Warner Brothers has released the first full trailer for the Justice League film, and there’s a lot to see. Check it out here.
The Flash scene with the batarang has been shown previously, but we get a glimpse of Henry Allen and an obvious hint about Barry’s backstory (it’s probably going to be de rigueur in every portrayal of Barry from now on). Plus a bit of tension between the metahumans and the all-too-human Batman, which is always welcome. And Aquaman seems like he may be the breakout star of this film.
The movie will be released in November of this year.
What do you think of the trailer, and the scenes with Barry? Looking forward to the film? Share your thoughts here!
There will be a new Justice League film trailer this weekend, and Warner Brothers has been releasing new posters and quick character teasers in preparation for it. At left, you can see the new Flash poster, and here’s his fifteen-second teaser clip.
Deadline has the teasers for Batman, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman if you’re interested (Superman and Cyborg haven’t been released yet, apparently, but the page may be updated when they are). And be sure to come back here for the official Justice League trailer on Saturday!
Variety reports that Joby Harold is rewriting the Flash movie script, as the studio wants to take the movie in “a new direction” while they find a new director. Rick Famuyiwa left in November due to creative differences with the studio. Harold has two scripts in production right now, a King Arthur film coming this May and a Robin Hood film in pre-production.
Ezra Miller is still signed on to play Barry Allen, and Kiersey Clemons to play Iris West.
The March 2018 (?) film takes place in the DC cinematic universe, alongside Batman v. Superman, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman and Justice League.
The Flash solo film stars Ezra Miller as Barry Allen and Kiersey Clemons as “the female lead” (widely expected to be Iris West), and is set in the DC cinematic universe established by Batman v. Superman. It’s still on the schedule for March 2018, but losing its director again at this stage may set that back.
I’ve actually lost count of how many directors have been attached to this movie over the years.
Do you think The Flash will be able to stay on schedule, or will Barry Allen’s solo movie be late?
Variety reports that Warner Bros has cast Kiersey Clemons as the female lead in the Flash movie opposite Ezra Miller. Clemons most recently appeared in Neighbors 2, and was featured in Flash director Rick Famuyiwa’s breakout indie film, Dope. She’s also been cast in a remake of Flatliners.
Technically, WB hasn’t confirmed that the female lead is in fact Iris West, but it’s a safe enough bet that Variety ran with it in their headline.
Warner Bros. TV schedule is up for Comic-Con International. The Flash TV Show Panel will be Saturday, July 23 at 5pm in Ballroom 20:
Parallel universes…and doppelgangers…and man-sharks, oh my! The second season of The CW’s highest-rated series had more than its fair share of twists and turns, but none compared to Barry Allen’s jaw-dropping decision to go back in time and save his mother from his arch-nemesis, Reverse-Flash, a decision that called the entire timeline into question. But fear not, fans, you won’t have to wait until the fall to start getting answers to some of your most pressing questions, as the cast and creative team behind the show make their annual appearance at Comic-Con to begin giving fans insight into the show’s highly anticipated third season.
Violett Beane is set to return as Jesse Wells in Season 3 of the show. No word yet on whether she’ll be the Earth-2 Jesse we know or from another timeline, or whether we’ll see her as a speedster anytime soon. (via ComicsAlliance)
Warner Bros. showed a scene from Justice League featuring Batman (Ben Affleck) and the Flash (Ezra Miller) to the press, and CinemaBlend describes the scene, which shows the first meeting of Bruce Wayne and Barry Allen. The tone is reportedly a bit lighter than most of Batman v. Superman, and the scene tells us a few important things about the cinematic universe’s Barry Allen, and more. Spoilers of course.