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The DCEU will come to a head later this year when the most iconic DC team of all time assembles on the silver screen for its first adventure. Justice League is a movie that's years in the making, and all eyes are on the titular superhero team up to show us what the DC Extended Universe is capable of. Zack Snyder's ensemble movie will seemingly explore every corner of the silver screen DC world, and it now seems that we're going to get a very, very good look at The Flash's (Ezra Miller) neck of the woods. Check out the photo below to see for yourself.
It's hardly surprising to see that The Flash's home turf of Central City will make an appearance during the events of Zack Snyder's Justice League. After all, we already know that Bruce Wayne will make his way to Barry Allen's apartment to recruit The Scarlet Speedster onto the roster of the League. However, that sign seemingly indicates that we are going to see a lot more of the city than the trailer previously suggested. Recent reports have suggested that Kiersey Clemons filmed a cameo scene as Iris West for the upcoming DC movie, so we have a feeling that The Flash's corner of the DCEU will receive some fairly in-depth exploration before his solo movie debuts.
If more of Central City is going to appear, then this raises the possibility that other aspects of The Flash's lore may also receive some notable exposure. For starters, we could see S.T.A.R. Labs make an appearance -- along with Vic Stone's father, Silas. Beyond that, there exists a very real possibility that we could see hints at some iconic Flash villains like Reverse-Flash, Captain Cold, or even The Rogues. Given the DCEU's tendency towards world building, all of these options seem perfectly viable.
We should note that the film probably won't stay in Central City for too long. With a ton of new characters entering the fray when the movie finally debuts, Snyder needs to make sure that he never lingers on any single hero's mythos and shortchange the rest of the main characters. It's a delicate balancing act, but we will keep our fingers crossed that the director can pull it off.
We will bring you more information related to the upcoming debut of Justice League as more details become available to us. Zack Snyder's long-awaited superhero epic will blast its way into theaters later this year on November 17, 2017.
Check out the San Diego Comic-Con trailer for Justice League on the next page for an even closer look at the upcoming DC team up event!