New info regarding The Flash confirmed the film will return to Man of Steel’s time period within the DCU.After years of waiting, Ezra Miller’s DC solo story is finally looming on the horizon Yu-Gi-Oh! Yuki Judai 3D T-shirt Hoodie Much has been made about The Flash’s Multiversal ties with the DCU, honoring not just the current on-screen DC canon, but the long history the franchise has had in movie theaters dating back to movies like 1989’s Batman and 1978’s Superman. Audiences have seen these touchstones take shape in the brief snippets and trailers shown from the film so far. And while it was known that the likes of Micheal Keaton’s Batman would be popping up in the super-powered epic, recent revelations hinted at the film going back to where the Zack Snyder-led DC Universe all started.
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The official plot description for DC Studios’ The Flash revealed that the film will largely take place in 2013, during an alternate version of the events of Man of Steel Yu-Gi-Oh! Yuki Judai 3D T-shirt Hoodie The description (as reported by ToyArk) noted that the upcoming blockbuster will see “Barry Allen [arrive] in an alternate 2013” as seen in Zack Snyder’s DCEU debut. It is from here that Ezra Miller’s Scarlet Speedster seeks out “his friend and mentor Bruce Wayne;” however, realizes that “the Multiverse is different on all fronts” with this world’s Bruce being “long-retired from service:””When Barry Allen arrives in an alternate 2013, he urgently seeks out the expertise of his friend and mentor Bruce Wayne – but the one he finds in the Multiverse is different on all fronts: older, long-retired from service as Gotham City’s protector and somehow even more hardened than the billionaire superhero Barry has grown to know. With a global threat on the horizon, Bruce Wayne must decide whether he can become Batman once more.”During the recently release Super Bowl trailer for The Flash, the first hints of this jump back in time were sprinkled. During the teaser, Keaton’s Bruce directly referenced Barry Allen “go[ing] into the past:”