The Flash Director Breaks Down the Film’s Baby Shower Sequence
The Flash Director Breaks Down the Film’s Baby Shower Sequence In an interview with CBR, The Flash director Andy Muschietti broke down the film’sThe Flash Director Breaks Down the Film’s Baby Shower Sequence “baby shower” sequence, which features Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) traveling back in time to prevent his mother’s murder. The sequence is set at a baby shower for Iris West (Kiersey Clemons), and it features some of the film’s most visually stunning moments.
Muschietti said that the sequence was inspired by the opening of Back to the Future, and that he wanted to create a “visually stunning” and “emotionally powerful” scene. He also confirmed that the many shots in the sequence feature Miller themselves, and not a stunt performer or digital double.
“It was a very complex sequence to shoot,” Muschietti said. “We had to shoot it in a very specific way, because we had to use a lot of CGI to achieve some of the more spectacular shots. But Ezra was amazing. They were really committed to the sequence, and they did a lot of the work themselves.”
The baby shower sequence is one of the most anticipated scenes in The Flash, and it’s sure to be a highlight of the film. Muschietti’s comments suggest that the sequence will be both visually stunning and emotionally powerful, and it’s sure to be a memorable moment in the film’s history.
Here are some additional details about the baby shower sequence:
- It was filmed at Goodenough College in London.
- It features a number of visual effects, including a shot of Barry Allen running through a collapsing building.
- It is set to the song “Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush.
- It is said to be one of the most emotionally powerful scenes in the film.
The Flash is scheduled to be released in theaters on June 23, 2023.