Warner Bros’ The Flash Gets Rave Reviews at CinemaCon

Warner Bros’ The Flash Gets Rave Reviews at CinemaCon

Warner Bros. has unveiled its highly-anticipated DC multiverse movie, The Flash, at CinemaCon Las Vegas, and it has already received rave reviews. The movie brings together Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton’s Batmans, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Michael Shannon’s General Zod, and Sasha Calle’s new Supergirl. Despite being delayed due to the pandemic, the film is set to release on June 16, and the studio is confident that it will be a smash hit.

Exhibitor Reactions

Vue Cinemas Boss Tim Richards and Kentucky-based exhibitor Rick Roman have both said that they loved The Flash. They praised the film’s heart, soul, and character development, and predicted that it would be a big hit. One studio dine-in chain exhibitor even went as far as to say that it was one of the best DC films ever made. The audience at the screening loved it, with some even crying during emotional scenes. The film’s inclusion of Batman was also praised, with many calling it a smart move that would make the movie even more successful.


The Flash is expected to be a massive hit for Warner Bros, with box office analysts predicting that it will make a significant contribution to the $9 billion box office year goal for 2023. DC boss James Gunn has already hailed the film as one of the greatest superhero movies ever made, and it is expected to reset the DC universe. Despite lead star Ezra Miller’s off-set controversies, including several reported altercations and a liquor robbery, the studio has remained committed to the film and is confident that it will be a success. The Flash is expected to be a dazzling trip through time that pays tribute to the DC universe’s past while charting a new course for the future.


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