Production teaser for ‘The Flash’ shows first glimpse of Michael Keaton’s return as Batman

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The long-running ‘Flash’ film will hit theaters next November

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Teaser for ‘First Look’ Flash The debut was held at this year’s Virtual DC Fandome event, which featured a handful of shows to expand the multiversal narrative of the DC Extended Universe.

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follow fan favorites Flash point Story from 2011, Upcoming Chamak The film sports Ezra Miller in the titular role (aka Barry Taylor), reprising the character from earlier performances. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, suicide squad And Justice League, and starring alongside … myself.

first teaser for Flash Turns out that Miller may have been running two versions of the Flash, possibly from different universes. The film will also feature at least two Batmans, with Ben Affleck reprising his role from the three aforementioned DCEU films, and Michael Keaton returning on his own on a masked vigilante for the first time in 25 years.


Take a look at the first teaser for it Flash Down:

Keaton first appeared as Batman in the 1989 adaptation of Tim Burton (title only: batman), returning for the role in 1992 Batman Returns. they were officially confirmed Flash back in April, and later said that he would have to read the film’s script three times to understand it.

Flash Having been in various stages of production since the late 1980s, the project first gained significant steam around 2004. Miller’s title take on the character was finally set to hit theaters in March of 2018, but thanks to several delays — including some due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — it will now be released on November 4, 2022.

The teaser was the first of a laundry list of other revelations made at this year’s DC fandom black adam and Robert Pattinson’s own batman film, as well as first look peacemaker, Upcoming HBO Max spin-off suicide squad.

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