The Flash has found their new Henry Allen. Billy Crudup was originally cast, playing the role in Zack Snyder’s Justice League. But due to scheduling conflicts with his Apple+ series, The Morning Show, he will now be replaced by The Conjuring’s Ron Livingston in the standalone Flash film.I’m not familiar with Livingston, but he shares a similar likeness to Ezra Miller. I’m glad they have managed to get someone in so quick to replace Crudup to stop any further delays.
Also joining Livingston in undisclosed roles are Saoirse-Monica Jackson (Derry Girls) and Youtuber Rudy Mancuso.
Starring Ezra Miller, The Flash is gearing up to be one of DC’s most anticipated films. With the multiverse in play, it’s bringing Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton versions of Batman together. Sasha Calle recently joined the cast as Supergirl.
Kiersey Clemons has sealed a deal to return as Iris West.
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Source | Variety
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