'The Flash' movie news: Geoff johns, Ezra Miller readying for The Flash

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DC Comics is finally launching its take on the lucrative big screen superhero film industry, with the launch of their DC Extended Universe, primarily with the debut of the Justice League. In the recently aired special episode titled “DC Films Presents Dawn of The Justice League,” DC Comics Entertainment in partnership with The CWhome of the hit TV shows “Arrow,” “The Flash,” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”revealed new details about their upcoming films. One of them is Ezra Miller’s version of Barry Allen aka The Flash.

Kevin Smith hosted the special episode, with DC Comics Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, who gave details on the upcoming big screen version of the Scarlett Speedster. The company executive began by immediately giving salutations to the highly successful, TV show “The Flash.” However, he also mentioned that Ezra Miller’s take on the character would be an entirely separate version.

“‘The Flash’ has been awesome on television, they’re great,” Johns said. “This is another Flash, a version in the Justice League Universe, a cinematic version of The Flash.”

The version of The Flash would have Barry Allen as the speedster. His mother was killed when he was young, and his father was wrongly imprisoned for it. He then became obsessed with science and physics, with the ultimate goal of wanting to prove the innocence of his father. While working on his mother’s case, a bolt of lightning hits him and gives him super speedtransforming him to The Flash.

“He’s been struck by the lightningthat’s the mythosbut he’s a human,” said Ezra Miller, who will be playing the character of Barry Allen. “He can run through walls, he can run across water, he can run so fast that he can move into another plane of frequency where there’s another reality.”

The ability to travel through alternate realities was not the only power of The Flash that was teased but also the ability to time travel.

“The thing about The Flash is the past isn’t just a thing he can think about, it’s an actual place he can visit,” said Johns.