Concepts of Multiverse and Parallel Universe
The DC Universe is also going to experiment with the concepts of multiverse and parallel universe, after its rival MCU, through its upcoming movie The Flash.
In the teaser for The Flash, released by Warner Bros. during the Super Bowl on Monday, Ezra Miller’s Flash breaks the DC multiverse when he time travels to the past to save his family and encounters both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton’s Batman.
General Zod and Superman’s cousin
The nearly three-minute-long teaser appears to be the first DC movie to truly explore the idea of the multiverse. It also teases the Kryptonian nemesis General Zod and Superman’s cousin Supergirl (played by Sasha Calle).
Affleck and Keaton, two Batman, and Supergirl join Miller’s Barry Allen and himself on their quest to defend the world against Michael Shannon’s evil General Zod, who was initially glimpsed in the 2013 Superman movie Man of Steel.
Effects of Changing Reality
Barry must now deal with the effects of changing reality after going back in time against Batman’s wishes to change an instance from his history.
As he defends the world from criminals from many realities, Barry is assisted by a group of superheroes throughout the multiverse.
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Batman v Superman
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice from 2016 included Miller’s debut cameo as the Flash.
Worlds clash in The Flash when Barry uses his talents to go back in time and alter the course of the past, according to the official synopsis.
Barry Gets Stuck
The summary states that Barry gets stuck in a reality where General Zod has resurfaced and is threatening annihilation and there are no superheroes to turn to after his attempt to save his family accidentally changes the future.
The movie is anticipated to have a significant impact on how the DC Universe develops under the direction of James Gunn and Peter Safran. On June 16, The Flash will be released in theaters.
Supernatural Horror Picture
The Flash is directed by Andy Muschietti, who is best known for helming the 2017 supernatural horror picture It.
Christina Hodson wrote the script. Barbara Muschietti and Michael Disco are the film’s producers.
Along with Maribel Verd, it also stars Kiersey Clemons, Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Antje Traue, and Maribel Verdú.
Marvel Cinematic Universe
MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) is the biggest rival of DC Universe which has already used the concepts of multiverse and parallel universe in several of its movies. Let’s see how the audience will react to DC’s upcoming film The Flash.