Justice League Movie: Grant Gustin Tweets About Ezra Miller’s ‘The Flash’
DC fans are currently busy praising Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne look in Justice League teaser trailer. But it looks like Ezra Miller as The Flash is yet again a subject of criticisms.Advertisement
In the exclusive footage screened at SDCC and publicly released on Saturday, fans got a glimpse at Ezra Miller’s version of Barry Allen. It looks like Zack Snyder has adapted the confident and humorous version of our speedster from DC’s animated series.
Some fans are critiquing the character’s attitude to be similar to Peter Parker from Spider-man. Furthermore, his mechanical suit also has some fans comparing it to the simple leather version from The CW’s TV series The Flash.
While fans are caught up sharing their criticism, Grant Gustin (TV Series version of Barry Allen) also shared his view on the new superhero in DCEU. Check it out below.
Grant Gustin tweeted his honest opinion on how both actors are “thrilled” to play a DC Superhero. Some fans on The Flash reddit page have also started to share their constructive criticism rather than choose sides.
In terms of the costume, the current mechanical suit used by The Flash in Justice League teaser trailer is not the final version used by Barry Allen. Previous reports confirmed that Bruce Wayne will be building a new suit for The Flash.
Justice League movie is currently under production and confirmed to release on November 17, 2017. But The Flash under direction by Rick Famuyiwa is still in its early stages and has been scheduled to release on March 16, 2017.
In other news, Grant Gustin’s The Flash TV series will be back on October 4 this year for its third season. The first episode has been titled as Flashpoint. Furthermore, it has also been confirmed that Kid Flash will be appearing in the show played by Keiynan Lonsdale.
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