The Flash, the next DC Studios film, will no longer feature appearances from Gal Gadot‘s Wonder Woman and Henry Cavill‘s Superman.
The appearances were removed from the Ezra Miller-starring superhero picture a little over six months before its scheduled release date, despite the fact that they had already been shot. The previous DC Extended Universe will soon come to an end in order to make room for the new DC Universe that DC Studios Co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran are developing.
Following discussions with Gunn concerning the future of DC’s cinematic adaptations, Cavill declared recently that he will no longer portray Superman in upcoming movies. This announcement is a strong indication that DC Studios is dedicated to a significant revamp.
The DC Extended Universe, which began with 2013’s Man of Steel, appears to be drawing to an end with Jason Momoa likely leaving Aquaman behind to play Lobo and Patty Jenkins’ version and Wonder Woman 3 no longer moving ahead.