The Flash Movie Will Have More Than One Barry Allen

Some new set photos of the upcoming Flash movie seem to tease that the film is going to feature more than one Barry Allen.

These set photos (which you can have a look at in the tweet below) show Ezra Miller on set with another actor who looks and is dressed a lot like him.

Fans have already seen these set photos and put two and two together.

They came to the conclusion that this movie is going to feature two Barry Allens, and that makes sense given the fact that the film is going to explore the DCEU’s Multiverse.

There were also rumours a while back to Grant Gustin had signed on to cameo in the movie.

We did previously see his and Ezra’s version of Barry come face-to-face in The CW’s Flash series.

The Flash will have more than one version of Barry Allen

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At first, people were saying that it could be Ezra Miller’s stunt double.

However, a number of fans pointed out that they were both being filmed and it was clearly part of a scene.

Unless this is a scene of Ezra Miller talking to his stunt double, then it’s safe to assume the other actor in these pictures is playing an alternative version of Barry Allen.

It looks like this film is going to feature a number of Barry Allens, which I think sounds pretty cool.

We already know that Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck are going to be in the movie.

They’ll be playing their respective versions of Batman, a.k.a. Bruce Wayne.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to watching The Flash film when it’s finally released?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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