The Flash is programmed to hit the big screens somewhere in November 2022. Andy Muschietti is the movie director, and, actor Ezra Miller will become the lightning-fast DC superhero Barry Allen.
Both Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck have performed great roles for the dark billionaire superhero. Keaton played the character iin 1992’s Batman Returns, whereas Affleck became the bat in a series of several DC Extended Universe entries such as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad and Justice League.
As per ComicBook, DeVito’s cameo makes sense, given that he went up against Keaton in Batman Returns.
The release is a DC’s 2011 Flashpoint series adaptation of comicbook crossovers. The film will follow the bolt-speed man, as he crashes multiple dimensions only to meet several Bruce Wayne’s along the way.
Muschietti hinted that The Flash goes to a place ‘where the DC Universe hasn’t gone before’ in December 2020, a message confirmed by DC Films president Walter Hamada, who told The New York Times that its audience is ‘sophisticated enough to understand’ the multiverse.
Muschietti told Vanity Fair in August that the movie will prevent a ‘unified universe where all the cinematic iterations that we’ve seen before are valid.’
‘It’s inclusive in the sense that it is saying all that you’ve seen exists, and everything that you will see exists, in the same unified multiverse,’ he added.