The Flash director Andy Muschietti shared an image from the set of the long production period of the DC Extended Universe movie for its fastest hero. The image shows the chair where Ezra Miller's Barry Allen. The movie is influenced by Geoff John's iconic Flashpoint comics arc. The story of the film has the titular hero go back in time.
Miller will lead a cast that will see the reprisal of roles of actors such as DCEU's Kiersey Clemons and Ben Affleck. Michael Keaton's Batman will also return. The film will also introduce Supergirl played by Sasha Calle and Nora Allen played by Maribel Verdu.
The film's development was announced in 2013, on the heels of the success of the first DCEU film, Man of Steel. The film was supposed to come out in 2016. Unfortunately, the film underwent development hell as various writers and directors left the project because of creative differences.
Some of the creatives that left include Rick Famuyiwa, Seth Grahame-Smith, Jonathan Goldstein, and John Francis Daley. Muschietti signed on the project in November 2019 to direct the script that was written by Birds of Prey scriptwriter Christina Hodson. The reprisal of Keaton's Batman has been rumored before being confirmed in August 2020. The Keaton announcement also included the return of Affleck. The film will introduce the concept of the multiverse to most general film audiences.
As the filming for the film continues, Muschietti shared an image on Instagram, sharing the photo of Miller's chair on the set of the film. Pom Klementieff showed her excitement in the film with a comment that is full of thunderbolts which is reminiscent of the hero's iconic logo.
The Flash will be released on November 4, 2022.