Ezra Miller Talks In-Depth About Flash In The Flash Week

Warner Bros new partners AT&T Entertainment have come together to promote DC’s newest film Justice League. New characters are being brought into the DCEU including Aquaman, The Flash and Cyborg who are set to make their full big-screen debuts, Many fans of the comic book characters will be keen to get to know the new additions to the universe.

The Justice League marketing team are using their new platform to help give an insight into the members of the Justice League, by setting a weekly focus on the individual characters. Jason Momoa’s Aquaman was featured the previous week and now it’s time to get to know the Scarlet Speedster himself The Flash. Ezra Miller the self-proclaimed “fan boy” of this experience was able to talk in-depth about his character and his abilities.
New promotional images and clips were featured in the marketing for this week including a new motion poster featured below.

That’s not all as Ezra Miller later in the week discussed his character at length in a promotional video featured below.

The featurette included new and extended scenes from the film including an interaction with Bruce Wayne, and his alter ego Batman. Bruce Wayne recruits Barry Allen but admits he’s not entirely sure what his abilities are, he just knows he has them, (he’s Batman he probably knows what they are). Ezra then starts to talk briefly about The Flash’s origin, including him being struck by lightning.

Ezra then revealed that he brings this “extra dimensional power, the Speed Force” that grants him the power of superhuman speed, and the ability to bend time. Ezra confirms that Barry is the youngest member of the Justice League and it shows in a scene between his character and Batman. Batman, one of the more experienced members guides Barry into saving people instead of fighting saying “Save one person” to which Barry replies “Which one?” “Don’t talk, don’t fight, get in, get one out” “And then?” “You’ll know”.

In the end Ezra reveals that Barry is “Criminally excited to join the Justice League” and we can’t wait to see him bring the Scarlet Speedster to the big screen for his full debut.

Justice League opens in theaters on November 17th.

Source: AT&T

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