The makers of Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice have been sharing enough images and costume details of their key characters - Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) - with fans, online. Director Zack Snyder even posted an image of a suited up Aquaman (Jason Momoa) - which now leaves only Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and The Flash (Ezra Miller) as the Justice League members whose costumes continue to remain a secret.
In September, actor Ezra Miller - who will play The Flash/ Barry Allen in the DC Cinematic Universe (rumoured to give a cameo in Batman v Superman/ Suicide Squad) teased some details about his version of The Flash describing the costume as "post apocalypctic." This led to fans speculating that the speeding superhero's suit might be similar to what the character has in the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game. The latest report from Den of Geek seems to further solidify that possibility.
According to the website, the movie costume will be "tech-based" in an effort to avoid "any comparison to the well designed and received TV version". The website's sources reckon the designers are taking inspiration directly from the Gods Among Us game to come up with an outfit that will "look more like armor".
Also, latest rumours suggest that Miller's Barry Allen will be something of a "tech-geek" in addition to his forensic scientist day job - so he may not even seek outside help to design his suit as he does on the CW series. The Flash movie is currently slated to release on 23 March 2018.