The Flash post-credits scene breaks a DC film tradition
Date - 26/08/2023
Written - Narendra Dudhwa
The Flash ushered in a new era for DC movies and TV, which raised huge expectations with the film's post-credits scene.
The Flash's post-credits scene broke a longstanding DC film tradition of not setting up a sequel or introducing any new characters.
Previous DC post-credits scenes have left several story arcs, many of which will likely never be completed in the upcoming DCU revival.
In The Flash's post-credits scene, Barry and Aquaman exit a pub, making a mockery of Barry.
The post-credits scenes of previous DC films usually set up the project of some sort of sequel or new character, but The Flash's post-credits scene breaks tradition.
The Flash's post-credits scene, which mocks Barry and Aquaman, does not project new characters or set up a sequel.
The post-credits scene of The Flash does not introduce the new DC Universe, as it was produced and shot before James Gunn and Peter Safran came to head the new DC Universe.
James Gunn and Peter Safran operated DC Studios as co-chiefs of the new DC Universe, whose core concept had already been completed for The Flash film.
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