Filming On The Flash Movie On Hold After Batcycle Accident

It’s been revealed that filming on The Flash movie has been put on hold due to an unfortunate Batcycle accident on set.

According to Glasgow Live, production on The Flash movie has been halted as the camera operator crashed into the Batman stunt double who was on the Batcycle.

They also added that an ambulance was spotted on set, but I’m hoping that was just a precaution.

The outlet reported that eyewitnesses at the scene revealed that they saw the crew member collide with Batman on his Batcycle from behind while filming took place in Glasgow’s city centre.

The ambulance was called in to tend to the injured crew member.

Filming on The Flash movie has been put on hold for a bit

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Here’s what the eyewitness told Glasgow Live about the incident:

The cameraman on a bike was chasing the Batman motorbike and went under it.

The eyewitness then revealed that the crew started to clap as the ambulance left The Flash’s movie set.

This suggests that the injured crew member was taken to hospital.

I really do hope that it was nothing too serious.

The movie is being directed by Andy Muschietti and will star Ezra Miller, Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck.

It was also revealed that Sasha Calle had been cast as Supergirl in the movie.

Kiersey Clemons will be back playing Iris West and Ron Livingston will be playing Barry Allen’s dad, Henry Allen.

Maribel Verdú has also been cast as Nora Allen, Barry’s mother.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to seeing The Flash movie when it’s finally released?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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