The Flash: Andy Muschietti confirms time travel

The Flash: Andy Muschietti confirms time travel
After months of silence followed by the incredible voice - I would like to underline it still awaiting official confirmation of Michael Keaton's return as Batman, click HERE for details - Andy Muschietti, the director of The Flash, has returned to talk about the film.

The IT director has confirmed that time travel will be at the center of the film's plot. Barry Allen will go back in time to try to save his mother, the director said, but he wanted to emphasize how it will be a film with a lot of action and very spectacular but also a part related to feelings.

Muschietti seems to have concentrated a lot , at least judging by the few but incisive statements, on filing the screenplay, putting aside the controversy about the protagonist Ezra Miller who has never convinced the fans too much. With Justice League Snyder Cut, will the character be brought back to more appropriate territories?

The Flash is scheduled for June 3, 2022 with the direction of Andy Muschietti (IT).

The first useful appointment for any official details could be DC FanDome on August 22nd.

A completely free virtual convention where new announcements have been confirmed regarding all corners of the DC multimedia multiverse from movies to TV series via video games and obviously comics. The launch release confirmed that trailers and exclusive images of upcoming films could be shown including The Batman, Black Adam, Justice League Snyder Cut, The Suicide Squad and Wonder Woman 1984 - recently slipped in October, click HERE for all details.

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