This cameo has been so surprising because it had not leaked anywhere, but it makes one thing clear: Ezra Miller is still very willing to continue playing The Flash, even though her solo film is having such a rugged production.
The fourth instalment of the Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover series, which airs in the United States on The CW network, found Ezra Miller, who plays Barry Allen - aka The Flash - in the DC movies, meeting Grant Gustin's Barry Allen, erm, aka The Flash in the TV Arrowverse. EPISODE PENNED BY MARV WOLFMAN & MARC GUGGENHEIM - Stuck in the Vanishing Point, the Paragons search for a way to escape. However, hope appears in the form of Oliver (Stephen Amell), who reveals that he has become something else.
This is, to say the very least of it, a big deal. This is something of a gift for DC fans, as it means everything counts.
So it was only fitting for two Flashes to get to meet for the first time in this TV adaptation of Crisis - and it was also just nice to see Ezra Miller as the Flash again.
Crisis on Infinite Earths is over, and there are two episodes of Arrow season 8 left. In addition, the "Arrowverso" has always seemed to take place in a universe different from that of DC movies ...
Halfway by the Arrow portion of the double-episode finale, Ezra Miller's big-screen The Flash/Barry Allen appeared in a scene reverse Grant Gustin's The Flash/Barry Allen. Ezra is one of a kind. "There were a lot of people at Warner Bros. who collaborated to make this Multiverse scene happen", he said. "Thank you to DC Comics". I'm sure there was a thought of announcing it beforehand, but I'm so glad it was kept as a secret. As for when we'll see each respective Barry Allen again? The Flash was just renewed for season 7 on The CW, so Grant Gustin will be back for plenty more speedster action.
Gustin's The Flash returns February 4 with new episodes, while Miller's The Flash movie is set for release July 1, 2022.