Warner Bros. will be screening The Flash at CinemaCon 2023, more than six weeks before the DC movie will hit theaters.
Those lucky few attending CinemaCon 2023 will be in for a treat as Variety has reported that Warner Bros will be screening The Flash in its entirety. The convention will be held in Las Vegas from April 24th to April 27th. This means that CinemaCon attendees will see The Flash in its entirety.
DC Studios’ head James Gunn claimed that The Flash10 is “probably the greatest superhero movies ever produced,10″. This CinemaCon debut is yet another example of how highly Warner Bros views the film. This is not the first time a studio has shown an entire movie at CinemaCon. Paramount Pictures showed Top gun: Maverick last year with Chris Bumbray in attendance. Bumbray will be returning for CinemaCon 2023, so you can look forward to his first reaction to The Flash right here on JoBlo.com.
“Worlds collide in The Flash when Barry uses his superpowers to travel back in time in order to change the events of the past,” reads the official synopsis of The Flash. “But Barry is trapped in a future in which General Zod has returned and threatens annihilation. Barry must find a way to coax a different Batman out of retirement and free a Kryptonian who is still in prison. But it’s not the one he wants. Barry’s only hope to save the world he lives in and return to the future he knows is to race for his own life. But will making the ultimate sacrifice be enough to reset the universe?“
In addition to Ezra Miller, the cast of The Flash includes Michael Keaton, Sasha Calle, Michael Shannon, Ron Livingston, Maribel Verdu, Antje Traue, Kiesery Clemons, and Ben Affleck. Ezra Miller’s future is unknown, but James Gunn and Peter Safran remain awaiting to see how The flash10 are received. Peter Safran, co-CEO of DCU Studios, stated that Ezra Miller is fully committed to their recovery. “We are fully supportive of the journey they are on right now. We’ll all work together to find the best way forward when the time is right and they feel ready. They are focusing on their recovery right now. And in our conversations with them over the last couple of months, it feels like they’re making enormous progress.“The Flash will hit theaters on