The trailer shows Miller behind-the-scenes of The Flash, gleefully looking to the audience while the cameras roll. Miller is dressed to impress in the civilian attire of Barry Allen, the alter ego of the Flash, complete with a new pair of specs. Surrounding him are a number of pieces of lab equipment and warning signs, which seems appropriate for the police-scientist-turned-superhero. Previously, director Andy Muschietti dropped a series of teaser images from the film, including a spray-painted Flash emblem that overlapped with Batman’s iconic chest plate. Despite that, this is the first time that DC itself has actually released anything from the set.
DC FanDome is a DC-centric virtual event that will be streaming on Saturday, Oct. 16. It will provide fans with an inside look at upcoming DC video games, television shows, comic books and movies. One of the most-anticipated reveals scheduled for DC FanDome is the world premiere of a new trailer for The Batman from director Matt Reeves. There will also be new footage shown from Black Adam, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, Shazam! Fury of the Gods and DC League of Super-Pets.
DC FanDome will feature a legion of top-tier celebrity guests too. Robert Pattinson, Jason Momoa, Dwayne Johnson, John Cena and Zachary Levi are all scheduled for the event, as well as comic book legends like Scott Snyder, Jim Lee and Todd McFarlane. Additionally, fans who watch the event live will be able to receive free DC NFTs.
Currently scheduled for Nov. 4, 2022, The Flash has been described as a loose adaptation of Flashpoint. Originally published as a five-issue mini-series in 2011, Flashpoint revolved around the Flash traveling back in time to save his mother’s life. As a result of his actions, Barry irrevocably changed the DC Universe and ushered in the New 52. The big-screen adaptation looks to expand upon that idea by exploring the multiverse, and will feature a wealth of superheroes from different cinematic worlds. Among them is Batman as played by Michael Keaton, who is dusting off the cape and cowl for the first time since 1992’s Batman Returns. Also included in the film are Ben Affleck at Batman and Sasha Calle as a new iteration of Supergirl.
The Flash will mark Ezra Miller’s first time playing DC’s fastest man alive in a solo project. Miller previously appeared as Barry Allen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, David Ayer’s Suicide Squad and both versions of Justice League. Speaking on DC FanDome 2021, the actor promised that the event will “blow people’s heads off.”
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