Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot’s cameos in The Flash have been cut by DC’s new management


Although it has been made official that Henry Cavill will no longer return as Superman in the DC of the future under the orders of James Gunn and Peter Safran, now it has been known that Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman cameos have been cut from The Flash to give way to the new direction of the studio.

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, these moves indicate that Gunn and Safran are not just going to play with the pieces that are already in play in the DCEU, but rather they are going to take a big turn as they steer this massive ship into uncharted waters.

The times they are a-changin'.

This change It has already been present in existing projects such as The Flash thanks to Cavill’s departure and the decision not to move forward with Patty Jenkins’ most recent vision of Wonder Woman 3.

The end of Cavill’s time as Superman was the clearest indication yet that Gunn and Safran are mounting a substantial overhaul of DC, a reboot that will cut significantly, if not most, ties to the previous regimes that ran the movies. from DC to Warner Bros,” writes THR. “Cavill also shot a cameo in The Flash, one of four DC movies due out in 2023, but sources say that cameo, along with Gal Gadot’s as Wonder Woman, has been cut as the studio decided not to. moving forward with director Patty Jenkins’ cut of Wonder Woman 3.”

Although Cavill made a cameo appearance in Black Adam and announced he would be donning the iconic cape again, sources say he “didn’t have a final deal to return as Superman, just a verbal agreement that the studio would develop future projects.”

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Nevertheless, Cavill’s time in the DC universe might not be over foreveras Gunn and Safran met with the actor and discussed a possible new role “down the road.”

As for Superman, the hero remains a priority for Gunn and Safran, but this remake will focus on his younger days as a reporter. Gunn will write the script, but he won’t be sitting in the director’s chair.

If you want to know more, check out the news that The Flash’s release date has been moved up and that Henry Cavill is already set to star in and executive produce Amazon Studios’ adaptation of Warhammer 40,000.