After several false starts, The Flash It is finally on its way to hit the big screen in 2022 a little over a year from today, but within the framework of DC Fandome the first images of the long-awaited film by Ezra Miller were presented that brings together Ben Affleck’s Batman alongside that of Michael Keaton and the iconic movie Batman from 89.
For nearly two decades a Flash solo movie project had been on the radar of Warner Bros. and DC Comics, but it was in 2014 that the project was considered to be part of the then-newly launched DC Extended Universe with Ezra Miller in the leading role but with a series of directors who were in and out of the project: Seth Grahame-Smith (author of Pride, Prejudice and Zombies and writer of The Lego Batman Movie) and that it would have been his first film.
Then came Rick Famuyiwa, director of the comedy coming of age independent Dope, but who also left the project to be replaced by the duo of writers and directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, who had surprised with the action comedy Game night and they were announced in January 2018 but about 7 months later they also dropped the film due to creative differences.
A full year later, in July 2019, Andy Muschietti is in charge of lifting the project, all this thanks to his work with the two adaptations of That for Warner Bros. and began production on the film in April of this year.
The first teaser of The Flash mainly shows us Ezra Miller who interacts very quickly -without a joke included- with his mother (played by Maribel Verdú) and Michael Keaton’s Batman, although neither of them can see his face but yes to Supergirl.
The Flash – Teaser DC Fandome entry was first published on Cine PREMIERE.