Flash's Costume for Justice League Film Revealed

Everything Zack Snyder does is intentional, even this "accidental" reveal.

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Filming for the Justice League film is gearing up for its April production date, and that means Zack Snyder will be showing off a lot of pictures from the set in the upcoming months. Recently, the director of the 2017 film took a picture of himself and Jason Momoa, who is playing Aquaman.

What's really interesting about the picture is far off in the background. Right behind Momoa's Aquaman costume is another costume. Turns out, that looks a whole lot like the costume for The Flash, who will make an appearance on March 25 in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Zooming in a bit, Flash's golden wings on the side of his head can be made out.

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It's a bit hard to make out, but it looks like a bit of a departure from the costume on The Flash on the CW. This outfit is shiny and has more of an armor look to it, matching the heroes around him. Ezra Miller will be taking on the role of Barry Allen/The Flash in the film. It's rumored that both Miller and Momoa will appear in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and many fans claim they are spotting Flash's speed force lightning in the trailer.

Snyder may have indirectly revealed this cameo while discussing Batman v Superman with USA Today: "I love Batman and Superman and Wonder Woman, but having Flash and Aquaman and Cyborg and to see them all standing together, it's a pretty dorky and cool experience for me."

Justice League will be released in November 2017.

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