No, The Flash Doesn’t Really Reset the DC Universe

The Flash has faced scrutiny for over a year due to a variety of legal incidents involving star Ezra Miller. The actor was arrested twice in Hawaii on harassment and assault charges, pled guilty to trespassing after being charged with burglary, and has been accused of grooming a minor, among other incidents. The minor in question, now an adult, disputes the grooming allegation. In August 2022, Miller announced they were seeking treatment for “complex mental health issues.” Later, in January, The Flash studio Warner Bros. announced that they were standing behind the actor. You can read more about the issues surrounding Miller here.

DC’s attempt to copy Marvel’s box office domination with a shared universe of its own has been off the rails for much longer than it was on them–if indeed it ever truly was on them–and The Flash has long been speculated as a way to soft-reboot the overall franchise using time travel. And even after seeing the movie you might be tempted to think that’s what happened here.

But you’d be incorrect. Probably.

Warning: This article contains all the biggest spoilers from The Flash.

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