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DC Considers Their TV Shows And Movies Part Of The Multiverse

DC’s Greg Berlanti has announced, DC now considers the crossover of Ezra Miller’s Flash with the Flash CW show as “the beginning of a whole new generation” for crossovers between its movies and TV shows. They also now considers all of its filmed properties to be part of a multiverse.

During DC Fandome’s, DC film executive Walter Hamada added, “Moving forward, there’s more opportunities for us to do things like this.”

For example The Justice League characters in the Snyder Cut can have their adventures, while those same characters can exist in other TV shows and movies without having to worry about continuity.

Hamada went on to explain Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker and Matt Reeves’ The Batman are part of the DC multiverse – even if those versions of the characters will never necessarily cross over with other properties.

When asked if the multiverse was gone after the events of the CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths specials, Berlanti revealed, “It’s not gone.”

“That was to help us,” he continued, “sort of like the original reason for Crisis [in the comics]… for the purpose of The CW those worlds are now one, but off-network is like being off-planet in a different part of the multiverse, it’s still alive and well.”

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