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Flash Movie Release Date: Cast, Trailer, What is the Plot of the Flash?

The Flash has been plagued by delays and controversy, but DC and Warner Bros. appear committed to the project, as a script for its sequel has reportedly already been written.

Release Date of The Flash’s

Unfortunately, there is a lengthy delay. The Flash is currently scheduled to debut in theaters on June 23, 2023. It was originally scheduled to debut in theaters in November 2022.

As a response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Warner Bros. moved the release date of the film to June 3, 2022, before delaying it by an additional year. On 26 April 2021, after months of delays and pre-production, The Flash finally began filming.

Miller signed on to play the character in 2014, so by the time the film is released, it will have been nearly a decade since the actor agreed to portray the character. What a model of patience!

In that time, the character has certainly appeared in other DC films, but the fact that he is finally getting his own film can surely only be a good thing.

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The Cast of The Flash

As previously stated, Ezra Miller will play Barry Allen/The Flash. Due to scheduling conflicts, Billy Crudup had to withdraw from the role of Barry’s father Henry. He has been replaced by The Conjuring’s Ron Livingston, who will be joined by Maribel Verd as Barry’s mother Nora.

Kiersey Clemons has been confirmed to reprise her role as Iris West, Barry Allen’s love interest. Clemons filmed scenes for Justice League that were ultimately cut from the theatrical release but were reinstated in the now-released infamous Snyder Cut.

There is now a bit more clarity regarding the individuals behind the camera. Andy Muschietti, who directed both parts of the recent film adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, will direct from a script by Christina Hodson (Bumblebee) – after a number of other names had been previously attached to the project.

Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton, both former Batmans, are set to reprise their roles as the Caped Crusader in the film, which will be released in August 2020.

In an interview with Vanity Fair, Muschietti described Affleck’s role as “a very substantial part of the emotional impact of the film.” “The interaction and relationship between Barry and Affleck’s Wayne will feature an unprecedented emotional depth.

Affleck told Variety about the film, “It was a great way to revisit a difficult experience that had previously been challenging.”

In the meantime, Keaton will reprise his role as Batman from Tim Burton’s 1989 film and its 1992 sequel, with Muschietti describing the role as “substantial” and one of a number of alternate-dimension heroes who will appear, as we’ve seen before. In reference to reprising the role, Keaton told Collider:

“It was oddly and ironically simple. Occasionally emotional. Simply a flood of memories. Without giving anything away, which I can’t, the first shot, not of the entire film but let’s say the introduction, is so good that when we walked on set and began discussing a few shots and angles, I exclaimed, “Whoa, this is huge.” This is excellent. I don’t even mean for me. Just the imagery is fantastic. And in some ways reminiscent of Tim Burton.”

In addition to the two Batmans, The Young and Reckless’ Sasha Calle will make her debut as Supergirl in the DCEU on The Flash. Furthermore, new The Flash footage has hinted at Michael Shannon’s return. The actor was last seen portraying Zod in 2013’s Man of Steel, but a CinemaCon 2022 trailer reportedly teased his return in the DC multiverse film.

However, it is unknown when the full trailer will be released, so fans will have to wait for more information regarding Shannon’s return.

The multiverse angle has sparked rumors that several more alternate versions of DC superheroes could appear, ranging from a Wonder Woman from an alternate dimension to Brandon Routh’s Superman. After reprising his role as Clark Kent in the recent Crisis on Infinite Earths event, even Tom Welling of Smallville has stated that he would be open to a cameo.

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Cyborg, however, played by Ray Fisher, will not be appearing. He was originally slated to appear in the film, but he has since been cut, despite the fact that he stated that Cyborg’s role was much larger than a cameo.

Is a Trailer Available for the Flash?

Unfortunately, we are still awaiting an official trailer, but a teaser was shown at the most recent DC Fandome event. When it comes to Michael Keaton donning the bat suit once more, our emotions are being manipulated.

What is the Plot of the Flash?

According to previous announcements, the film will be based on the Flashpoint comic book, which depicts the creation of an alternate timeline as a result of the Flash’s attempt to save his mother by traveling back in time.

Miller has stated that “our cherished DC universe will inevitably be torn apart into an endless, headache-inducing fabric of multiversity,” which sounds, uh, intriguing.

And we now know a bit more about the multiverse that will reportedly be explored in the film, with director Andy Muschietti describing the film as “a bit of a hinge in the sense that it presents a story that implies a unified universe where all the cinematic iterations we’ve seen before are valid.”

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“It is inclusive in the sense that it states that everything you have seen and will see exists in the same unified multiverse.”

Muschietti added that the film will explore the relationship between The Flash and Batman, stating to Vanity Fair, “It’s Barry’s movie, Barry’s story, but their characters are more closely related than we think.

“They both lost their mothers to murder, which is one of the movie’s emotional drivers. This is where Affleck Batman comes into play. I’m excited to work with someone who has also been on both sides of the camera. He understands.”

As for filming, the movie was shot in multiple locations, but the scenes of Gotham City shot in Glasgow and Edinburgh are particularly intriguing.

Unfortunately, additional plot details have not yet been made official, so it’s still anyone’s guess – but you can probably expect a lot of running!