The description below follows Ezra Miller as Barry Allen, entering an abandoned brick building with lots of colorful graffiti which he has co-opted for his home. He turns on the power and his apartment lights up with tons of computer monitors all over the place. The light reveals Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne sitting in a chair.
“Barry Allen, Bruce Wayne.”
“You said that like it explains why there’s a total stranger in my place sitting in my second favorite chair,” quips Allen.
“Tell me about this…” Wayne presents Allen a printout showing the security footage of Allen which was retrieved from Lex Luthor’s hard drive in Batman v Superman. Allen looks at the paper incredulously.
“This is… uhh… a person who looks exactly like me but is definitely not me. Somebody, hippy, long hair. Very attractive Jewish boy… who drinks milk. I don’t drink milk.”
Wayne is not amused. “I know you have abilities, I just don’t know what they are…”
Allen quips, “My special skills include viola, web design, fluent in sign language, gorilla sign language…”
Wayne has stopped listening and is admiring Allen’s prototype Flash costume which is in the middle of the room.
Looking closer at the Flash suit, Wayne notices its made of “silicon base and quartz fabric, heat resistant.”
Allen tries to explain what the superhero costume is for: “Yeah, I also do ice dancing.”
“They use it on the space shuttle to keep it from burning up on reentry,” comments Wayne.
Barry responds that the suit is for “very competitive ice dancing.” Barry turns and continues, “Look man, I don’t know who you are but whoever you’re looking for is not me.”
While Barry is turned, Bruce Wayne takes the opening to chuck a Batarang at the young superhero. Almost instantly time slows down and we are engulfed into Barry Allen’s world of slow-motion as he dodges the incoming weapon and notices that it’s a metal throwing star in the form of the Batman logo. He reaches out and grabs it, catching it.
We transition into real time as Barry looks at Bruce, “You’re the Batman?
Bruce now understands, “So you’re fast?”
Barry remarks, “That feels like an over simplification.”
Bruce is not amused, so he gets to the point: “I’m putting together a team, people with special abilities. You see, I believe enemies are coming…”
Allen interrupts him, “Stop right there, I’m in!”
Wayne surprised, “Just like that?”
“Yeah,” responds Allen, taking a few seconds to admit, “I need friends.”
“Great,” says Wayne relieved.
Barry still looking at the Batarang, “Can I keep this?”
Justice League hits theaters November 10 2017!