The Flash movie by DC Universe has created quite a stir among fans of the superhero genre, thanks to its recently released trailer.
The excitement over the movie has been taken up a notch with the reveal of two legendary actors, Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton, in the trailer. Their appearance has sparked a wave of enthusiasm among fans of the DC Universe, who are eagerly awaiting the movie's release.
The trailer for The Flash was recently released on YouTube, and fans were overjoyed at the sight of Keaton as Batman. Many took to social media to express their excitement, with one fan stating that they got actual chills when Keaton appeared as the caped crusader. Another fan wrote about feeling nostalgic after seeing Keaton don the Batman suit again.
The Flash movie stars Ezra Miller in a dual role and promises to include all the elements of the DC Universe. However, recent reports suggest that Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot's cameos in the movie have been cut due to the new DC Universe reboot plans.
It's worth noting that Keaton's appearance as Batman comes after a 20-year hiatus in the DC Universe. He was last seen in 1992's Batman Returns, which was directed by Tim Burton.
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