The Flash trailer: Barry meets Supergirl, takes advice from Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton as different Batman. Watch
The Flash trailer: The final trailer shows how Barry gathers help from Supergirl, two Batman(s) and himself from a different timeline to change the past.
The final trailer for The Flash starring Ezra Miller focuses on how Barry's relentless pursuit to change the past and save his mother causes so many other repercussions for the world. The first is that he meets up with his past self and the two Barrys have to take on a world without superheroes as General Zod returns. (Also read: The Flash trailer: Ben Affleck, Michael Keaton return as Batman; Ezra Miller tries to reset the universe. Watch)
What is the story about?
The upcoming movie, directed by Andy Muschietti, shows how The Flash aka Barry is ruled by emotion when he figures he can use his speed to travel back in time. He even tells Ben Affleck's Batman, "I can even save your parents." He doesn't seem convinced. But he goes ahead with his plan to be with his late mother again. In the past, he runs into another version of himself as he explains what he's trying to do.
Who are the other actors?
But when Michael Shannon's General Zod attacks a vulnerable Earth, Barry has to summon superheroes from other multiverses to help him. This includes Michael Keaton's ageing Batman and Supergirl aka Kara (Sasha Calle) who take on Zod in a massive fight. Ron Livingston, and Maribel Verdú star as Barry's parents while Kiersey Clemons is Iris West. The DC film also promises some surprise cameos that are in the final film.
Fan reactions to trailer
Excited fans gave their reaction to the long-awaited film. One fan wrote on YouTube, "I'm sure this movie gonna give us more entertainment. I'm dying to watch the flash." While another added, "This Supergirl, she giving me goosebumps. Sasha Calle will be the next big thing in Hollywood after this. Mark my word."
Who is returning to the film?
Ezra has previously played The Flash in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) and Suicide Squad (2016) and returned for Justice League (2017) as well as the special cut of Zack Snyder's Justice League in 2021. Ben and Michael are also reprising their roles from previous films. This could be Ben's last turn as Batman as Robert Pattinson has taken over the part in the new trilogy. Keaton first played Batman in 1989.
The Flash is written by Christina Hodson, with a screen story by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein and Joby Harold. The superhero film is being distributed worldwide by Warner Bros Pictures and will be released theatrically in India on June 15, 2023.