Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) is seen in the fight of his life in the first official trailer for The Flash. Before landing on director Andy Muschietti and writer Christina Hodson for The Scarlet Speedster, the project saw a number of writers and directors join and leave. The Flash draws inspiration from the historic Flashpoint narrative and will also serve as the beginning point for James Gunn and Peter Safran’s new vision for DC Studios, thus it appears that they are aiming to create one of the most epic superhero movies of all time. Here is a close-up of the trailer and each significant scene. Barry appears in the trailer dressed as The Flash, outside of his childhood home.home.
“Tell me something. Anywhere is possible. a different universe. Why do you want to continue fighting for this one then? Somebody queries him. Barry’s response is straightforward: “Because my mother resides in this one.” He also explains how time travel and the Multiverse work, claiming that many worlds and times are attracted to one another “like magnets.” “Time can’t help but repeating a pattern.”
Barry tries to go back in time in Flashpoint to stop his mother from being horribly murdered by the Reverse-Flash, his archenemy. It appears that he will attempt to achieve the same thing in The Flash, but many people, including Barry’s fellow superhero Batman/Bruce Wayne, have concerns about this (Ben Affleck). “If youYou have no notion of the potential repercussions if you went back in time,” the Dark Knight warns Barry, and he’s soon shown to be right. Barry does alter time, but not in a positive way. As he relives the events of Man of Steel, footage shows him looking in fear.
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It turns out that General Zod (Michael Shannon) rules in this alternate reality. The General comes out of his spaceship and ejects a blade from his armour, growling, “We’ve been waiting for you.” Barry yells, “I created a world without metahumans, and there is no one to defend us. Additionally, he runs into an alternate version of himself at one point in the clip. This Barry, though, seems much more serious than hiscounterpart, who is frantic to correct his error.
“There might not be a future if I can’t return!” Even without metahumans, there are still heroes in the world, like Michael Keaton’s Batman. In addition to donning his full Batman costume, Keaton is seen fighting criminals who break into the Batcave hand-to-hand. Even his brand-new Batwing is with him! Additionally, he adds a twist to his most famous remark, “Yeah, I’m Batman,” as if that weren’t enough.
It creates an incredible visual when combined with a moving new rendition of Danny Elfman’s Batman theme. And when Barry asks him for assistance, this Batman just says, “We try not to die.” Batman isn’t the only superhero assisting the Flash, though.When Zod’s men corner the pair, a mystery girl with superhuman strength and flying rescues them.
That woman? Supergirl, as Kara Zor-El (Sasha Calle), is the only one. Soon after, Kara dons a red and blue outfit to match that of her cousin. In a tribute to Man of Steel, she even breaks the sound barrier, which Barry tries to capture on camera. He tells his doppelganger, “This is something our kids will want to see.”
The remaining action-packed scenes in the trailer include the Flash barreling through traffic while Affleck’s Batman chases behind him. It remains to be seen if the movie can live up to the buzz, but this trailer is undoubtedly doing its best to sell the ideathought it was worth the wait.
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