The Scarlet Speedster’s debut solo film is slated to perform a similar function for the Distinguished Competition, much like Loki and Spider-Man:

Since the movie will feature several well-known DC characters, including a Supergirl and at least two Batmen, Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck both confirmed to don their fabled cowls once more

Barry Allen, a lightning-quick native of Central City, will reportedly use the Speed Force in the film to go back in time and stop his mother’s death, which is terrible news for his timelin

Barry Allen in an alien other reality where his deceased mother is still alive, Aquaman’s kingdom of Atlantis is at war with Wonder Woman’s country

In the movie, Barry will attempt to save his mother Nora by using his time-traveling skills, but unwittingly cause significant disruptions to the space-time continuum.

In the show, Barry, a 32-year-old crime scene investigator for the Central City Police Department, is presented as brilliant, silly, and always late.

Kiersey Clemons, Sasha Calle, Ron Livingston, Michael Shannon, Antje Traue, and two well-known Caped Crusaders in Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton join Ezra Miller in his Justice League role as Barry Allen/the Flash.

The Flash will be released on November 4, 2022, in theatres.