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JUSTICE LEAGUE (2017): Kiersey Clemons Discusses Her Cameo as Iris West

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Kiersey Clemons On Her Iris West Cameo in Justice League

With The Flash in search for a new director, that hasn’t stopped any of the Flash characters from appearing in other DC films. Ezra Miller, who appeared as Barry Allen in Batman v Superman, will come back in Zack Snyder’s Justice League. But Barry won’t be the only one coming.

For a few months, we’ve known that Kiersey Clemons would be making her DCEU as Iris West in the upcoming film Justice League. We’ll also be seeing Billy Crudup as Henry Allen, father of Barry, which we got to see in the new trailer.

During an interview with Modeliste Magazine, they asked Clemons about what’s coming up for her in 2017. The actress mentioned her cameo in a new DC film while also talking about what it was like to be in a big ensemble superhero film.

This November, I’m making a cameo in Justice League as Iris West and it’s the first time that you meet her before we get to see her in The Flash with Ezra Miller. It was my first time doing something so extravagant like that. We filmed in London and that’s one of my favorite places.

Even though The Flash hasn’t found a director yet, Robert Zemeckis has been a frontrunner to direct. For now, you can see the Scarlett Speedster on TV with Grant Gustin and Candice Patton playing Barry and Iris in The CW.

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