The Flash
To say it has been a bumpy road for Ben Affleck would be an understatement. He jumped from Daredevil, Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, to The Accountant, and now he’s back in the biggest DC Extended Universe film yet, The Flash! / Image Source : DC Comics

To say it has been a bumpy road for Ben Affleck would be an understatement. He jumped from Daredevil, Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, to The Accountant, and now he’s back in the biggest DC Extended Universe film yet, The Flash!

Batman will make an appearance in this much-anticipated film which follows the successful Justice League and Man of Steel, as well as reintroduced interest in reinterpretation with solo films premiering as we speak Rewritten Content: Longtime fans and newcomers alike were anxiously awaiting for the highly-anticipated The Flash movie. And thanks to Warner filming a slew of scenes featuring Ben Affleck playing Bruce Wayne/Batman, they have plenty to choose from whether it’s on the big screen or DVD.

Ezra Miller (The Flash) will reprise his role as the scarlet speedster after being a member of the Justice League where he appeared in last year’s ‘Justice League’ and the “Snyder Cut” trailer. A follow-up to ‘Justice League’, this will flesh out what was teased about Time/Speed Force manipulation and hints of the multiverse before it is explored in greater detail ‘Green Lantern Corps’. This upcoming film will also have Kiersey Clemons in her second movie as Iris West, Ron Livingston as Barry Allen’s father Henry Allen, Maribel Verdu as Allen’s mother Nora, Ian Loh, and Sasha Calle respectively playing young and Supergirl as Superman’s cousin from Krypton: Kal-El. Filming wrapped recently on June 11th, 2023 and “The Flash 2” releases on November 4th 2022.

Ben Affleck recently spoke to The Herald Su about the Batman scenes that will be appearing in The Flash.

“I have never said this — this is hot off the presses — but maybe my favorite scenes in terms of Batman and the interpretation of Batman that I have done, were in the Flash movie … I hope they maintain the integrity of what we did because I thought it was great and really interesting — different, but not in a way that is incongruent with the character. Who knows? Maybe they will decide that it doesn’t work, but when I went and did it, it was really fun and really, really satisfying and encouraging and I thought, ‘Wow — I think I have finally figured it out.'”

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