Log in
Friday, 11 August 2017 17:09

How The DCEU Should Handle The Flashpoint Movie

Written by 

The DC slate is absolutely packed to the brim with some awesome films, but few have us more excited than Flashpoint. Essentially Justice League 2, the The Flash's movie will offer fans a glimpse at an alternate reality in which Barry Allen's decision to prevent the murder of his mother completely warps the DC heroes into something dark and terrifying.

There is a lot of potential for great storytelling, but there are still a few key aspects of the Flashpoint lore that need to be respected when the Flashpoint movie hits the big screen.

With that in mind, let's dive into the greater Flashpoint story and figure out exactly how DC should handle this highly anticipated narrative when Flashpoint finally debuts.

Show Why Flash Is A Symbol Of Hope

Although Superman and Wonder Woman (and indeed every member of the Justice League, in their own way) embody hope, Flash is arguably the hero who represents humanity at its best. He is an eternal optimist, a selfless hero and an example of what a seemingly average human can do when greatness and godlike speedster abilities are thrust upon him. Flashpoint is a story that epitomizes that idea, and the film needs to juxtapose Barry's own sense of idealism with the terrible world that he creates when he tries to go back and save his mother from Eobard Thawne.

Read more at HollywoodReporter

User comments

There are no user comments for this listing.


New York


Humidity: 33%

Wind: 18 mph

  • 19 Oct 2017 72°F 52°F
  • 20 Oct 2017 72°F 55°F
Don't Forget To Like BlabberBuzz