‘The Flash’: First Set Photos Reveal Batman ’89’s Wayne Manor!! Check It Out!!

The first group of set photos from The Flash movie features the return of Wayne Manor from 1989’s Batman starring Michael Keaton.

The trio of images shared on Twitter shows a Warner Bros. set lighting and rigging truck on the lot of the Knebworth House, which is being used once again as the home of Bruce Wayne in The Flash. Trucks, cranes and workers can also be seen unloading props and equipment on the front lawn, with ladders leaning against the front facade.

The Knebworth House is located in Hertfordshire and was one of the many attractions of Tim Burton‘s Batman movie, which helped to spearhead the adaptation of comic books onto the big screen. The house has since been used for other filming locations and is open as a tourist attraction, concert and event venue.

Michael Keaton finally confirmed his return as Batman for The Flash in April, after a June 2020 report stated he was in talks to reprise his role from Batman and 1992’s Batman Returns. Of course, Keaton is not the only former Batman to suit back up for The Flash, as Ben Affleck will become the Dark Knight once again for the feature film. Other recent castings include Ron Livingston replacing Billy Crudup as Henry AllenMaribel Verdú as Nora Allen, Kiersey Clemons reprising her Iris West role from Justice League, and Sasha Calle as DC’s first Latina Supergirl.

Directed by Andy Muschietti from a script by Christina Hodson, The Flash stars Ezra Miller, Michael Keaton, Ben Affleck, Sasha Calle, Kiersey Clemons, Ron Livingston, Maribel Verdú, Saroise-Monica Jackson and Rudy Mancuso. The film arrives in theaters Nov. 4, 2022.


via CBR

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