DC's The Flash to film in the UK
DC’s upcoming feature film The Flash is set to film in the UK next year with Rick Famuyiwa at the helm.
Currently in the very early stages of pre-production, the film is the next in DC and Warner Bros.’ canon of superhero films based on DC’s comic book characters.
The Flash follows on from Wonder Woman which began shooting in the UK last November and Justice League which began filming in the UK in April this year.
Ezra Miller plays Barry Allen, aka The Flash, with Kiersey Clemons also attached. Director Famuyiwa took over the helm from Seth Grahame-Smith who also wrote the screenplay.
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