The Flash final trailer has been released, and it shows the return of a number of the stars from the SnyderVerse movies. In this article, I’m going to go over who these stars are and what this might mean for the future of the DC Universe.
First off, let’s just make it very clear, this trailer is incredible. The movie has already been getting rave reviews after the film was screened for the people in attendance at this year’s CinemaCon. You have no idea how much I wish I has been there to watch the movie.
However, I wasn’t able to make the trip to Las Vegas this year (I’ve actually never been to Las Vegas) to get to the conference. That said, it seems as though the few people who got to watch the movie over there really loved it.
The Flash final trailer reveals a load of SnyderVerse stars
OK, so let’s get back to the trailer. This trailer gave us a better look at what’s coming in the movie. Yes, we got to see more antics from Ezra Miller’s multiple versions of Barry Allen in this movie. We also got more footage of Sasha Calle’s Supergirl and Michael Keaton’s Batman/Bruce Wayne.
There was also a lot more of Ben Affleck’s Batman in this trailer. It has to be said that one of the things I’m really looking forward to seeing in this movie is his take on Batman after he revealed in an interview that he feels like he finally got the character spot on in this film.
We also saw a bit more of Michael Shannon’s Zod in this film, who’s another alumnus of the SnyderVerse movies. However, the big surprise/reveal in this trailer was that Jeremy Irons’ Alfred and Kiersey Clemons’ Iris West are going to be in this movie.
We had already heard rumours that Iris was going to be turning up in this movie. We haven’t seen all that much of Clemons’ take on the character. She was in Zack Snyder’s Justice League for a bit, and I think she was completely cut out of Joss Whedon’s previous cut of Justice League.
So, it seems like we’re going to get to see a little bit more of her character in this movie, which I believe is a very good thing.
Moreover, we’ve also heard reports that Gal Gadot is going to be turning up as Wonder Woman in this movie. This all means that we’re going to get to see quite a few of the SnyderVerse stars in this movie. I’m hoping that this will please many of the SnyderVerse fans out there who have been feeling rather upset by the news that it was all going to be coming to an end with this movie.
Will Ezra Miller stay on after The Flash?
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James Gunn and Peter Safran are now in charge of the newly-formed DC Studios, and they revealed that they are going to be developing their own DC Universe. That is going to start with Superman: Legacy, and then we’re going to be getting to see some very interesting projects from DC Studios.
It seems as though this The Flash movie is going to be resetting the universe, and my question is, what’s going to happen to Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen? Will they keep the actor on board as the DC Comics superhero, or will they opt to recast?
Given all the controversies surrounding Miller, I do wonder whether Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Studios might think it best just to move on. However, it’s being reported that Miller’s performance in the movie is excellent, and that makes me wonder whether they might be convinced to keep the actor on as Barry Allen.
We’re just going to have to wait and see what ends up happening.
The Flash is going to be released in cinemas in the United States and the United Kingdom on June 16th.
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