THE FLASH Set Photos & Video Provide Our Best Look Yet At Batman Performing A Daring Stunt
Some more photos from the Glasgow set of The Flash have been shared online, and these give us our best look yet at stuntman Rick English suited-up as Ben Affleck's version of the Dark Knight...
Filming on The Flash movie appears to have resumed following a temporary shut-down due to an accident involving a camera operator colliding with the Batcycle, and The Flash Film News Twitter page has shared some new photos and a short video from the set.
The pics provide our best look yet at Rick English - who was also Robert Pattinson's stunt driving double on The Batman, incidentally - suited-up as what we assume to be Ben Affleck's version of the Dark Knight. This still hasn't been confirmed, but we know it's not Michael Keaton's Batman '89, so unless there's a third incarnation of Gotham's Caped Crusader in this movie, it seems like a safe enough bet.
We also have some footage of a stunt sequence being shot, as the Batcycle crashes through a pair of cars blocking its path.
Happy Monday! We’re smiling with #Batman for these exclusive never before seen photos from Glasgow showing the best look of the Dark Knight ⚡️ #TheFlash #TheFlashMovie— The Flash Film News (@FlashFilmNews) August 2, 2021
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Andy Muschietti is directing The Flash from a script by Christina Hodson, with Michael Disco and Marianne Jenkins on board as executive producers. Plot details are still under wraps, but the story is expected to be at least partially influenced by the Flashpoint comic book arc.
In addition Affleck and Keaton, Kiersey Clemons will reprise the role of Iris West, while Sasha Calle will make her DCEU debut as Supergirl. Ezra Miller will once again play Barry Allen, aka The Flash.
The Flash is currently is scheduled to race into theaters on November 4, 2022.