DC FanDome has been serving all the excitement – from our first full look at Cheetah in Wonder Woman 1984
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– and we’re just getting started. Some of DC’s biggest makers have given us a taste of how the studio will leverage the multiverse going forward.DC Films President Walter Hamada reflected on the Grant Gustin / Ezra Miller moment in the final season of The Flash and how it set the stage for the future of the DCEU: “I knew how meaningful that would be for fans because Flash created the multiverse. (In issue 123 of Flash Comics: A Flash of Two Worlds.)
“It’s become the situation where the fans just want to see the characters, you can have The Flash on TV and in the movies… and, in the future, there are more opportunities to do that and use it. media in a way that we haven’t used. before “For our heroes on the big screen in Justice League and beyond, that could mean nothing is on the table. “What the multiverse means is that we can tell these great stories where we can tell them. different
stories. There’s a land where Gal and Ezra… and another where we can have Second Year Batman… and then there’s Joker, which isn’t part of any continuity.
Hamada continued, “Matt Reeves can keep building his Gotham [in The Batman]. These are things we can do because we don’t have to worry about what impact it would have on Aquaman 2 or The Flash, because it’s all just part of the multiverse.
“Our goal is to tell great stories. If it worked like an Elseworld, we would. It’s when the right filmmaker and the right story come together. ”
In other words: Zack Snyder’s Joker, The Batman, Justice League and Justice League can all exist separately but together, thanks to the multiverse! Don’t expect to see Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker facing Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne anytime soon. For a preview of what’s still to come, check out the DC FanDome schedule.