A comprehensive look at every cameo featured in the Multiverse Sequence

Warning: The following article contains full spoilers for The Flash movie. Cameos from other comic book characters have become commonplace in superhero movies, but The Flash takes it to a whole new level. This movie serves as a swan song for the Snyderverse, better known as the DCEU, before the DCU officially kicks off with Superman: Legacy in 2025. It’s also a multiverse story, introducing characters from alternate timelines and past franchises. Let’s take a closer look at all the cameos in The Flash, particularly during its multiverse sequence.

The Flash Movie Cameos
The climactic Chronobowl battle showcases various worlds inhabited by different versions of DC superheroes. First up is George Reeves’ Superman. Although he wasn’t the first live-action Superman, Reeves portrayed the Man of Steel in the beloved 1950s TV series Adventures of Superman. In The Flash, his Superman is digitally recreated in black & white, paying homage to the classic TV series.

Next, we have Adam West’s Batman, making a holy crossover appearance. The iconic Caped Crusader is briefly seen sprinting down the street, and his unmistakable voice can be heard. It’s a nostalgic moment for fans of the TV series.

Christopher Reeve’s Superman and Helen Slater’s Supergirl finally share the screen in The Flash. While the 1984 Supergirl movie acknowledged that Slater’s Supergirl was Kal-El’s cousin, the two Kryptonians never interacted until now. This particular Earth in the multiverse features Reeves’ Superman joining forces with Slater’s Supergirl.

One of the most surprising cameos in The Flash is Nicolas Cage’s Superman. Cage, who was originally cast as Superman in Tim Burton’s unreleased film Superman Lives, finally gets his moment as the Man of Steel battling a giant alien spider. It’s a nod to the defunct project that never came to fruition.

Jay Garrick, the original Flash from DC Comics, also appears during the Chronobowl sequence. He’s portrayed by actor Teddy Sears, who previously played a different character in The CW’s The Flash. Here, Sears gets to play the true, heroic Jay Garrick in homage to the Golden Age of comics.

Apart from the significant cameos in the Chronobowl sequence, The Flash also features other familiar faces throughout the film. Jeremy Irons reprised his role as Alfred Pennyworth, providing guidance to Flash during an emergency. Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman makes a timely appearance to help Batman and Flash. Jason Momoa’s Aquaman appears in a post-credits scene, inebriated and comparing metabolic rates with Flash. And finally, George Clooney’s Bruce Wayne makes a surprise appearance, connecting the film to Clooney’s portrayal in Batman & Robin.

While The Flash is filled with exciting cameos, there are still some multiversal omissions. Fans may have expected characters like Grant Gustin’s Flash from the Arrowverse, Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman, Christian Bale’s Batman, Robert Pattinson’s Batman, Zachary Levi’s Shazam, and many others. However, these characters do not appear in the film.

These are all the cameos we caught in The Flash. Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments section. For more coverage of the Scarlet Speedster’s solo film, check out our The Flash review and read our breakdown of the post-credits scene and ending.

 

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