The Flash Film Set Photo Reveals Second Barry Allen Played by [SPOILER]

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
July 19, 2021  03:55 PM

We already know that there will be at least two Batmans (Batmen?) in The Flash movie. But is it also possible that we'll be seeing two different Barry Allens? New set photos feature Ezra Miller filming a scene with what looks like a second speedster.

It's no secret that The Flash will explore the multiverse and bring in different versions of the superheroes. For instance, the film will feature Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck playing their own iterations of Bruce Wayne. So it's shouldn't be a surprise that we're seeing double when Miller filmed a scene on the set of the movie.

The set photos show Miller filming a scene with another actor who is dressed similarly to him. It also looks like the two are arguing about something with Miller appearing to be explaining something to his companion.

The similarity between the two actors already has fans wondering if this particular scene will feature Barry dealing with an alternative version of himself from a different universe. In addition to that, the actor is believed to be a double and that Miller's likeness will be superimposed into the actor's face.

But why not use another Barry Allen that already exists? Fans have been hoping that the TV Flash will have an appearance in the movie. However, it has not yet been confirmed whether Grant Gustin from The Flash TV series will show up in the film. Nevertheless, fans haven't lost hope just yet.

Miller and Gustin have already worked together in the Arrowverse's Crisis on Infinite Earths storyline. Unfortunately, it is still unclear if we'll get the same crossover in The Flash movie. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

The Flash movie is currently in production. The film is scheduled for release on November 4, 2022.

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