Flash movie stills reveal Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen in lab
Tucked away in this weekend’s most recent DC FanDome trailer, you’ll find a glimpse of Ezra Miller as Barry Allen in next year’s The Flash.
Long-awaited next year images Flash reveals Barry Allen of Ezra Miller who hangs out in a lab. Although Miller joined the DCEU years ago, his first solo film was slow to arrive. After dealing with director changes and release date delays, Flash finally kicked off production earlier this year with Andy Muschietti at the helm. Miller will reprise the role of Barry alongside fellow DCEU alumni Kiersey Clemons (Iris West) and Ben Affleck (Batman). Even more exciting, Flash will feature the highly anticipated return of Michael Keaton as Batman. That’s right: there are two Batmans in this movie.
Most of the plot details for Flash are still being kept under wraps, though it’s certain the film will portray its own version of the Flashpoint storyline from the comics. In the original source material, Barry uses his super speed to travel back in time and prevent the tragic death of his mother. However, this leads to multiversal consequences. Flash should follow a similar arc, but with its own DCEU twists. The film is currently scheduled for release in November 2022.
This Saturday marks the second annual DC FanDome, the go-to event for all things DC. The virtual convention will feature the latest news and first previews of upcoming movies and TV shows, including The flash. In a recently revealed trailer, Miller can be seen in a Barry Allen gown in a lab. Maybe it’s Star Laboratories? Fans might find out later this week. You can see the trailer below; the Sparkle the sequence arrives at 37 seconds in the video.
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Barry’s DCEU appearances so far have been limited to the overall effort Justice League (plus director’s cut from Zack Snyder) and a cameo in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Because of this, the DCEU has so much that they can still explore with Barry. This includes his work at Star Labs and, perhaps, his first introduction to his powers. Flash shouldn’t be a straightforward origin story, but that could still explain how he got them in the first place.
The little Sparkle The images revealed in the DC FanDome trailer appear to be part of a behind-the-scenes featurette, which will likely be shown at the convention on Saturday. FlashThe production of is pretty much over, but it still seems a bit early to get something like an official music video or trailer. A behind-the-scenes video will always give fans a glimpse of what Flash a in store; As well as showing more of Miller’s latest outing as Barry, it could reveal the first official looks at Keaton and new Supergirl actress Sasha Calle. In other words, those who are eagerly waiting Flash should probably tune into DC FanDome to learn more about this movie.
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