The latest updates and spoilers for "Flashpoint" reveal that the film's production will depend on the success of the live-action "Justice League" movie at the box office. Warner Bros. Pictures looks to improve the momentum of the DC Extended Universe films after the success of "Wonder Woman," and with "Justice League" premiering next month, the studio hopes that it will be a smash hit by the end of the year.

"The Walking Dead" star Jeffrey Dean Morgan dodges several fan questions regarding his possible role as the Thomas Wayne's Batman in "The Flash" live-action movie.

'Justice League's' success

Barry Allen will make his big screen debut in "Justice League" as he joins Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Cyborg to fight Steppenwolf and the forces of Apokolips from invading earth.

The events of the movie will lead to the next phase of DCEU movies such as "Aquaman," "The Batman, " "Man of Steel 2", "Green Lantern Corps.," "Flashpoint," and more.

Variety reporter Justin Kroll told Meet the Movie Press that Warner Bros. will begin the production of "The Flash" solo film depending on how well "Justice League" performs at the box office. Kroll claimed that he has been tracking directors for "Flashpoint" and other DC films, but he heard that the studio has halted the search.

The "Justice League" has already garnered positive reviews from comic book fans and moviegoers after they attended the film's secret test screenings. Ezar Miller's portrayal of Barry Allen is one of the reasons the movie became a success, and audiences will see how good he really is when it premieres on Nov.

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'Flashpoint' Batman teased?

Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been avoiding fans questions about his role as Thomas Wayne's version of Batman in the "Flashpoint" movie. Warner Bros. has been keeping on eye on him for a possible role in the movie since he played Bruce Wayne's father in "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice."

The "TWD" actor also dodge the same question when he was asked by Jimmy Kimmel during his guest appearance on his talk show. Kimmel pointed out that the last time Morgan was a guest on his show is when he discusses a set photo of him in "Batman V Superman's" production, confirming his role as Thomas.

Morgan admitted that he does not know what the studio's plans for "Flashpoint," but he did not explicitly deny his involvement in the project.

In the "Flashpoint" arc, Thomas Wayne became the Dark Knight after his son, Bruce, died on Crime Alley. He devoted his life to stop the criminal element in Gotham City, often using lethal force to fight criminals and supervillains. The comic book arc also featured a war between Wonder Woman's Amazons and Aquaman's Atlanteans.