‘The Flash’ wraps filming after 124 days

1 min read

DC’s latest project, “The Flash,” has reportedly wrapped its principle photography after 124 days of filming.

This news was brought to us through Colin Nicolson, one of the film’s sound mixers, confirmed the wrap on Instagram, writing, “That’s a wrap on The Flash. Day 124 with a fantastic sound team, brilliant cast, and crew. It’s been challenging but great fun.”

The movie has been set up to explore the DC multiverse and will be loosely based on the “Flashpoint” comic and, as a result, we will get to see Michael Keaton return as the Batman from the Tim Burton movies and will also be introduced to Supergirl, played by Sasha Calle. Kiersey Clemons will reprise Iris West, Maribel Verdu will star as Nora Allen, and Ron Livingston will be replacing Bill Crudup as Henry Allen.

Ben Affleck will also be returning as the Batman of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) and recently talked about his experience on the film.

“[The Flash] was a really nice way to revisit that as the prior experience had been difficult,” Affleck told Variety. “This was really lovely. Really fun… I had a great time… I love Ezra and I had a chance to see Jason [Momoa], who’s over there making [Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom].'”

The Flash is slated to premiere on Nov. 4, 2022 and is directed by Andy Muschietti and the screenplay is written by Christina Hodson. Barbara Muschietti and Michael Disco will be serving as producers for the film and fans can expect a first look along with some behind the scenes with the upcomingDC FanDome on Oct. 16.

Sanjayan Karthikeyan

Sanjayan Karthikeyan has always loved super heroes and wants to become a comic book artist/writer. Over the years, he was introduced to Superman who went on to become an inspiration in his life. Superman was the reason he started writing, which has become one of his favorite activities. Karthikeyan just completed schooling and plans on pursuing a career in finance but also wants to pursue Journalism, a new passion of his.

Leave a Reply

Previous Story

HBO’s ‘The Last of Us’ continues filming in Edmonton

Next Story

President Biden restores protections for three national monuments

Latest from DC