THE FLASH: The Scarlet Speedster is on the Verge of Worlds Colliding in New Key Art for The Anticipated DCU Film

Well, the DCEU is dead and as much as it pains me to say this, Zack Snyder has moved on to bigger things over at Netflix. Like it or not, James Gunn’s DCU has been ushered in and while many things are changing, some things are going to stay the sane…at least for now.

One of those is that Ezra Miller, even with all his offscreen antics and weird behavior is still The Flash. The anticipated and long delayed solo outing for Miller as the Scarlet Speedster is almost upon us and rumors abound that this film will be the one that changes everything we have know so far about the DC cinematic movies.

A new trailer is going to be unveiled upon us at this Sunday’s Super Bowl and in anticipation of it, DC and Warner Bros has dropped new key art for the movie.

As fans can see from the above one sheet, The Flash is nestled in the Batcave as he looks upon worlds colliding and the multiverse taking effect. It is a glorious poster and one that should get all excited with the Bat symbol displayed on top. We all know that Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck are returning to their perspective roles as The Dark Knight so it will be fascinating to say the least how this all plays out.

Andy Muschietti helms the film from a screenplay penned by Christina Hodson which is based on a story by Jody Harold. The Flash stars Ezra Miller as Barry Allen/The Flash, Ben Affleck as Batman, Michael Keaton as Batman, Michael Shannon as General Zod, Ron Livingston as Henry Allen, Sasha Calle as Supergirl, Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, Temuera Morrison as Tom Curry, Antje Traue as Faora-UI, Saoirse-Monica Jackson, and Maribel Verdú as Nora Allen.

This has been a curious movie as there have been many delays, rewrites, directors dropping out and of course Miller doing his best to get fired from the role but darn it, he’s still here so we shall see.

Dwayne Johnson has been vocal about how his Black Adam has been treated and we all know what happened with Henry Cavill as the Man of Steel. I’m cautiously optimistic at how Gunn will handle the DCU and Phase One, titled Gods and Monsters will usher in a new era of DC superheroes on the big screen. I’m sure I’m in the minority here as fans have been quite negative per usual to everything that has happened.

With the new trailer dropping this weekend, check out the first teaser to hit last year while we wait for Barry Allen to do his thing. The Flash hits theaters on June 16th!


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