The DCEU is expanding and will enter the multiverse with the upcoming film centered around Ezra Miller‘s Barry Allen. The film will reintroduce Michael Keaton as Batman, who will work alongside the young hero. In June, we got some set photos from the production that offered our first look at an older Bruce Wayne from another universe. Of course, he’s not the only Batman, as Ben Affleck is also set to return in the iconic role.
Just the other day, he shared his enthusiasm for working on the film and it seems they’re already winding down production. Colin Nicolson, a production sound mixer for the upcoming DC film, shared a post on Instagram confirming they’re wrapping up after 124 days of production. In it, he is standing proudly alongside his sound team for the film.
DC FanDome isn’t far and we might get a preview of the film to tie us over until its release in November of next year. It’s too early to get a full trailer, but the pandemic has changed things but any glimpse might say a lot about what the film has to offer. The multiverse is no easy feat and we’ll see if there are many more Batmen heading our way once the film releases. As they wrapped production, they’ll enter the post-production phase before figuring out some details to enter reshoots. Here’s hoping we get a glimpse at the film’s many universes and why Allen decided to enter it in the first place.