‘THE FLASH’ PRODUCTION SHOULD START THIS SPRING

Swedish filmsite MovieZine reports that production for DCEU’s standalone ‘The Flash’- movie should start this spring.

The project has been announced 2014 and it seems like it’s finally greenlit.

According to the source, Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton will be a part of the feature. They’ve both played Batman in past projects and the explanation, [according to Ezra Miller, who plays The Flash] is parallel universes.

We’ve seen different stories and this allows the DCEU to weave togheter the threads and set up for a new and exciting multiverse. Director Andy Muschietti has mentioned that besides featuring many DC-characters, time travel will be involved, allowing him [The Flash] to change events of his life.

Keep your fingers crossed for the announced November 2022 release. Until then, select territories will get The Snyder Cut on HBO Max.

Behind-The-Scenes PHOTO Of EZRA MILLER Suiting Up As THE FLASH In ‘JUSTICE LEAGUE’

The TV Show ‘FLASH’ Supports DC Cinematic Universe’s Actor Cast For The Role

The Flash is on its second season and has pretty high ratings in the US. Both critics and fans have received the show very well, embracing it.

Even though I personally haven’t felt, noticed or seen it, there seems to have been a bashing around the ‘net because of DC’s and Warner’s choise of actor to portray the character in the extended/cinematic universe. And that led to fans stating that Grant Gustin(the TV show Flash character) wasn’t supporting Ezra Miller’s version of Flash (the cinematic version).

However, all this should be squashed by now, as Grant Gustin has tweeted the following:

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There is no need to comment it, other than the tv show Flash supports the choice for the cinematic Flash.