There are only a few weeks left for the DC Extended Universe take a 180-degree turn with the premiere of The Flash, the most important film from the Warner-owned studio that will kick off a very ambitious project led by James Gunn.
However, the role of Ezra Miller as Barry Allen has become one of the most talked about debates within DC in recent months after the controversies that have engulfed the American actor since the beginning of the pandemic. Well, the director of the film Andy Muschietti has clarified that Flash he is irreplaceable and, in the event that we see a sequel to the speedster, it will be Miller who is chosen for the leading role.
“If it happens (a sequel), yes. I don’t think there is anyone who can play the character as well as him. The other portrayals of the character are great, but in this particular take on the Flash, he just kind of fell out. And, as you said, (…) he seems like a character that was made for him.”
At the same time, Barbara Muschietti She commented in this same interview with The Playlist that Ezra was brilliant, being, according to her, the most committed and professional actor in the entire production of the film. “Ezra gave it his all for this role: physically, creatively and emotionally. He was absolutely spectacular.”
Las first reviews that came out about this film were quite good, highlighting above all the enormous technical display and the innumerable number of nods to other DC superheroes. Henry Cavill and James Gunn have also been convinced by the film, so we will have to see if it meets the high expectations that many of us have in this film that will dismiss the Snyderverso in style.
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