The Flash Movie: First Look at Ezra Miller & Kiersey Clemons Filming Scene Together

By Pierre Chanliau Updated:
Barry Allen Iris West The Flash

The Flash finally began filming in April, with fans even getting a glimpse at it. The Wayne Manor of Michael Keaton's Batman and Sasha Calle's Supergirl were both seen in set photos.

The film won't just be about Keaton's Batman or Calle's Supergirl, but Ezra Miller's Barry Allen and Kiersey Clemons's Iris West, too. However, one actor not returning is Billy Crudup's Henry Allen due to scheduling conflicts.

Instead, the role of Barry Allen's father has been filled by Ron Livingston, who is likely to play a key role in the film, especially due to more recent set photos.


Multiple users on Twitter have managed to capture more photos from the set of The Flash at St Paul's Cathedral in London, specifically with Ezra Miller and Kiersey Clemons.

User @_DCWorld captured the photo seen below:

Another photo from user @tortoisehearted shows director Andy Mushchietti speaking with Miller on the steps of the church:

It's difficult to tell at a glance, but the last photo from user @dazzaross eyes Barry speaking to the press with cameras alongside Iris West. One reporter can even be seen holding up a recorder to his face:



It's prevalent for filming to substitute one location for another such as with The Flash, which takes place in Central City but is being filmed in London. These recent set photos in front of St Paul's Cathedral in London don't mean that Barry and Iris will visit a church, but the church's exterior does look like a courthouse.

It was set up in both the theatrical and director's cut of Justice League that Barry Allen got a job in a forensic lab to help prove his father's innocence. So, the scene captured here with Ezra Miller and Kiersey Clemons could be them exiting a court hearing for Henry Allen.

Additionally, the press that Barry Allen is speaking to at the bottom of the steps could be them asking the young hero about his father's case. Aside from being a loose adaptation of Geoff Johns' Flashpoint, one subplot of this film is likely Barry trying to prove his father's innocence.

The Flash is currently scheduled to release in theaters on November 4, 2022.

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Release Date
June 16, 2023
- About The Author: Pierre Chanliau
Pierre Chanliau began as a news & feature writer for The Direct at the site's launch in 2020. As a longtime reader of superhero comic books, Pierre's knowledge of Marvel and DC is extensive, informing his reporting and editorial pieces regarding the MCU and DCU.