It looks like The Flash will be filming far, far away from Central City. The upcoming Warner Bros. film is set to shoot in London next year, but hey - at least the hero's commute won't be too long. After all, The Flash would probably laugh in the face of the Atlantic Ocean as he runs over it.
Following in the (relatively slow) footsteps of Justice League and Wonder Woman, The Flash will be shooting abroad. The project will like be housed at Leavesden Studio, but fans expect the flick to shoot at other locations as well during production. However, with the film slated to release on March 16th 2018, The Flash has plenty of time to warm-up and get situated overseas.
The release date, however, has many fans wishing the project would hurry up. After all, fans are more excited than ever to see Ezra Miller's portrayal of the speedster following a newly released teaser for The Justice League. Shown at San Diego Comic Con, the video featured Barry Allen meeting Bruce Wayne for the first time as Gotham's Bat tried to recruit the vigilante. Hilariously, The Flash was totally cool with joining the super-special team.
Why, you might be asking? Well, according to Barry, it's because he really needs some friends.
And, if you're one of the many fans who've seen Suicide Squad, then you'll know The Flash also popped up in the film. Seriously, it was almost a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment. But, still, moviegoers went wild over the cameo. For those who don't know, the scene showed The Flash apprehending Captain Boomerang following a heist, and Suicide Squad's David Ayer confirmed Zack Snyder was the one who directed the shot.
Speaking with Collider, Ayer said, "Flash was always in the movie, we just got lucky because Justice League was happening and they had the uniform, they had the assets, so we were able to get that photography."