The Flash To Have Major Role in Batman V. Superman

Just when you thought you couldn’t get any more spoilers and reveals from Batman V. Superman, here comes more of the daily updates from this film. A movie that is set to be released in 2 weeks, is still finding opportunities to reveal as much of the plot as it possibly can.

[su_quote cite=”Entertainment Weekly” url=”″]The film is laced with dream sequences for both Batman and Superman that hint at dangers to come – including the possible appearance of DC’s galactic ultra-villain Darkseid. The Flash (played by Miller) appears in one such nightmare of Bruce Wayne’s, delivering a cryptic message to the Dark Knight.

Fans will have to debate whether it was really a dream, or maybe the kinetic hero breaking through time-space to deliver a warning. Synder calls this “a giant Easter egg” that he hopes will spawn plenty of online theories. “We had such a straightforward narrative, on one hand, I wanted this other layer of the movie to be complicated and bizarre,” he says.[/su_quote]

You want to know the last thing I want to see in a Batman v. Superman showdown that I’ve waited my entire life for? Dream sequence after dream sequence after dream sequence. You know want I want even less than that? Having to determine the importance of each dream sequence. Can’t wait.

Regardless, the Justice League all together on the big screen is going to make me so fucking hard so they can do as many dream sequences as they want, I’m still probably going to see this movie like 9 times in the opening weekend. Just take all of my money now.


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