Ezra Miller Reveals How His Flash Is Different From Grant Gustin's

Monday, 16 November 2015 - 8:20PM
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Monday, 16 November 2015 - 8:20PM
Ezra Miller Reveals How His Flash Is Different From Grant Gustin's
We already know that there's not going to be any crossover between the upcoming Flash movie and the current TV series The Flash; largely because the title character is portrayed by two different people. Grant Gustin is already doing a bang up job as the speedster on the CW every week, while Ezra Miller will fill the red tights in 2018. 

And although we know what to expect from Gustin's Flash, we don't really know what Miller's version will look like. But now the future Flash is opening up about how his iteration of the character will differ from what we're seeing on the CW... sort of. Miller tells EW

Opening quote
"Well, [first] it's going to be a movie. I'd like for it to be an exploration of a human being, a multi-dimensional human being, to speak. Wow, I just made such a pun, without meaning to! I'd like the character to have many dimensions, but really, I'd like him to have the usual dimensions we know and love, and then some extra ones that are part of the amazing consideration of this superhero. I hope to realize him as a person, and I think what's most exciting for me in superhero mythologies is when we feel the humanity of someone who is heroic - or the heroism of someone who is a flawed, deeply human person."
Closing quote


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Judging by his comments here, Miller doesn't know much about what the movie's going to look like yet. That's fine, he's still got a ways to go before it comes out. But the encouraging thing here is that he definitely seems familiar with the character (the dimensions pun alluding to the DC multiverse) and he wants to give a rounded performance rather than just another superhero clone. And if there's one thing DC's movies could use, it's rounded characters with their own personalities that differ from one another.

Via: Comicbookmovie.com
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