Get your ticket, peeps! The Flash is on its way to swing in theatres on 16th June 2023. DC’s superhero flick looks promising as it travels back to change the past. Warner Bros. Pictures has dropped the new The Flash trailer raising anticipation for the much-awaited film while giving us a look at its multiverse-hopping plot. Catch all details of The Flash trailer here.
POV The New The Flash Trailer: When Barry Allen Rewrites Past!
The trailer video is filled with hasty runs, narrow escapes, vehicular chases, nerve-wracking action sequences, and surprises. The Flash is Ezra Miller’s very first superhero standalone film, where he is reprising his role as DC’s Barry Allen. But for some good and some bad reasons, he won’t be taking this ride all alone. As experienced in the previous and now in the new The Flash trailer, Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck’s Batman will join him with Sasha Calle’s Supergirl. While I am already familiar with Keaton and Affleck’s Batman and Miller’s Barry Allen, I’m more excited about how Sasha Calle’s Supergirl will bring a twist to DC’s multiverse story.
Hey, but do you know apart from the two superheroes and a Supergirl, there is another familiar face who is supposed to brace The Flash story? Yes, it’s true. And, to your surprise, it’s no other but Jeremy Iron’s Alfred Pennyworth you might have seen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the Justice League.
And while Jeremy’s presence in The Flash trailer 2023 has connected the dots between DC and DCEU’s upcoming stories, it has also led fans to wonder if they will see more members from the past racing in this time-traveling universe, including Christian Bale’s Batman from the Dark Knight trilogy. While Warner Bros hasn’t given a green flag for the anticipation, we must wait for 16th June to know if any of our speculations are true.
Moving forward to the new The Flash trailer, the visually stunning and emotionally grasping video clip also dropped another glimpse of Kiersey Clemons’s Irish West, who might have a development in her character in future DCEU movies.
For the third time now, the final trailer for Ezra Miller’s The Flash showcases the scarlet speedster Barry Allen, traveling back in time to change past events to save his mother and Bruce’s parents. However, as soon as he attempts to mess with the laws of time, he realizes whatever Ben Affleck’s Batman warned him about is actually true. He already warned Barry – He could also destroy everything, and since he sees the world collide in front of his eyes, the return of Michael Shannon’s General Zod brings him another surprise. Fearing the worst, Barry looks to coax Michael Keaton’s Batman out of his retirement and rescue Sasha Calle’s imprisoned Supergirl to join forces and save the world devoid of its savoir superheroes.
Directed by the visual craftsman Andy Muschietti and penned by Christina Hodson (The Fast and Furious 11), The Flash will be more than a popcorn-flick movie. The final trailer released recently has only heightened the anticipation for the film. Combining the star-studded cast, multiverse story plot, breathtaking stunts, and awe-inspiring visuals, The Flash is a must-watch film for all DC fans. But before you look forward to securing your sport in theatres, do not forget to miss some of the interesting reactions to the new The Flash trailer here:
- A DC comics fan wrote- 0:30. I like how Bruce gives Barry a look after the speedster and says that he could go back in time and save Bruce’s parents. Bruce is like, “Don’t even go there. You’re not going to change my mind just because you brought up Martha… this time.”
Man, if this is really Ben Affleck‘s last time playing Batman, I just have to say I’m gonna miss him. Say what you will about the DC movies he was in; I think he did a really good job as the Caped Crusader.
- This looks like not just the best DC movie put out but one of the best comic book movies of all time (and I say that as a Marvel fan). DC really built on all that came before this so far, and it really looks to pay off here.
- So badass!!! There’s an awesome shot of Keaton approaching Kara with the flashlight as he and Barry rescue her in the new Supergirl short clip. Beautiful camera work, dog!
- This trailer made me cream my pants. There is nothing no one can tell me on this Earth; BATMAN IS THE GREATEST SUPERHERO OF ALL TIME. His presence just makes it better.
The Flash hits theatres on 16th June 2023. See you all there!