The movie officially completes shoot a day after DC FanDome
It’s a wrap on DCEU’s The Flash! After a long and painful production that began in 2017, that saw the arrival and exit of directors, story pitches, and release dates, the movie is officially done. The movie is directed by It director Andy Muschietti and written by Birds of Prey scribe Christina Hodson.
About the movie
Very little is known about the movie, but we do know that it involves the Multiverse. This means that the movie will be loosely based on the iconic The Flashpoint Paradox story. We got to see a sneak peek of the movie during DC FanDome and saw the new Flash suit, as well as Michael Keaton‘s Batman. Keaton will reprise his 1989 and 1991 version of the Caped Crusader by Tim Burton. Then Ben Affleck will return to portray his version of Batman. We will also get to see a whole new Supergirl played by Sasha Calle. Lead star Ezra Miller also appeared during the fan event and said that the movie is in production.
However, principal photography was just wrapped up yesterday, and director Muschietti took to Instagram to celebrate it. Filming began on April 19, 2021, and wrapped up two days shy of a six-month schedule.
The movie is set to open in theatres on November 4, 2022. We now have a little more than a year until we see the movie. Additional reshoots are also expected to happen as schedules are bound to have taken a hit due to the pandemic. We can also expect to see the trailer sometime in early 2022.
But before we wait for The Flash, Warner Bros. has two other massive titles lined up. They are The Batman and Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, which also stars Miller.