The Flash’ Andy Mushietti Reveals Day One Of Filming

It’s been revealed that The Flash movie has started shooting, finally, in the UK. This news was revealed by Andy Mushietti on his Instagram account and also by DC Comics’ Twitter account.

This news has been a long time coming, and for some reason, it’s taken them a very long time to get started on this movie.

However, it’s now official. April 19th was Day One of filming on The Flash movie, which is pretty exciting.

It’s exciting because this The Flash movie is going to mark an important moment in the future of the DC Comics movies.

This could end up rewriting everything that’s come before it.

I know that won’t please many fans of the SnyderVerse. I don’t like the sound of it either.

However, I do think that Andy Mushietti is actually a really talented director, and the news that he might be bringing back Ray Fisher as Cyborg in the movie has given me hope.

The Flash film has started filming today

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It was also revealed that this The Flash film is going to feature both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton as their respective versions of Batman.

This is really interesting and it’ll mark the introduction of the Multiverse into the DC Comics movies.

It’s funny that Marvel and DC Comics tend to copy one another with these sorts of things.

I just remember the year when DC Films released Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Marvel gave us Captain America: Civil War.

Both movies explored very similar themes, and Civil War ended up doing much better than Dawn Of Justice.

I’d like to state that Batman V Superman’s faults were not down to Zack Snyder, but rather the turmoil inside Warner Bros. Pictures.

It’ll be interesting to see which movie performs better: The Flash or Doctor Strang In The Multiverse Of Madness.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to watching The Flash film?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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