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After an extensive wait, The Flash finally has its official trailer! Despite many delays and controversy, this film looks set to make a lasting impression when it hits cinemas this spring.
The plot centers on the Flashpoint comic storyline, in which Barry Allen attempts to travel back in time in order to save his mother - altering history forever.
Ezra Miller is an accomplished young actor best known for her roles as Kevin Khatchadourian in We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011) and Patrick in The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012). She has appeared in multiple films and TV series, most recently portraying Barry Allen (aka The Flash) in the upcoming DC film The Flash.
The Flash marks Miller's first solo entry as The Flash, who had previously appeared in Zack Snyder's Justice League and in cameo appearances on The Arrowverse. As one of the last links to the current DC Extended Universe, The Flash promises to be an exciting treat for fans. If the trailer is any indication, fans are in for a treat with this film!
After a difficult journey to the big screen, The Flash finally received its official trailer during the Super Bowl. This marks the first significant promotional material for the upcoming superhero film since Miller and Miller's arrests for assault and trespassing were publicized.
Despite the above incidents, Miller continues to work on DC film with Warner Bros., who invested $200 million into it with hopes of salvaging their reputation before release in June 2023. However, considering Miller's troubled personal life and unstable public image, the studio is considering how best to handle him and help them recover from their mental health issues.
According to THR, Miller has expressed regret for their behavior and is now seeking professional help. They've been involved in multiple incidents over the past year, with allegations of choking and harassing women coming from Iceland and Germany.
Reports indicate Miller is receiving therapy for their stutter and has plans to conquer it. Their unpredictable behavior has been a cause for concern within the studio since they started acting in The Flash.
Though its release and success remain uncertain, fans can count on Miller returning as The Flash in the near future. After his long recovery journey, it is clear that he wants to be the hero his fans desire.
Today, a trailer for the upcoming DC Comics film The Flash dropped and it was both intriguing and captivating. It shows Miller's Barry Allen crash-landing into the multiverse where he runs into not one but two Batmen played by Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton. Additionally, Michael Shannon returns as General Zod from Man of Steel while Sasha Calle makes her debut as Supergirl.
Keaton began his comedic acting career with TV appearances such as Maude and The Mary Tyler Moore Hour, but director Tim Burton soon noticed him with his role in Beetlejuice (1989). Since then, his career has taken off, featuring roles in Night Shift (1982), Clean and Sober (1988), Pacific Heights (1990), Much Ado About Nothing and Jackie Brown.
After a brief decline, he began appearing in more action thrillers and dramas, as well as animated films Cars (2006) and Toy Story 3 (2010). His roles based on comic book characters continued to expand; he played Adrian Toomes in Spider-Man: Homecoming and mentored a young CIA recruit in American Assassin (2017).
Keaton has been married to actress Caroline McWilliams from 1982 until 1990 and they had a son named Sean Douglas. He has received multiple awards for his acting, including a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television for Hulu's Dopesick.
He was also nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie for Dopesick, and Primetime Emmy nominations for his portrayal of CNN reporter in Live from Baghdad.
The new trailer for The Flash features many familiar faces, but it's the first glimpse of Keaton as Batman that has fans particularly thrilled. After having been away from the role for over 30 years, he returns in the suit in this trailer and looks just like Bruce Wayne from Tim Burton's Batman films - making fans eagerly await further developments!
Sasha Calle is making a major impression as Supergirl in the new DC comic book film The Flash. Though we didn't get much footage of her during the trailer, it appears she will play an integral part of the storyline.
On The Flash, Ezra Miller's Barry Allen attempts to prevent his mother's death by going back in time. Unfortunately, events don't go as expected and he ends up in an alternate timeline that lacks metahumans and sees General Zod return to destroy the world.
Flashpoint, the comic book event that forever alters DC's universe, has come into effect. Reestablishing its foundations as the basis of the DC Multiverse once again.
When Barry finds himself trapped in this alternate reality, he recruits a younger version of The Flash (Miller) from that era to assist him. Together they journey through the Speed Force to an entirely metahuman-free universe created by Barry.
They join forces to save the other world from Zod's threat, and in one thrilling scene, they share a lightning-powered moment that leaves them both empowered. Not only could this powerful scene make or break the movie, but it also showcases just how much impact this new timeline is having on DC multiverse.
Michael Keaton's Batman may turn against his fellow DC heroes and take on Zod as well. It remains uncertain how he'll accomplish this, but it remains a possibility.
This is part of DC Cinematic Universe's master plan to reset, and The Flash team is striving to ensure everything goes smoothly. Although The Flash will be a soft reboot for the DCU, it won't feature many traditional heroes we know and love. However, it will still be an incredible film, bringing together all aspects of comic book culture in an exciting new way that should make it essential viewing for all comic book enthusiasts!
Ben Affleck won the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1998 for his role as Good Will Hunting, and he also received accolades for his supporting turns in Armageddon (1998) and Shakespeare in Love (1998). Ben has been active in political causes and charitable causes throughout his life; furthermore, he has a brother named Casey Affleck who also works in filmmaking.
He has starred in many renowned films, such as The Town; He's Just Not That into You; and State of Play. Furthermore, he wrote and directed several feature films such as Extract; Gone Girl; and Argo.
The trailer for The Flash has recently been released and it's packed with thrilling surprises. The film will hit theaters on June 16, 2023.
Based on the Flashpoint storyline, which sees Barry Allen travel back in time to prevent his mother's murder but at the cost of altering history and potentially leading to disaster for everyone involved. Plus, other DC superheroes such as Supergirl, General Zod, and Bruce Wayne all appear in this installment.
Michael Keaton returns as Batman, promising us plenty of multiversal antics. Plus, we get our first look at the Batmobile that will be featured in this movie, making the trailer all the more captivating!
Michael Shannon stars as General Zod in an exciting scene from Man of Steel, and it looks like he will be a formidable foe for The Flash.
In the film, we'll be seeing Sasha Calle as Supergirl. She has an affinity for DC Comics so we can expect her to make a great addition to the cast.
Ezra Miller, who portrays The Flash in DC's cinematic universe, is no stranger to DC; he made his debut as The Flash in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice but has struggled with mental health issues and legal troubles that kept him away from fame. Nonetheless, The Flash trailer proves he's an accomplished actor capable of bringing comic book action onto the big screen.