The premiere of the highly anticipated superhero movie is less than a month away Flashthis means that Warner Bros. will continue to fill us with new content to elevate the game-changing movie in the DC Universe in theaters. We knew that from the start Michael Keaton (Birdman) was returning to reprise his role as the OG big-screen Batman, but some of us may have forgotten that welcoming him also meant seeing the legendary Bat-things on screen.
The Batmobile is one of the most famous cars in the world History of cinema, is returning to the big screen alongside his first film, Batman. in the picture opened by Fandango, the all-black car takes center stage in all its glory, but it has a worn-in quality that suggests it’s been around for quite some time — at least 30 years, as far as we know. The car is parked inside the Batcave and we see in the back Ezra MillerBarry Allen is as shocked as anyone.
Keaton’s return and notable presence though Flash confirmed and teased through trailers (also Ben Afflecks) we still don’t know exactly what role Bruce Wayne will play in Barry Allen’s story. As the film covers multiple worlds and how the hero can risk different realities, the trailer suggests that Bruce will be a mentor of sorts when it comes to Barry and his followers. Supergirl (Sasha Calle) in a mass fight against General Zod (Michael Shannon).
The DC reboot is rushing towards us Flash
Meanwhile, DC fans know this Flash is considered set to reboot the DCU in theaters and it will cease to exist as we know it. This was confirmed by the new CEOs of DC Studios James Gunn and Peter Safran. However, we still don’t know how this change will happen, which characters will survive the “cleansing” and which ones will exist and continue in which universe. DC’s upcoming releases in theaters will also keep fans entertained because Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (from DC’s “old days”) is still slated to premiere, and with it a whole new era of DC. take shape with the new Superman.
Flash managed by Andy MuschiettiHe rose to fame in the horror scene after directing in 2013 My mom and Stephen Kingof This First and second chapters. Screenwriter Christina Hodson (Birds of prey) and Joby Harold (Army of the Dead).
Flash Premiere in theaters on June 16. You can watch the latest trailer below: