After the confirmation of Michael Keaton's return in Flash and the first photos from the Wayne Villa of Tim Burton's Batman, new shots emerge from the production DC Films.
As you can see in the four photos published in the post at the bottom of the article, the Twitter account RutStamSound has brought on an important behind the scenes on Andy Muschietti's film.
"Hollywood is in Stamford right now!", reads the tweet."It is thought to be the new Batman movie, The Flash, shot at Burghley House. There is tight security which means no interviews with the stars, however a figure in a long black cloak has been spotted (not by us!)", wrote the account. In the images you can see the famous villa used for the 1989 film and also the smoke rising from the mansion, which appears to be in preparation for an action scene.
Recall that, in addition to Ezra Miller as The Flash, the film will also include the Supergirl debut on the big screen and the highly anticipated returns of Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck, both as their respective 'old' Batman. "This film is a bit of a hinge, in the sense that it presents a story that implies a unified universe in which all the cinematic iterations we have seen in the past today are valid."Director Andy Muschietti said in a previous interview."All the movies you have seen exist in the same multiverse".
Flash currently has a release date scheduled for November 4, 2022.