Say what you want about DC's The Flash - also now known as one of the biggest financial flops in CBM history, but Ezra Miller - despite his very polarizing history, did a pretty good job of working off both his Barry Allen's when playing the opposing character in a majority of the film's scenes.
Yes, Young Barry Allen is undoubtedly one of the most irritating character's in a superhero film, but the work Miller did in making current-day and Young Barry Allen's interactions feel natural, was work not many actor's could make look believable.
A new behind-the-scenes featurette reveals how Miller and the crew made this acting-accolade work with the use of computer generated effects, and volumetric suit-capturing from the bodies of his stunt doubles.
Seeing Miller and the crew have to play and craft three different character's seemed like an extensive feat for the entire company to head, but for what the end result turned out to be, they did an alright job.
Did you find it interesting how the studio brought to life three different versions of Barry Allen in The Flash?
Worlds collide when the Flash uses his superpowers to travel back in time to change the events of the past. However, when his attempt to save his family inadvertently alters the future, he becomes trapped in a reality in which General Zod has returned, threatening annihilation. With no other superheroes to turn to, the Flash looks to coax a very different Batman out of retirement and rescue an imprisoned Kryptonian -- albeit not the one he's looking for.
The Flash is a 2023 American superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Produced by DC Studios, Double Dream, and The Disco Factory, and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, it is the 13th installment in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). The film was directed by Andy Muschietti from a screenplay by Christina Hodson, based on a story by Joby Harold and the writing team of John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein.
It stars Ezra Miller as Barry Allen / The Flash alongside Sasha Calle, Michael Shannon, Ron Livingston, Maribel Verdú, Kiersey Clemons, Antje Traue, and Michael Keaton. In the film, Barry travels back in time to prevent his mother's death, which brings unintended consequences.
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