New Flash Set Photo May Reveal The Movie’s Real Villain


The Flash was filming on location in London today and with the cameras rolling less than 5 minutes from my front door I thought it’d rude not to head over and see what was going on. It proved to be worth the trip, as I got to see a scene being shot with Ezra Miller and Michael Keaton, a bunch of Central City vehicles on the streets, and Bruce Wayne’s awesome-looking black supercar.

However, there was one detail that almost went unnoticed in the excitement. Nearby were the actors’ trailers and make-up studio. These featured signs saying who they were for: “Barry West/The Flash”, “Iris West” and so on. But one simply (and enigmatically) said “Subject Zero”.

Check it out:


So, who or what is Subject Zero? Well, readers of the comics ‘Flashpoint’ arc (which this movie takes heavy inspiration from) may recognize the name.

In that story we visit a timeline where the government is secretly conducting ‘Project Superman’, an attempt to create extremely powerful supersoldiers. Lieutenant Neil Sinclair is selected to be the first candidate and is renamed Subject Zero, but as his vast powers develop he gradually goes insane and becomes a homicidal maniac. The scientists promptly shift their focus to Subject One, an alien who crashed into Metropolis known as Kal-El.

In ‘Flashpoint’ Subject Zero is eventually put down by Superman, The Flash‘s take on the character will likely be somewhat different. Even so, after seeing Barry Allen struggle to cope with the reanimated Superman in Justice League, he may have quite the fight on his hands if this character makes the leap to the big screen


Then again, if we’re traveling through alternative universes who knows what could be on the cards? Perhaps director Andy Muschietti might surprise us with an alternative version of Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel? Let’s hope we get more hints soon.

The Flash zips into theaters November 22, 2022.


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