During CinemaCon, Warner Bros. strained their impending DC superhero movie, “The Flash,” for the first time. Despite an embargo on official reviews until later, viewers could share their reactions on social media immediately after the screening.
Brian Welk from Indiewire praised the film for playing well and eliciting screams and gasps from the audience.
Film critic Jordan Hoffman praised the film’s madcap energy and Ezra Miller’s performance. Scott Mantz went even further, declaring it one of the best DC movies ever.
Erik Davis of Fandango called the movie “tremendous” and “one of the best superhero movies ever made.”
Who Is The Creator Of “The Flash?”
Warner Bros.’s highly anticipated film “The Flash,” created by Andy Muschietti, is set to be released on June 16 and is expected to be a blockbuster hit.
The movie follows Barry Allen’s attempt to change the past and save his parents, resulting in him being trapped in an alternate reality.
The movie also features Michael Keaton’s version of Batman. Its $200 million budget makes it one of the most expensive films in DC history.
Despite the controversy around its star, Ezra Miller, Warner Bros. remains committed to releasing the film.
The studio’s confidence in “The Flash” was bolstered by positive reactions from James Gunn, Tom Cruise, and other industry insiders.