The-all-new teaser of the long-anticipated film The Flash has been finally released by Warner Bros. Studio at the 2021 DC FanDome, which despite not revealing too much detail about the film, definitely gave an idea to the fans as to what they could expect from the fan-favorite superhero Flash this time in his first-ever live-action film on such a big scale. The teaser starred Ezra Miller in the role of Barry Allen also known as The Flash, Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne also known as Batman, Sasha Calle as Supergirl, and others.
The 29-year-old actor Ezra Miller revealed the official teaser of the film at the DC FanDome saying that he is pretty excited to unveil it for the fans. "We`re very excited to show you the movie. We wanted to show you a teaser but we can`t because we don`t have enough material yet. ... But we do have this small sneak peek," Miller said.
"But we do have this small sneak peek that my maestro Andy (Muschietti) and I have put together that we really hope you enjoyed and I will see you in theatres later next year or more importantly, you will see," Miller added.
While different sequences in the teaser definitely surprised the fans, one shot that really stands out is where the fans get to see two versions of the same superhero Flash standing together side by side. The trailer showed a moment where Ezra Miller's Flash, an alter ego of Barry Allen, is standing with another version of Flash and Supergirl in what appeared to be a Batcave of Michael Keaton's version of the Dark Knight.
Michael Keaton's appearance in The Flash is something that has been a trending topic among the fans and it is something they are pretty excited about, Keaton, recently, spoke to Collider to reveal some shocking moments while working on the project. The 70-year-old actor explained that he feels the thing to avoid is doing an "impression" of the person you are portraying." They are three really different people from one another. You have to do the basics, be really intrusive but be really respectful and hold back. Pick the great parts of what they have to tell you and the less great parts, the dark parts of what they have to tell you."
Keaton added saying that an actor has to first listen to the filmmakers and what is it that they want from him. "So, at some point you have to be a version of what they tell you, at least I do! Otherwise, you're trying to do an impression and you never want to do an impression. They're both Boston region guys Robbie and Ken," he added.
Andy Muschietti leads the film as the director with production under Michael Disco and Barbara Muschietti.
The film is going to star Ezra Miller in the role of Barry Allen also known as The Flash, Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne also known as Batman, Sasha Calle as Supergirl, Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, Maribel Verdú as Nora Allen, Ron Livingston as Henry Allen, Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Rudy Mancuso, and Luke Brandon Field. Currently, The Flash is set to debut in theatres on November 4, 2022.