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‘The Flash’ Teaser Trailer Teases Michael Keaton’s Batman and Supergirl

The Flash teaser trailer gave followers one thing to speak about!

The primary footage of the upcoming superhero movie was shared throughout Saturday’s DC FanDome occasion and featured a take a look at Michael Keaton’s Batman and Sasha Calle’s Supergirl.

“Inform me one thing, you possibly can go wherever you need, proper? Any timeline, any universe,” the voice over begins. “Why do you need to keep to combat and save this one? You alter the longer term, and you modify the previous.”

Because the video ends, Batman seems on display with Ezra Miller joined by a second Flash and Calle’s Supergirl.

Directed by Andy Muschietti, The Flash will see Barry Allen racing via the multiverse, rubbing elbows with not solely Ben Affleck’s Batman however Keaton’s Bruce Wayne, too. (Keaton performed the half in 1989’s Tim Burton-directed Batman and its sequel, 1992’s Batman Returns.)

Again in August, Keaton advised ET in regards to the “challenges” of doing motion films at his age as he was reprising his position as Batman.

“It simply is tougher. And it isn’t like that is essentially my signature. That is not my factor — he is the motion man! — you already know? I do it right here and there,” Keaton shared. “I’m lucky in that I take fairly excellent care of myself — I keep mainly in respectable form — however then you definately become old, and you need to bump it up and bump it up. It simply will get onerous and there’s no means round it. But it surely’s sort of the problem, is not it? It is sort of the enjoyable problem.”

Muschietti and screenwriter Christina Hodson beforehand teased what followers may anticipate from the upcoming movie.

“It is a time journey story,” Muscietti mentioned eventually 12 months’s DC FanDome: Corridor of Heroes panel, with Hodson including, “Batman misplaced his dad and mom, Superman misplaced his planet, Harley Quinn misplaced her egg sandwich, however Barry, he is the one one who can go and alter his private story.”

“[It’s] the mixture of big spectacle motion and enjoyable with this extremely private intimate story of a boy who’s simply attempting to save lots of his mum,” Hodson added, teasing: “I am additionally excited to see Andy’s model of Pace Power. They’re actually in contrast to something you have ever seen earlier than.”

The Flash arrives in theaters on Nov. 4, 2022.



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