The latest updates and spoilers for the "Flashpoint" live-action movie reveal that the plot will have big changes in the Dc Extended Universe. "Justice League" movie cast member Ezra Miller told Entertainment Weekly that Barry Allen's actions in his solo movie will have huge consequences and the changes will affect his relationship with other DC characters.

DC film chairman Geoff Johns teased comic book fans that Flashpoint Batman will play a huge role in "The Flash" movie storyline.

DCEU soft reboot

According to Ezra Miller, the "Flashpoint" movie will likely follow the events of the 2011 comic book storyline and Barry's actions in the movie will "reboot" the whole DCEU.

"What fans understand when they hear Flashpoint would be almost like hearing a word like 'Crisis,'" Miller said. "We start to understand that our precious DC universe will inevitably be torn asunder to an endless, headache-inducing fabric of multiversity."

The "Flashpoint" storyline will center around Barry Allen waking up in an alternate present timeline after he ran-off to the past and saved his mother, Nora, from being murdered. His actions not only changed his life, but some of the lives of his friends such as Batman, Cyborg, Wonder Woman,and Aquaman. The event also gave birth to the New 52 Era, wherein DC published rebooted issues of their best-sellingsuperhero titles and gave them new origin stories.

"The Flash" TV series adopted the "Flashpoint" story in season 3, but with slight changes.

Warner Bros. Pictures will likely do the same thing in the DCEU movie.

Variety reporter Justin Kroll told Meet the Movie Press that movie's production will start deending on the "Justice League's" performance at the box office.

Thomas Wayne's role

Geoff Johns told Entertainment Weekly in a seperate interview that Batman will play a cruscial role in the events of the "Flashpoint" movie. In the comic book storyline, this version of the Dark Knight is Doctor Thomas Wayne, who witnessed the death of his son, Bruce, in Crime Alley. His methods for crime fighting are more brutal than Bruce and he does not hesitate to use guns or murder criminals to protect Gotham city.

Thomas teams-up with Barry Allen in order to change the DC universe back to normal and find the culprit responsible for this. They also have to deal with the war between Atlanteans and Amazons as their conflict will cause the end of the world.

"The Walking Dead" star Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been rumored to play Thomas Wayne Bataman in the movie since he appeared in the "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" film.