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The Flash Trailer Offers First Glimpse of Michael Keaton as Batman

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DC FanDome just gave us the first trailer for the Ezra Miller-starring The Flash movie, but equally importantly, we get to see a tease of Michael Keaton returning as Batman. The video is hardly even a tease, clocking in at just around a minute long and only skirting around the fact that the movie will involve time travel. However, we do get a look at the Flash’s new suit in action, plus a handful of other characters. Check out the first trailer for The Flash below.

We’ve known for a while that Michael Keaton would don the cowl again as Batman for The Flash, with a photo from June showing that classic black and yellow bat symbol getting a little bloody. He won’t be alone, however, with Sasha Calle portraying Supergirl, and there’s even been word that Ben Affleck will reprise his role as Batman. So, as nice as it was to see that classic Batman suit again today, there is still a lot we’re waiting to see.

The Flash is scheduled to make its way to audiences on November 4, 2022. DC FanDome, on the other hand, is going on right now, with other announcements involving the Black Adam movie and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League already revealed.

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