‘So does this mean Ezra Miller is staying in DC after The Flash?’: James Gunn Teases Flash Sequel Movie after Confirming Director Andy Muschietti is on Retainer

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James Gunn, the director of the upcoming Marvel film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, recently teased the possibility of a sequel to the upcoming DC film The Flash on Twitter. Gunn’s response to a fan’s request on his tweet has caused speculation among fans that a sequel to The Flash is in the works and that Ezra Miller, who plays the titular character, will continue to be a part of the DC universe.

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Ezra Miller’s Future in the DC Universe

The Flash is a superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. The film is directed by Andy Muschietti, known for his work on the IT franchise, and stars Ezra Miller as Barry Allen/The Flash. The film is set to release in 2023 and will follow Barry as he travels through time to prevent the death of his mother and save the future.

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Ezra Miller’s future in the DC universe has been a topic of speculation for some time now. Since the video of them choking a female fan surfaced, a large number of fans have expressed their frustration due to the lack of action against them by DCU.

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With James Gunn’s recent comment on Twitter, it seems that Miller will continue to be a part of the DC universe and may even reprise his role in a potential sequel to The Flash.

James Gunn’s “Okay” Causes Frenzy: Fans Speculate on The Flash Sequel

The conversation started when a fan tweeted at Gunn, expressing their hope that Andy Muschietti, the director of the upcoming DC film The Flash, would continue to be a part of the DC universe. In response, James Gunn simply replied with the word-



— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) February 13, 2023

This short but significant exchange has caused a stir among fans, who are speculating that a sequel to The Flash may be in the works and that Ezra Miller, who plays the titular character in the film, will continue to be a part of the DC universe.

Although the majority of the fandom, since 2020, has been vocal about their demand to fire Ezra Miller from DCU, some fans seem to be impressed by the trailer of The Flash. Some of them have responded to James Gunn’s tweet saying they want Ezra Miller to continue playing Flash.

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Sir, I would like Ezra Miller to continue playing The Flash, and I would want @BillyMagnussen as ReverseFlash in the sequel.

— Robby Dash➡ (@RobertM49657110) February 13, 2023

Plz keep ezra they were amazing in this trailer can't wait to see the rest of the movie

— UnknownGamer37 (@UnknownGamer37) February 13, 2023

Many more fans have also expressed their opinion about the trailer and praised Andy Muschietti for his work

Flash trailer was great! I agree! Andy did a great job! Look forward to seeing how the movie ties into the future you have planned!

— T☣️XIC “Deep Fake” Melonz (@SaggyMelonz) February 13, 2023

However, it is important to note that nothing has been officially confirmed yet and that the future of Miller and the DC universe is still uncertain. Fans will have to wait for an official announcement from DC and Warner Bros. to confirm the future of the character and the franchise.

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Read More: ‘James Gunn getting rid of everybody except Ezra Miller’: Fans Are Not Happy the Way DCU CEO Humiliated Henry Cavill, Dwayne Johnson But Kept Ezra Miller Despite Horrible Controversies

James Gunn’s recent comment on Twitter has caused speculation among fans about the future of Ezra Miller in the DC universe. With the upcoming release of The Flash in 2023, fans are eager to see Miller’s portrayal of the character and to see where the story will lead.

While nothing has been officially confirmed, Gunn’s comment has given fans hope that Miller will continue to be a part of the DC universe and that a sequel to The Flash may be in the works. Regardless, fans will have to wait for an official announcement from DC and Warner Bros. to confirm the future of the character and the franchise.

The Flash is releasing on 16 June 2023.

Source: Twitter

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