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“Flash,” the highly anticipated movie featuring the iconic DC Comics superhero, brings back beloved actors who have portrayed significant characters in the DC universe.
Moreover, “The Flash” captivates audiences with a post-credits scene that leaves many questions unanswered, as it showcases an unexpected encounter between two friends. Here, we provide all the details about this scene and its significance in the DC movie world.
Exploring the Post-Credits Scene of “The Flash”
In this scene, Barry Allen, also known as the Flash, meets Arthur Curry, popularly known as Aquaman, in a bar. Curry appears to be intoxicated and disoriented, while Flash enlightens him about the existence of multiple Batmans and his encounters with them during his time travels.
Both establishment and Arthur, visibly inebriated, fail to comprehend the situation, and Arthur eventually falls into a puddle. Before his fall, he hands over a ring, an Atlantean treasure, to Barry and instructs him to buy more drinks, despite being unable to stand up despite Allen’s attempts to convince him of his drunken state.
The Significance of the Post-Credits Scene
This scene raises intriguing questions, particularly regarding Aquaman’s role. While Barry shares his time-travel experiences and the existence of other Batmans, Arthur remains unchanged. This suggests that he will continue to be a part of the Justice League, unlike other actors whose involvement remains uncertain.
It is worth noting that “Aquaman 2” is set to release in December 2023, confirming his ongoing presence in this universe. However, the future always holds surprises.
“The Flash” premiered in Peruvian theaters on June 15, 2023, a day ahead of its release in the United States and other countries.
Runtime of “The Flash”
The highly anticipated film, starring Ezra Miller and filled with surprises for DC Comics fans, has a runtime of 2 hours and 35 minutes.
Cast of the New DC Movie
- Ezra Miller as Barry Allen / The Flash
- Ron Livingston as Henry Allen
- Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne / Batman
- Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne / Batman from an alternate universe
- Kiersey Clemons as Iris West
- Michael Shannon as General Zod
- Antje Traue as General Zod’s Deputy Commander
- Sasha Calle as Supergirl
- Maribel Verdú as Nora Allen
Don’t miss the thrilling adventure of “The Flash” in theaters and immerse yourself in the world of DC superheroes.