The Flash won't be your usual superhero movie

The Flash won't be your usual superhero movie

One of the most exciting aspects of the new movie The Flash is that the film will delve into the idea of ​​the multiverse, with Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck already confirmed to reprise their Batman roles from their two very different franchises. The film will also introduce Sasha Calle as a new Supergirl.

Collider recently interviewed film director of photography Henry Braham for an exclusive interview about her excellent work in another DC film , The Suicide Squad (of which you can find our review here) during which he was also asked about his work on The Flash as the film is currently in production. " it is a complex film ”even if“ it is not based on reality ”and for this reason he hopes that“ it will never be seen as a superhero film “. According to him, the superheroes of the new films of this genre must be more realistic and "truthful", also showing their flaws, since they have them like all other human beings.

Braham then talked about what it is like working with Michel Keaton and the rest of the cast:

It is a pleasure to work with the cast, because they are fantastic. Michael, of course, is a genius, and it's wonderful to see him recreate that role, but nowadays. He is wonderful. I think the film has a huge reach and I'm lucky to be able to work on films that I'd like to go see. I'm not very interested in comic books. I'm interested in films that take me on a journey, an emotional journey and a visual journey.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director of photography also briefly talked about the technological challenge of showing the Flash's powers, which we got to appreciate in a couple of different ways, including the first film version of Justice League and Zack Snyder's Justice League (here our review of the home video version of the film). But for Braham and the creators of The Flash, their goal is for audiences to forget about technology and immerse themselves in a story where technology is combined with a good script, thus becoming a "natural part of the story", adding that all of this it's a lot of fun to make.

Filming on The Flash is nearing completion, but Braham is still committed to the realm of comics, as he's ready to team up with Gunn again in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, the which shooting will begin in November.

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