The Flash Movie: Early reactions hype up the Scarlet Speedster's entry into the multiverse

    The first reactions to The Flash movie are out

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    The Flash movie has its first screening at Comiccon and the first reactions from audiences seem to confirm what James Gunn said about the movie.

    Earlier this year, the head of DC Studio James Gunn was asked by fans on social media about The Flash movie and he called it one of the greatest superhero movies ever made.

    And it seems everyone who has seen that movie agrees with that sentiment. The movie is based on the critically acclaimed Flashpoint comic, in which Barrley Allen aka The Flash travels back in time to save his mother's life only to end up creating one of the worst timelines in the DC universe.

    So without further ado let's see what people have to say about the upcoming superhero movie.

    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.

    The Flash movie had one of the most troubled DC movies that had multiple issues before and after production has to be The Flash starring Ezra Miller. The movie had a troubled pre-production with many writers and directors dropping out of the project left and right.

    Finally, the studio hired 'It' director Andy Muschietti to helm the project and rework the script and the movie finally began production in 2021.

    In a recent interview director, Andy Muschietti talked about the movie's troubled production and that he believes that it helped improve the final product as it gave them the time to perfect the movie and create something audiences will love.

    In the movie, The Flash will be teaming up with Micheal Keaton's Batman and Sasha Calle's Supergirl to fix the timeline.

    However, before they can do that they will have to find a way to stop General Zod and his men from destroying the world.

    The Flash will hit theaters worldwide on June 16, 2023.