The introduction of James Gunn and Peter Safran marked the beginning of a transition in the DC Universe's power structure.
The pair was given control of a DCEU that was in trouble and had aims similar to the MCU but continuity similar to Kingdom Hearts.
Even when the DCEU was able to produce a respectable film, the momentum would abruptly stop due to either a poor sequel or production problems.
Given the size of the task ahead of them, Gunn and Safran appear to want to start over from scratch.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has unfollowed Black Adam and Warner Bros. on Instagram, as reported by Home of DCU on Twitter.
Despite the fact that nobody may have paid attention to this on an ordinary day, the DCEU's ongoing purge may indicate that Johnson will be the next well-known actor to leave the larger universe.
However, none of the parties involved have released an official statement.
Actors from the DCEU have begun disappearing like flies in what seems to be a scene from The Tower of Babel, perhaps in anticipation of Gunn and Safran's new direction.
Henry Cavill, the real Superman, was the first person to be formally fired. When he appeared in Black Adam, DC fans were thrilled, and they were more happier when he formally announced his return to the role in a video.
Nevertheless, the abrupt announcement that Cavill would quit The Witcher on Netflix after season 3 disappointed viewers.