The Flash trailer: Ezra Miller meets Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck’s Batman on their quest to save the world

Last Update: February 13, 2023, 21:17 IST

The Flash is releasing on June 15.

Ezra Miller’s The Flash, which has been in the making for the past 10 years, is releasing on June 15. The film also marks Ben Affleck’s last film as Batman.

After the Marvel Cinematic Universe found success with its time travel and multiverse clash with Avengers: Endgame and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home, DC’s latest film The Flash is gearing up to pull off something similar. The makers recently released the trailer where we see Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen going back in time. The film has been made taking inspiration from its Flashpoint storyline.

Back in 2007, producers released Justice League’s The Flashpoint Paradox, which centers around The Flash teaming up with Justice League members to reverse an altered timeline to prevent a war between Aquaman’s Atlantis and Wonder Woman’s Amazons. revolves around

The three-minute trailer takes a closer look at Barry Allen’s life. The Flash is seen going back to the point where he swore an oath to save his mother, Nora, from dying. Helping him on his way as he travels back in time are fellow superheroes, the Girl of Steel (Sasha Cale) and two versions of Batman – played by Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck. As Barry uses his superpowers to travel back in time and change what happened in the past, his efforts to protect his family change as well. He then becomes trapped in a different universe and time zone where General Zod has returned.

The trailer has received immense love and appreciation from fans and movie buffs across the world. In the trailer, Michael Keaton says, “I am Batman,” which has fans going gaga. One of them wrote, “Goosebumps overloaded ‘I Am Batman'”.

One user wrote, “This sounds bittersweet. Love seeing Ben Affleck as Bruce/Batman, that’s what I’m most excited about. Not Keaton. Affleck. But I know this is the last time I’ll see him in this.” in the role and it makes me sad. Crazy too. If only we could see Henry Cavill one last time and at least give him a proper send-off, that would be great, not to mention fair. Really I am unfortunate that it ended for him. Ben Affleck also confirmed the news earlier.

Written by Christina Hodgson (Birds of Prey) and starring Andres Muschietti, The Flash will be released June 15.

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