The Chinese Trailer For The Flash Brings New Footage
The Flash gets new footage in the Chinese trailer for the upcoming DC Movie alongside a neat new poster.
The Flash will be speeding into theaters in just under a month. The long-awaited solo movie for the Ezra Miller-played character looks to be a surefire hit for DC Studios and Warner Bros. With the addition of Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/ Batman for the first time since 1992, expectations are very high. Several of my colleagues have already seen an incomplete version of the film and have reported that it is excellent. The excitement levels for the movie are hitting new heights.
Those levels of excitement will increase once you take a look at the new Chinese trailer for the film. It contains footage that we haven’t seen so far in the other released trailers. The footage will excite fans and non-fans alike as it looks like we will be getting a comic book movie for the ages. You can take a look below. But be warned…the footage does show a character that we were not expecting to appear in the movie. Consider this a SPOILER ALERT!
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Barry Allen / The Flash travels back in time to prevent his mother’s murder, which traps him in an alternate reality without metahumans. He enlists the help of his younger self, an older Batman, and the Kryptonian castaway Supergirl in order to save this world from the restored General Zod and return to his universe.
Even though we didn’t expect to see the character revealed in the Chinese trailer, it fits into what we will be seeing. The new footage that appears is the perfect tonic for those of us still waiting to see the film itself. I have heard that the movie had shot two different endings. Although I won’t spoil them here, the original ending is the one I would personally like to see. However, the re-shot ending, if used, will tie in nicely with the new James Gunn DC Universe. By the same token, the original ending COULD fit with the new direction the DC Universe is heading in too. I guess we will have to wait and be surprised when the film opens to see which way they went.
The Flash will be speeding into theaters on June 16th in the United States, and on June 14th in the UK. Book your tickets now!
What do you think of the Chinese trailer? Does it make you more excited about the film? How do you think it will end? Get your running shoes on and sprint down to the comments section to let us know. We’d love to hear from you.
Carl Roberts is the News Editor for The Future of the Force. Aside from being our horror genre aficionado, he is also passionate about Star Wars, Marvel, DC, and the Indiana Jones movies. Follow him on Twitter where he uses the force frequently!