The Flash starring Ezra Miller releases next week. Miller will reprise his role as the titular Flash/ Barry Allen. This would be the first standalone feature for the iconic DC superhero.
Talking about his characters and what differentiates the alter egos of Flash and Barry Allen, Miller said, “What I like about him is I feel like there's a lot in Barry's personality that distinguishes him from the rest of the gang. I've always really enjoyed him as someone who's vulnerable and lacks the self-assurance and cockiness that we generally associate with superheroism."
On what Flash means to the DC universe at large, he said, “Barry Allen is, like, the access point, because he breaks these barriers of the speed of light and so forth. And so he is the mechanism by which we can experience and understand the multiverse within DC."
The Flash also stars Sasha Calle, Ben Affleck, and Michael Keaton, with Keaton reprising his role as Batman from the Tim Burton movies. The film releases on June 16.