverse, binding them firmly for the first time.
In the episode, Barry Allen disappeared. At some point during his travels, he hears a disembodied voice that sounds awfully familiar. Then the two different Barrys meet face to face and the exchange is rather pleasant. They complement each other and realize that they have the same name, which makes Ezra Miller The Flash discover for the first time that the multiverse is something before let it go. Here is the synopsis of the episode
"Stuck in the vanishing point, the Paragonons are looking for a way to escape. The futility of the situation is aggravated by The Flash (guest star Grant Gustin) disappears, but hope appears in the form of Oliver (Stephen Amell), who reveals that he has become something else. time, the original stories for The Monitor (guest star LaMonica Garrett) and Anti- A monitor is revealed. "
It is, to say the least, a big deal. Even though characters from films like Justice League and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice do not exist daily in the Arrowverse, they do. larger multiverse. It is something of a gift for DC fans because it means that everything matters. The fact that Ezra Miller plays Flash in the movies doesn't take anything away from Grant Gustin, who has been playing the role for years on the small screen.
Crisis on Infinite Earths was full of cameos and surprises. Brandon Routh posed as Superman for the first time since Superman Returns characters from other DC shows appeared everywhere and even Robert Wuhl appeared under the name of Alexander Knox in Tim Burton's Batman Batman . But this one, in particular, seemed huge. Grant Gustin went to Instagram to share a picture of the two actors in backstage costume with the following caption.
"What About It? Ezra is One of a Kind. So We Are Delighted That We Have was able to get there and keep it secret until today. Thanks to DC Comics. "
Truly, it is impressive that a cameo this great has been kept secret until the revelation. As for when we will see each respective Barry Barry again? The Flash has just been renewed for season 7 on The CW, so Grant Gustin will be back for more speedster action. Ezra Miller, for his part, will star in the long gestational film, The Flash directed by Andy Muschietti, which should be released in theaters on July 1, 2022. Watch the clip of the ; episode for yourself, as well as Grant Gustin's Instagram photo.