The fastest living person on Earth starring in the fastest superhero movie, how's that? Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt, the man holding the record for being the fastest man ever in history, wishes to make a cameo appearance in DC Comics Extended Universe's movie "The Flash".
When Usain Bolt was asked in an interview with MTV International whether he would like to make an appearance in a superhero movie or not, he not only answered affirmatively but also chose the perfect movie to make a cameo appearance in.
Reportedly, Bolt said, "Yeah that would be pretty cool, to maybe do a cameo in The Flash, or something. ... Let me talk to some people."
If the makers actually think about it and it eventually happens, it will be an exciting event. As the movie has yet to begin production, it can actually happen and Bolt along with Ezra Miller. In fact, Miller and the rest of the cast and crew of the movie "The Flash" have not begun shooting of the movie.
"The Flash" also faced a lot of problems in its way, including losing Rick Famuyiwa as director. Famuyiwa is the second director who is to take on the movie after Seth Grahame-Smith left the role, Yibada reported.
Having Usain Bolt's cameo appearance in the movie "The Flash" is just an idea and we need to wait and watch if such a thing will happen. Meanwhile, DCEU executive producer Deborah Synder gave a few hints as what to look forward to about the film.
Snyder told Forbes: "As you can imagine, when we get to the Flash movie, Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher - who plays Cyborg - are kind of our youngest characters, and they have a really nice comradery with each other."
Snyder further added,"Ezra is super funny, so the tone of that film will be very different than the rest of them."