For anybody who’s ever questioned what number of spoiler warnings can be applicable for an article discussing particular particulars from the newest highly-anticipated superhero film, this could hopefully put that query to relaxation for good. For these considerably much less about classes in film spoiler etiquette, properly, here is an absolute doozy of a reveal for you.
“The Flash” has made no secret about together with sure appearances and supporting roles for main figures in DC historical past. That contains Michael Keaton reprising his function as Batman/Bruce Wayne from the Tim Burton films, Michael Shannon making his shocking return because the Kryptonian General Zod/Doomsday after getting killed off (twice!) in Zack Snyder’s “Man of Steel” and “Batman v Superman,” and Ben Affleck making his closing look as Batman/Bruce Wayne. But as a lot because the multiverse and time-travel shenanigans on this “Flashpoint” adaptation make it straightforward to anticipate all types of different surprises, no person might’ve anticipated what director Andy Muschietti simply revealed earlier at present.
Brace yourselves, people. In an interview shared by Variety, Muschietti let the cat out of the bag about one heck of a DC cameo straight out of superhero trivia lore. As it seems, none aside from Nicolas Cage himself was introduced again in “The Flash” to placed on the cape as Superman after initially being forged within the function in Tim Burton’s finally unmade “Superman Lives” movie again within the Nineteen Nineties. Here’s what Muschietti needed to say concerning the “Pinch me” second of working with Cage as a model of Superman:
“Nic was absolutely wonderful. Although the role was a cameo, he dove into it … I dreamt all my life to work with him. I hope I can work with him again soon.”