The Flash Box Office: The Scarlet Speedster big screen debut stumbles with a 130 million opening weekend collection
The Flash hit theaters worldwide last week.
Despite receiving mostly positive reviews, The Flash movie has failed to meet the expected opening weekend box office predictions having only earned 55 million from the North American market in three days.
As of the end of the fourth day, the movie has collected 64 million domestically and still not met the studio's early prediction of 70 million.
Currently, the movie has a 66% critic score and 85% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, hopefully, the movie will be able to regain moments in the coming days.
Andy Muschietti directs the movie and the cast includes Ezra Miller, Michael Keaton, Sasha Calle, Ron Livingston, Kiersey Clemons, Sasha Calle, and Maribel Verdú.
From the trailer of the movie, it is clear that it will have a similar plot to the critically acclaimed Flashpoint comics, in which Barrly Allen aka The Flash travels back in time to save his mother's life which creates an alternate timeline where the world is about to end.
We also know that Micheal Keaton's Batman and The Flash have to rescue her from a government facility and it is clear that since she was locked away in a dark room without any exposure to the yellow rays of the Earth's Sun, thus making her weak at least initially.
The Flash movie had a troubled production and was delayed several times but it will be finally hitting the big screen this Month.
The movie will be a reboot of the DC franchise and will set up the newly formed DCU so that this movie will serve as a farewell to many beloved superhero characters.
However, The Flash director Andy Muschietti has officially confirmed that he will be directing the upcoming Batman: The Brave and The Bold movie.
The movie will be the first Batman movie in the new DCU and the third movie in the new lineup after Blue Beetle and Superman: Legacy.