The fictional character Flash, a superhero who appeared in comic books published by DC Comics, has appeared in several films since its inception. Unlike superheroes like Superman and Superman, many characters have taken up the Flash mantra. They include Jay Garrick, Barry Allen, his nephew Wally West, and his grandson Bart Allen.
Warner Bros. considered a Flash-centric film in the late 1980s. Development on the film began in late 2004 with the appointment of David S. Goyer as writer/director; The movie focused on Wally West.
The production status of The Flash:
According to a report from The Wrap, The Flash Movie is expected to begin production in March 2021, subject to the COVID-19 filming protocol. Security protocols have become necessary for filming during an epidemic.
On Day 2 of the DC FanDome, the Flash movie panel shared that the movie will reboot the DCEU and its story will be inspired by the Flashpoint saga of comics. Producer Barbara Mushchiti revealed that the film will feature multiple DC characters.
The official release date of The Flash:
The Flash was originally slated to hit theaters on July 1, 2022, but has now been released as part of Warner’s Bros.’s ongoing coronavirus pandemic on June 3, 2022.
Fans have already had to wait too long for Scarlet Speedster to see a standalone movie, with Miller already signed until 2014, so by the time we see the Yes movie, roughly a decade later, the star would have agreed to play the role.
The storyline of The Flash:
There is no complete information on the plot of the film. Andy Mucciati confirmed that there were plans to include the iconic Flashpoint story from the comics. However, fans should look forward to what the comics and even the CW show have done.
Simply put, Flashpoint sees Barry running to save his mother from her slavery, her murder by Reverse-Flash. He wakes up in a world where he is not married to his wife Iris West-Allen, Aquaman and Wonder Woman are at war, Superman is in a government prison, and Thomas Wayne is Batman.