Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice will be packing about an extra 30 minutes of footage in its Blu-Ray and DVD directors cut, and one of the sequences getting some additional time is Batman's Knightmare version of a Superman ruled earth.
Director Zack Snyder discussed a bit of what the extra footage entails with Empire on their latest podcast.
"Well I mean, let's just say this. I think it's okay to look at the extended dream sequence as an impressionistic view of a possible future right? So, and that's not hard to, that's in the sequence, so I'm not like spoiling anything or making up anything that you didn't see. So the connection with Flash, the Flash part of that sequence, you can speculate if, whether or not Flash is coming from that reality or another one, but that's the fun stuff to try and figure out exactly what Flash is saying to Bruce and what he means, because it's all, we know, so it's not, we're not making it up."
Once you parse all that down, it should give us a bit more footage to dissect in regards to Flash, and where or what timeline he comes from. We know he exists in our world at least part of the time, since he was on camera within Luthor's files though that doesn't necessarily mean he's in our universe now.
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Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is now playing in theaters.