A cameo from Ezra Miller, the DC picture version of The Flash, in The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earth’s occasion was a unique last-minute improvement, based on Arrowverse manager Marc Guggenheim. Crisis on Infinite Earths was billed as the largest Though the Arrowverse has witnessed its share of crossovers because of its invention, and it delivered on this promise.
By linking all of The CW’s DC displays, in addition to other DC properties like Titans, Smallville, along with the 1966 Batman collection, Crisis watched the Arrowverse’s multiverse attain its fullest capacity. The crossover had cameos, but its most fascinating one arrived from the fourth episode.
In an astonishing moment, the Arrowverse’s Barry Allen came face-to-face together with all the DCEU’s Barry Allen Because of the Speed Force. The CW’s DC world has never referenced the Warner Bros. movies, but most wanted to find some type of recognition that there was a Flash equally on TV and at the movies. The tv series The Flash premiered in 2014.
Meanwhile, Miller made his DCEU introduction in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, however, he did not get a considerable part until Justice League in 2017. A solo movie with Miller was in the works for quite a very long time and just recently scored a 2022 launch date.
While talking to Variety, Guggenheim shed more light on the way the impressive cameo arrived together. Guggenheim and his staff had already finished production on Crisis if Warner Bros. boss Peter Roth asked and asked if Miller may be showcased from the crossover. Guggenheim clarified: