Ever since Zack Snyder announced his Justice League film for 2021, it’s been good news. Now, Flashpoint might potentially add another Zack Snyder Alum. Jeffrey Dean Morgan is in talks to portray Thomas Wayne and would be starring alongside Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher, The Flash & Cyborg. Morgan would also be taking up the mantle of The Batman. It was just earlier this week that news broke Ray Fisher would reprise his role as well.
For those unfamiliar with the story, Flashpoint delves in an elseworld story when Flash travels back in time to prevent his mother’s murder from happening. After Barry alters the timeline, it’s Thomas that survives the gun down in the alley. He then takes up the Batman cape and cowl but has much more brutal ways of getting the job done. Reel Anarchy can confirm Morgan is in talks, but no word on if Lauren Cohan will make her appearance as Martha Wayne, aka Joker. But, that’s another character that was perfectly cast by Zack Snyder for the potential of playing Batman as well.
What do you think? Are you excited about Flashpoint? Let us know in the comments below.
Flashpoint is set to premiere on June 3rd, 2022.
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