– 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.

What did you think of Ezra Miller’s Flash in Justice League? Let us know in the comments down below!

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

  • Kronx

    He’s a “quantum vibrator?” Well, that explains the armor.

    • Kindofabigdeal

      It takes a lot to get Wonder Woman off, unless your James T. Kirk.

  • CrystalClearTruth

    probably the weakest actor of the cast. cringed every time the moron was on screen

  • Lee Streeter

    I think that Grant Gustin the flash on the CW should have played The Flash. He is a way better actor then Ezra Miller. I don’t understand why they didn’t use Grant as the flash.

    • M@rvel

      lol the Grant Gustin Flash is a horrible interpretation. All he does is whine about how he’s not fast enough or strong enough… always crying about something. The whole show is just garbage

      • SeanDon

        Exactly, he’s the perfect emo Flash the CW needs.

        • M@rvel

          Won’t disagree with you there. I’m saying his character has no place in the cinematic universe.

      • Lee Streeter

        I agree with what you said but I still like Grant Gustin as the flash because he put other people’s needs first over what he needs! You need to watch the show and you missed out on the crossover event when all four shows were together over a two nights crossover event! And to me the crossover event was a whole lot better than the new Justice League Movie!

        • M@rvel

          That’s awesome that you can enjoy those shows. I just can’t anymore. I’ve seen the first 2 seasons of Flash, and 3 seasons of Arrow. Some bits of Legends. Flash season 2 was exactly like season 1, so that’s why I gave up. Same goes for Arrow. Same ol bs every episode. I was thinking about watching the crossover event, but all the shows just have a cheapness look that I can’t get passed. The special effects take me out of the show unfortunately. I understand they are really low budget shows, but that is exactly why I can’t watch them. Flash just doesn’t seem Flash-y enough for me.

  • Brian Moran

    That sounds more like Zoom’s powers than Flash’s.

    Talking comic’s Hunter Zolomon, not CW Hunter Zolomon.