Apparently Ezra Miller’s Flash Movie Has Cut Two Major Cameos

For a little over a week now, and following James Gunn and Peter Safran being tapped to run DC Studios, there’s been a whirlwind of activity concerning upcoming DC movies. First came the announcement that Wonder Woman 3 isn’t moving forward, and earlier this week, it was revealed that not only is Henry Cavill’s Superman run officially over, but Gunn is writing a Superman reboot. Now there’s word that the Ezra Milera-led The Flash, one of the bigger 2023 movie releases, has cut two major cameos.

According to THR, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot’s brief appearances as Superman and Wonder Woman, respectively, in The Flash have been cut. While Warner Bros. Pictures hadn’t officially announced that either actor would appear, it was recently reported that Cavill was paid $250,000 for his cameo in the Scarlet Speedster’s first solo movie, the same amount he earned for his appearance in the Black Adam end-credits scene. This would have been Cavill’s first appearance as the Man of Steel post-Black Adam and Gadot’s return to the role of Diana of Themyscira following Wonder Woman 1984.