– by Seth McDonald

We all know the Flash is fast, it is the character’s trademark ability, but Ezra Miller, who portrayed the superhero in Justice League has some different thoughts on the character and his abilities. The actor’s thoughts on Flash were revealed in the book  Justice League: The Art of the Film:

“Okay, so there’s a way that you could perceive The Flash, which is that he’s fast, right? Boring! Or you can perceive him as I do, as what I may refer to as the quantum vibrator. He brings to the Justice League this extra-dimensional power, wherein he plays within the reality of time and space, which of course, as we know from recent physical evidence that supports Einstein’s theory of relativity, time and space are one entity. And this entity not only bends, but it jiggles.”

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I liked Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and I really liked Justice League, I thought it showed that DC fixed many of the problems with its universe, not all of them, but a good number of them.

I really liked how in the film Superman was able to see Flash as he moved at super speed, and the scene in the middle of the credits was something that fans have wanted to see for a long time.

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Source: Justice League: The Art of the Film (via ScreenRant)