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The villain in The Flash wants to murder Ben Affleck’s Batman.
If the following information is accurate, it is a major spoiler.
An insider revealed that the Flash’s main foe is none other than the Flash himself.
However, it’s not the Flash from the future as I broke on my Geek Streets YouTube show with Syl Abdul a few days ago; rather, it’s the Flash from Michael Keaton’s Batman universe.
The source added that the plot is a tweak on Flashpoint.
Geoff Johns wrote the 2011 comic book.
In The Flash film, Allen from Keaton’s world became evil; his mission is to kill each Flash from the multiverse.
His ultimate goal is to eradicate all superheroes in the multiverse, including every version of Batman.
In a previous report, I leaked that Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight would perish in The Flash.
Now I know his killer is the homicidal Allen.
Or should I say “was”? I was told months ago that Ben Affleck does live now.
There are elements borrowed from Greg Berlanti’s CW Flash series.
I want to clarify that I don’t other insiders confirming this; on the other hand, nobody has told me it was incorrect.
The responses have either been complete ignorance or a refusal to comment.
Furthermore, script and director changes throughout The Flash‘s development casts doubt on what remained in the final screenplay.
The Flash’s Villain Tries To Kill Ben Affleck’s Batman
This sounds dark and twisty, quite unlike the comics-oriented movie work of screenwriter Christina Hodson: Bumblebee and Birds of Prey.
She did write the thrillers Shut-In and Unforgettable, though. (Ouch: Reviews were scathing for both.)
At this point, since there’s so little information on The Flash besides leaked production images, we can only make assumptions on certain aspects.
The Flash was supposed to have a Back to the Future vibe and perhaps it still does.
A murderous Flash on the Keaton Earth (Earth-89 or is that now different?) doesn’t sound like a barrel of laughs.
DC Films has kept The Flash‘s bad guy under lock and key; this is perhaps why.
I was unable to confirm if this was an earlier version of the script; moreover, does Ezra Miller play both Flashes?
The more you know, the less you actually do.