‘The Flash’ Movie Will Indeed Adapt Flashpoint

img 9548

Today, director Andy Muschietti spoke with The Hashtag Show about his upcoming take on The Flash. Muschietti is one of many directors who have boarded the Flash project with star Ezra Miller. With the film being in and out of development hell with various scripts submitted to WB; no one really knew what this recent take would be based on.

However, now director Muschietti has confirmed that his Flash movie will indeed adapt Flashpoint. But it will be a “different version of Flashpoint than you’re expecting.” In the original comic Barry Allen goes back in time to save his mother from Reverse-Flash. However, in doing so he alters the DC Universe forever. Bruce Wayne is murdered with Thomas Wayne becoming Batman. Atlantis and Themyscira go to war. And Superman is abducted as a child by the US government.


Warner Brothers could be using this as a way to soft reboot the DC Cinematic Universe. After they failed to create a shared universe during the Snyder days. Even possibly introducing Robert Pattinson’s version of Batman into the fold. But that is pure fan speculation at this point.

The Flash is expected to begin filming sometime in 2021 and hit theaters July 1st, 2022

READ ALSO:  María Gabriela De Faría Joins 'Superman: Legacy' as The Engineer

| Editor-in-Chief of Knight Edge Media | Film & TV Reporter | Social Media Manager |

Caleb began his film and television news reporting career during high school in 2008 by creating Superhero Movie News and part-time writing on ComicBookMovie.com. Eventually, he started Omega Underground with Christopher Marc in 2015. Breaking some major news stories throughout the industry and gaining recognition as a respectable film reporter on social media. Caleb eventually sold Omega Underground and all its assets to Geeks World Wide, LLC in 2018 and became a staff writer for them for about a year. Finally, Caleb left GWW to begin Knight Edge Media from scratch in November 2019 while finishing his Bachelor’s degree. Knight Edge Media has become a premier website destination for nerdy film and television casting, trailers, reviews, and production updates from the project’s announcement to its final worldwide release. Knight Edge Media has also been known for breaking several exclusive news stories throughout the website’s history.

Throughout his film reporting career, Caleb Williams has been given full press credentials for many nerdy movie and TV conventions, including San Diego Comic-Con, Las Vegas CinemaCon, and Phoenix Fan Fusion. He also has early press access to many upcoming streaming projects for review on Knight Edge Media.

Related posts