After years of delays and rewrites, production on The Flash has finally begun. It has lost quite a few directors and writers along the way. It wasn’t until the film finally found its footing with writer Christina Hodson and director Andy Muschietti that it would finally get the ball rolling. It is set to feature the return of Ezra Miller‘s Barry Allen, as he begins to further understand his abilities and connection to the speed force. This newfound understanding would lead to the hero unraveling the multiverse. On the journey, the Flash is set to team up with one of the most iconic characters in comic book film history, Michael Keaton’s Batman. Luckily, the first set of photos have found their way online by @DCverso1 revealing an iconic manor.
E temos as primeiras imagens do set de #TheFlash em Lincolnshire
Onde podemos ver a Mansão Wayne do Batman do Michael Keaton. pic.twitter.com/yVnecH2DrN
— DCVERSO (@DCverso1) April 30, 2021
These set photos reveal the iconic Wayne Manor from the 1989 film. It seems they are once again filming at the Knebworth House in Hertfordshire. It is uncertain if this is purely for an exterior shot, but Warner Bros.’s presence is certainly eye-catching. The film is currently set to release in November of 2022. We’ve known for a while that Michael Keaton would make a return in the titular role for quite some time. Ben Affleck will also make his return in the upcoming film after reshooting some sequences for HBO Max’s Zack Snyder’s Justice League. It’ll be interesting to see if we get to revisit any other familiar Batman locations, such as Batman Begins‘ Wollaton Hall in Nottingham as Barry travels through the multiverse.