Well, it looks like Warner Bros. Pictures really wants to hype their next The flash movie. I mean, why else would they reveal what he’s going to look like, costume wise?
Ezra Miller’s new clothes?
HipHopGamer led to Twitter to reveal some photos they took of Ezra Miller’s suit for the upcoming The flash movie at Las Vegas Licensing Expo 2022. These four photos show the costume from various angles, with spotlights on different parts of it. The first photo above shows the entirety of the costume. The remaining three below focus on the helmet and chest, boots and gloves respectively.
As you can see, the Flash’s new costume for his movie looks very… muscular. It’s not even Flash. It’s his suit that’s muscular. I didn’t realize he was so torn. On the other hand, even the comic book incarnation of him shows him with muscles in his suit. Maybe that’s something for all flashes everywhere? I guess we’ll find out when we finally get to see the actual movie…eventually.
The flash: Details
The flash It is the fourteenth film in the DC Extended Universe. The film has had a long and troubled production history to get to where it is today. Plans for the movie actually started in the late 1980s, and basically had a long series of failed starts where a director decided to give it a try, only to back out before it got anywhere. It was only in 2019 that director Andy Muschietti and writer Christina Hodson finally began work on the film, beginning pre-production in January 2020. Things seemed to be going well, and then COVID-19 hit. That resulted in the movie’s current release date of June 23, 2023.
As for what The flash it’s about? Unfortunately, we don’t have an official synopsis for the movie yet. The closest thing we have comes from an October 2, 2020 article from the hollywood reporter. There is a single sentence that mocks the content of Christina Hodson’s script. The prayer says:
“The script, last drafted by Christina Hodson, sees the Flash go back in time to prevent his mother’s murder, an act that proves to have unintended consequences for his timeline.”