The solo movie of Flash The DCEU has been around for some time. His story will bring back to Ezra Miller as Barry Allen for a story that will hit theaters in November 2022 and where we will see the effects of altering the order of space-time.
With this, fans are more than excited to see the unfolding of events that will take ownership in the DC multiverse, which can be realized thanks to the inclusion of additional heroes: Sasha Calle will debut in the franchise as Supergirl, Ben Affleck will return to interpret to Batman, while Michael Keaton will also play the ‘Bat Man’, whom he will play for the first time since 1992’s Batman Returns.
While this temporary alteration is what makes Keaton’s return possible, the complexity of the events has turned into a somewhat confusing situation for the actor. “I had to read it more than three times to say, ‘Wait, how does this work? They had to explain it to me several times. By the way, I’m not being arrogant, I hope, with this. I’m not saying it like, ‘I’m too cool.’ I am stupid. There are many things that I do not know. And so, I do not know, I imagined it, but this was different, “he confessed to The Hollywood Reporter.
It is clear that his return in The Flash is perhaps the most anticipated part of the film. The photos from the filming set have shown some glimpses but nothing especially revealing, although Keaton himself has spoken highly of the way his character is presented. As such, it is rumored that he serves as a kind of mentor to Barry, but it is not clear if he will share the screen with Affleck’s Batman.
What will we see in The Flash?
Directed by Andy Muschietti, The Flash will explore the DCEU’s version of Flashpoint, a storyline from the comics that sees the sprinting hero go back years to stop the murder of his mother, something that then unleashes drastic consequences on the timeline.
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