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Why has Warner Bros. enlisted felon Ezra Miller for ‘The Flash’?

Is The Flash racing towards glory or a brick wall? Warner Bros. flashes a ray of lightning with its latest superhero flick, The Flash, which zoomed into theaters on June 16th. You might think it’s just another race down the superhero avenue, but there’s a twist – and not just in the timeline.

Let’s dive into the details and get the facts behind the flash.

Play safe

Surprise, surprise! The Flash isn’t trying to rewrite the superhero playbook. Featuring Ezra Miller, the notorious headline grabber, this flick follows a tried-and-true formula. The brawls? Check. The rapid-fire wit of Miller? Yep. A sprinkle of time-traveling shenanigans with a side of the multiverse? Absolutely! It’s all there and kind of gives off those Marvel multiverse vibes.

But hold on. The Flash seems more like a sprint to the finish line than a marathon. You’ll find yourself yearning for a daring leap into the infinite potentials that the multiverse promises, but it keeps things reined in. A sequel bait? Maybe, but it feels like they left too much gold unmined.

Barry’s backstory

Just like its fellow cape-wearing, universe-saving kin, The Flash dives into the sea of alternate realities. Barry Allen (Ezra Miller), our beloved Flash, has an origin story as gripping as any. Nora, his mother, is murdered, and his dad is wrongfully imprisoned. Barry knows the truth and gets struck by lightning (literally) that changes his life.

Barry becomes The Flash, and with speed that makes light seem like a snail, he could do anything. He could break his innocent dad out of prison or take a lunch break in Europe! Instead, Barry decides to tinker with time itself. Imagine your past, present, and future – endless possibilities. But as Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne points out, small tweaks in time could ripple through the fabric of the multiverse. It’s complicated!

Barry’s choice

 Bat-Keaton returns! Michael Keaton dons the cape as an older Bruce Wayne, and, let me tell you, it’s a treat for the senses. That voice, that wink, that sly smirk – it’s pure nostalgia for the millennials! It’s like a warm, fuzzy throwback to our childhood days.

But with great power comes… well, you know. Barry’s temporal tinkering has consequences. Wonder Woman? Gone. Superman? Nowhere in sight. But that’s not all – General Zod, the infamous villain, now threatens this Earth.

Our very own Flash has to make a choice. With a timeline he’s messed up, he needs more than super speed. He needs guts and the willingness to make sacrifices.

Miller’s maze 

Let’s not forget, The Flash is Ezra Miller’s baby. His performance is fun, but Hollywood is bursting at the seams with talented young actors who don’t come with an assortment of controversies. Warner Bros. is rolling the dice with Miller and counting on the film’s success.

Peter Safran and director James Gunn are helming the new line of DC superhero movies, and they seem to be backing Miller, given his commitment to recovery. But what’s at the heart of this? A shiny pile of dollars.

So, The Flash is entertaining, but is it revolutionary? Nah. Is Miller’s performance an unforgettable tour de force? Hardly. What happens next? That’s what everyone’s eyes are on.

Will The Flash’s box-office thunder decide Ezra Miller’s fate and set the stage for Warner Bros.? Time will tell. This might just be the real story behind the capes and cowls.


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