‘T he Flash’ producer Barbara Muschietti has confirmed that the movie is close to wrapping up production. Scheduled to release in the United States on November 4, 2022, ‘The Flash’ marks the return of Ezra Miller as the titular Scarlet Speedster, Barry Allen, after his appearances in ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ and ‘Justice League’. The movie focuses on Barry's journey as he attempts to bend time and space to prevent his mother's murder, oblivious of the consequences that he would bring to his timeline. The movie is being helmed by Argentinian filmmaker Andy Muschietti, while Batgirl screenwriter Christina Hodson is penning the script.
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‘The Flash’ has been in development for quite some time. The movie was originally supposed to premiere in 2018, but that plan was delayed due to certain creative challenges. Production officially began in April 2021, with shooting taking place all over the United Kingdom. The Burghley House in Stamford doubled for the Wayne Manor, while London and Glasgow doubled for Central City and Gotham City respectively. In July, filming was temporarily suspended after a camera operator got injured during an accident on ‘The Flash’ set. The production eventually resumed, and the film has been shooting smoothly since. Now, it appears that the work on the movie is close to the finish line.
Recently, producer Barbara Muschietti, who happens to be the sister of director Andy Muschietti, shared a BTS image from the set of ‘The Flash’. Barbara's post featured Andy grinning as he sat beside his vanity van. In the post, the producer expressed joy, announcing that the movie would soon be wrapping up production. —Collider