BATMAN V SUPERMAN Director Zack Snyder Reveals New Images Of Barry Allen And Iris West

If the social media site VERO is good for anything, it's following MAN OF STEEL director Zack Snyder and today is no exception as Snyder has revealed new images of Barry Allen and Iris West.

Despite not directly commenting on anything Justice League related, DCEU founder Zack Snyder has been very active on social media: sometimes passive aggressively liking posts about Joss Whedon's failings and sometimes, using his Vero account to show off storyboards, reveal Easter Eggs and release BTS / alternate pictures from his time on the film.

Just today the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director did the latter, revealing two new images from his time on Justice League. The first is of the gorgeous Ezra Miller as Barry Allen: sporting a very cool Black Freighter t-shirt.  Referencing of course the Alan Moore graphic novel and other Snyder directed comic book film Watchmen . 

Ezra also appears to be sporting glasses though whether these are the We Need To Talk About Kevin actors personal pair or something that the character was to be wearing is unclear.

The second is of DOPE actress Kieresy Clemons, who as we all know was set to appear in Justice League as Barry Allen love interest Iris West, and who can still be seen in the leaked deleted scene. While it is unclear whether she will still have the part in the upcoming Flashpoint film or whether her Iris will exist only here, remains to be seen.

It is likely that as time goes by, we'll see and hear more from the Justice League film that could have been. Especially considering the rumours that Snyder's time in the DCEU is over and the manner in which he was removed and his film finished could lead him to not feel compelled to keep quiet.

There you have it! Two new looks at our Scarlet Speedster and his belle. Did you like what you saw of Ezra Miller in JUSTICE LEAGUE? Would you like to see Clemons stay as Iris for Flashpoint? Leave your thoughts below.
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