Reportedly testing alongside The Flash and The Dark Knight Movie

Review on the flash and the dark knight movie


This month, Warner Bros. Discovery has taken some surprising financial measures. In addition to canceling other HBO Max shows, they also chose to postpone the Batgirl movie even though filming had already ended. Additionally this week, it was revealed that Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and Shazam! Fury of the Gods would be delayed. Many people have pondered the future of The Flash movie in light of all of these unexpected changes. Although Ezra Miller, the star, has recently experienced some legal issues, it appears that the production firm is still planning to release the movie. It turns out that the film has performed remarkably well in tests.

Despite Miller’s difficulties, Warner Bros. Discovery is still “hopeful” that The Flash will be a hit, according to a recent article from The Hollywood Reporter. The film is getting the “best scores at test viewing since Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight flicks,” despite not being released until next summer. The studio now thinks they have a “critical and box office hit on our hands,” as a result.

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Miller and his agent Scott Metzger reportedly met with the new Warner Bros. film chiefs Michael De Luca and Pam Abdy on Wednesday, August 24, according to information published by The Hollywood Reporter on Friday. Miller reportedly reiterated their dedication to The Flash and apologized for the recent negative news their actions have generated, according to the article, even though the meeting’s specifics have not been made public. According to a source in the report, “The Flash is important to them. They enjoy playing this character the most.”

Miller said in a statement to Variety earlier this month: “Having recently gone through a moment of extreme distress, I now understand that I am suffering from complicated mental health difficulties and have started continuing treatment.” “I regret alarming and upsetting anyone with my previous actions. I’m determined to put forth the effort required to return to a safe, secure, and productive period of my life.”

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