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Flash: What Penn Badgley Could Look Like As DCEU Villain Reverse-Flash

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A new piece of fan art shows what actor Penn Badgley could look like as Reverse-Flash in the upcoming Flash film for the DC Extended Universe. Ezra Miller's Barry Allen/The Flash was featured in Zack Snyder's Justice League; the director's cut of the film now set to premiere on HBO Max in 2021. The upcoming Flash film was initially slated to hit theaters in July 2022 but has recently been moved up a month to June 2022. The release date change has been reported to be directly linked to Captain Marvel 2, which will be opening one week after its original release date.

Though there isn't ample information about 2022's The Flash, the film has been rumored to follow the Flashpoint storyline for the comics. Director Andy Muschietti confirmed these rumors, though the film's story will not be the Flashpoint fans are expecting. If the film tackles that iconic storyline, there's a strong possibility it could feature the infamous villain, Reverse-Flash, since the character plays a crucial role. In Flashpoint, Barry Allen travels back in time to prevent the murder of his mother at the hands of Reverse-Flash, creating an alternate timeline. In the new timeline, Barry is no longer The Flash, Bruce Wayne is no longer Batman, and Aquaman and Wonder Woman are at odds with one another. Reverse-Flash has been heavily featured in the CW's The Flash, where the villain made several appearances throughout the series.

A new piece of artwork created by artist bobby_art shows what Penn Badgley could look like as the infamous Flash villain, Reverse-Flash. The artist notes that his costume design for the character was inspired by Injustice 2. He also states that Badgley would be an excellent fit for the role based on his performance in the Netflix series YOU, where the actor plays an obsessive serial killer. Reverse-Flash is seen sporting a gold and black suit, with a red lightning bolt on his chest. The full image is below.

Badgley has had quite the career resurgence since he starring in the YOU, which Netflix acquired and turned into a massive hit. The series, which is based on novels written by Caroline Kepnes, drew in an estimated forty million viewers in its first month on the streaming service. Netflix renewed YOU for a season 3, set to premiere in 2021. Badgley is also well-known for his work on the CW series Gossip Girl, where he played the character, Dan Humphrey, throughout its six-season run.

Badgley has been an underrated performer for years, popping up in a wide variety of projects and delivering standout performances in films like Margin Call and Easy A. The talented actor delivered a powerhouse performance as Joe Goldberg in YOU's first two seasons, giving a sympathetic, three-dimensional quality to the deranged character. He's clearly able to take on dark, layered roles, and the Reverse-Flash would be right in his wheelhouse. This artwork shows he would look great in the costume as well and is sure to intrigue the most passionate fans out there. Regardless, time will tell who will fill the shoes of Reverse-Flash if the character does indeed end up in The Flash.

Source:  https://screenrant.com/flash-penn-badgley-villain-reverse-flash-fan-art

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