Earlier this week, we showed you the image of actor Wayne T. Carr as John Stewart visiting Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) to warn him about Darkseid’s invasion as well as Carr’s call for Justice League sequels.
We also shared recently the position of YouTuber Warstu that the Snyderverse is slowly coming back, which is a train he’s been on for a while.
He doesn’t think it will happen all at once but he views Carr’s tweet as a good sign everything is starting to fall into place as he explains in one of his newest videos.
Warstu believes the full scene with Carr and Affleck will be released soon as the image of Carr by itself “affirms” moves are being made behind the scenes to make Justice League 2 and 3 – even if it has to be done back to back.
The Flash could be the biggest stumbling block but the film was delayed, yet again, to finish visual effects work and perform some rumored reshoots. Thus, Warstu thinks WarnerMedia’s new regime is preemptively getting around Andy Muschietti and the studio rebooting the DCEU.
From what he hears, the alleged reshoots are going to rewrite half the movie and spare Batfleck from making the sacrifice to save the Multiverse at the cost of his life. Instead, he will end up in the Knightmare future to set up JL 2.
Warner then will take advantage of Affleck while they have him available and make the JL sequels simultaneously. However, in a caveat, they’ll (again, allegedly) change their symbiotic stories slightly from what Zack Snyder storyboarded and hitherto edified everywhere he went these last few years.
Mainly, Warner will do this because they supposedly are averse to making a trilogy where everyone already knows what happens from beginning to end.
Warner Chairman Toby Emmerich and Jason Kilar might get in the way but Warstu already pointed out their contracts are coming up and, as they each have one foot out the door, won’t have any tenable power to provide a say in the matter.
Discovery CEO David Zaslav is taking power very soon, his board is already appointed, and he has big plans for DC and Warner Bros. that won’t be stopped.
That’s assuming, of course, he is listening to the Restore The Snyderverse movement. Do you think he is? If so, can you see Warstu’s hypothetical scenario taking shape soon? Tell us where you stand down below.