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Crisis on Infinite Earths in DCU’s “Avengers”!

The end of 2022 will be a landmark year for the DC Universe. Because Warner Bros. The future of the DCU has been entrusted to the new CEO of DC Studios, James Gunn and Peter Safran. It was even more lively when Henry Cavill’s Superman finally reappeared in the Black Adam movie.

Did you know that before all this happened, DC had big plans to make a movie version of “Avengers” that would repeat the story from Crisis On Infinite Earths?

The Trouble With Infinity Earths itself is the most historic event in DC Comics that was published in the 80s. Where the heroes of the multiverse unite against the king and attack the cosmic supervillain Anti-Monitor who wants to wipe out the entire DC Universe. .

As a multiverse story, there are actually many heroes that meet and gather in its variant. For example, the main world of Superman and Superman of Earth-2, etc.

The Hollywood Reporter talks about the ambitious plans of former DC film director Walter Hamada. In their report, they say that the latest news about Henry Cavill’s Superman cameo in The Flash, which was released recently, is actually about Hamada’s plans leading up to Crisis On Infinite Earths.

Because as we know, The Flash shows various timelines with heroes from other “Earths”. To illustrate the example of Baals and Michael Keiel the way this movie is.

Hollywood reports say Hamada isn’t planning now because WB thinks Dwaye Johnson is Joyne Johnson Johnson. Where it requires carrying Blacksma Superman on Adam’s black cloud, as is the case now.

It was reported that he had left past DC movies at Safran and renewed DC movies at DC Studios. If the Crisis on Infinite Earths movie comes out, we could see more DC heroes in movies, like the Avengers movie, which is Marvel’s biggest crossover movie yet.

Now Gunn and Safran are still keeping their big plans for the future of the DCU a secret. Let’s hope one of his plans leads to another epic episode like Crisis On Infinity Earths.***

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