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The Flash Cameo You Likely Forgot About In Suicide Squad



Ezra Miller made his debut as Barry Allen in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” where he appeared in Bruce Wayne’s (Ben Affleck) dreams as The Flash. Wayne would later request Allen to join the Justice League in the 2017 film of the same name. Before he was part of DC’s most powerful team, The Flash operated solo, stopping villains throughout the DC universe.

In “Suicide Squad,” Amanda Waller can be seen assembling Task Force X’s various members. While detailing Captain Boomerang’s (Courtney) history with law enforcement in his native Australia and America, we see a flashback of the Aussie criminal robbing a bank. As he’s about to make his way out with the loot, The Flash arrives just in time to put the robber away. Though Miller’s cameo as The Flash is brief, the scene served as the perfect way to reintroduce audiences to the speedster after his cameo in “Batman v Superman.”

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Miller recently returned in a cameo as The Flash for James Gunn’s “Peacemaker” series on HBO Max, which served as a spin-off of “The Suicide Squad,” a reboot/sequel of the original film. After appearing as a supporting character in various DCEU projects, Miller will finally headline a solo Flash film later next year alongside Michael Keaton, who will make a much-anticipated return to his role as Batman.

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