The Flash Movie Was Going To Start Pre-Production This Month


According an exclusive interview by Screen Rant with Stunt Coordinator Eunice Huthart, Andy Muschietti’s The Flash was suppose to start pre-production at the end of this month, into the beginning of May.

Huthart who’s known for her work on projects such as Justice League, Fantastic Beasts and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker went on to confirm the production start date:

The project I was due to start is The Flash. I was supposed to start at about the end of April, beginning of May,” Huthart said, “I’m not sure what’s happening now with that.”

It’s clear due to the Coronavirus Pandemic Warner Bros. had to delay pre-production on the movie for the safety of the cast and crew. With a release date of July 1, 2022, there’ll be enough time for the movie to go into production if the world goes back to normal hopefully soon.

Huthart also went on to talk of Ezra Miller who’s playing the title character of Barry Allen/The Flash in an interview with Film Threat:

Ezra as Flash, honestly, his movement, he worked so hard, he came having done all his homework. Normally I’ll grab the actor and I’ll grab the character, and start talking about developing concepts — he’d done it all! He came, and he goes, ‘Yeah, but I’ve been working on this, what do you think? and it was brilliant.”

The Flash movie is slated to be released in theaters on July 1, 2022.


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