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Ezra Miller debunked the rumor that The Flash movie erases the Snyderverse.
On January 1, YouTuber Grace Randolph claimed that The Flash deletes the Snyderverse from canon.
If that sounds familiar, it’s because I scooped it on March 26, 2021.
At the time, that was the plan.
Furthermore, Ben Affleck’s Batman was supposed to perish.
Others recycled both leaks recently.
Neither of them are new.
However, what many scoffed at then are taken seriously now from other sources.
Certainly, the timing is suspect.
Much of this follows Affleck’s revelation about leaving IP films behind.
Ezra Miller Debunks Rumors Of The Flash Erasing The Snyderverse
In addition, Warner Bros. officially cast Michael Keaton in Batgirl.
Nevertheless, keep in mind Keaton is also old news.
Still, add both together, and the sum is the Molotov cocktail of speculation.
Filmmakers changed The Flash script later.
I then reported Affleck wouldn’t be killed off.
Thus, the Snyderverse was safe.
Some folks didn’t get the memo.
Either that, or they want to pursue this false narrative.
Flash star Ezra Miller seemingly tossed these The Flash rumors in the garbage.
Ezra Miller Debunks The Flash Rumors Erasing The Snyderverse
They asked him:
Fans are going crazy thinking the movie is erasing Zack’s movies. They don’t see the potential this movie will bring.
Ezra Miller actually responded.
No power or force in any known megaverse would or could ever erase Zack Snyder’s mighty wrkz. 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 if you try to think of a group of things you always forget one of them.
Granted, some did question if this was Ezra Miller’s real account.
Well, it has a blue check on it. In other words, it’s verified by Instagram.
Until this, detractors had a field day dancing on the Snyderverse grave.
They’ll need to cancel the funeral.
Snyder was teasing his DCEU return on social media last week.
In fact, he began on Thanksgiving.
With the Discovery-Warner merger coming this year, the Snyderverse’s future is brighter than ever.