It’s being reported that Grant Gustin is in talks to cameo in the upcoming The Flash movie, which I think is a fantastic idea.
This report comes to us from the good folks over at Geekosity. (I don’t know why I say it like that. I just like the way it sounds).
They are claiming that Grant Gustin is currently in talks with Warner Bros. Pictures for a cameo in The Flash movie.
The Flash film is currently prepping for production, and it’s going to be directed by Andy Muschietti.
Muscietti’s previous work includes the two It movies: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2.
He also made the horror film Mama which I really loved and starred the brilliant Jessica Chastain.
Since he agreed to direct The Flash movie, he’s also been attached to direct the live-action version of Attack On Titan, which is a movie I am very interested in watching.
Grant Gustin could cameo in The Flash movie
So, according to Geekosity, Grant Gustin is close to agreeing to a deal which would see him cameo as his version of Barry Allen in The Flash film.
We already saw Ezra Miller turn up as his version of The Flash in The CW series.
That was a really fun cameo and it sounds like they want to do something similar in the upcoming DC Comics film.
We already know that the movie is going to feature a number of cameos.
We’ve heard that Ben Affleck is going to be appearing in the film as Batman.
Will Michael Keaton be playing Batman in The Flash film or not?
It had also been reported that Michael Keaton was going to be starring in the film as his version of Bruce Wayne.
There have been some reports since suggesting that he’s not going to do the movie any more.
However, we’ve recently been informed that he is going to do the movie after all.
What do you make of this report?
Would you like to see Grant Gustin cameo in The Flash movie?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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