In the teaser for The Flash, Ezra Miller, who plays the superhero, seeks to seek counsel from two different Batmans—Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton—when he goes back in time. The much-anticipated movie will hit theatres on June 16, 2023.
The long-awaited The Flash teaser debuted during the Super Bowl, the national football championship, on Monday. In the forthcoming movie, which stars Ezra Miller as the eponymous superhero, he teams up with not one, but two different Batmans in an effort to put things right after going back in time.
Ezra utilises his abilities as Barry Allen, often known as The Flash, to save his slain mother and keep her with his family in a another future. The absence of superheroes in the future is a result of changing the past, which has different repercussions. Michael Shannon’s General Zod returns to rule the planet. Then, in order to take on the evil, Barry must figure out how to enlist the aid of individuals who are a little wiser than he is.
In order to rescue the world, he teams up with a different version of himself from an other reality, seeks guidance from Bruce Wayne, played by Ben Affleck, and enlists the assistance of an earlier Batman, played by Michael Keaton. Super Girl (Sasha Calle), an extraterrestrial that helps the two Barrys in their fight against the bad guys.
Repeating their roles
In addition to Ron Livingston, Maribel Verd, Kiersey Clemons, and Antje Traue, The Flash also stars Andy Muschietti. In prior DC Universe movies, Ben, Michael, and Ezra are repeating their roles. Ezra previously had an appearance as The Flash in the films Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) and Suicide Squad (2016). He then made another appearance in Justice League (2017) and the Justice League special edition that will be released in 2021.
Due to post-production and COVID-19 delays, the movie took longer. Ezra, the movie’s actor, was also in the headlines last year for a number of offences related to disorderly behaviour, assault, and burglary.
The script was written by Christina Hodson, with a plot by Joby Harold, Jonathan Goldstein, and John Francis Daley. Warner Bros. Pictures is handling international distribution for the DC universe movie, which will have a theatre debut on June 16 in India.