The Flash has been one of the most anticipated DC films. While the film did go through some controversial phases due to Ezra Miller’s legal disputes, things started working out for the better after Miller decided to commit to their recovery. The film is set to hit theatres this June, and the co-CEO of DC Studios has already described the upcoming film as one of the best superhero films ever made.
However, the opinion is not limited to James Gunn only. According to a DC insider, the upcoming action-adventure film is quite possibly the best DC film ever made.
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The Flash is Deemed the Best DC Movie
Followed by his cameos in Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, Ezra Miller joined the cast of the 2017 film Justice League as The Flash. The actor is also set to star in his first standalone film, The Flash.
However, Miller’s controversies and legal issues became the highlight of the film. The studio at one point considered recasting the Scarlet Speedster for their future movies if Miller did not agree to receive the professional help. The studio continued working on the film and pushed its release date from November 2022 to June 2023.
The Flash is just a few months away from its release, and it is already being showered with praises ahead of its release. Recently the graphic artist Kode Adbo, popularly known as Boss Logic, shared how his perspective towards the film has changed.
Someone I know who I highly respect their opinions on things that has also seen the #flash movie said it is quite possibly the best DC movie made, up there with the best comic book movies made.
Wasn't too hype for it, but I kinda am now 😁 pic.twitter.com/fPNLnvvLDU
— BossLogic (@Bosslogic) February 11, 2023
He shared that someone he knows and respects has seen The Flash, and they have described the film as the best DC film ever made. He also shared that although he was not too excited about the film earlier, listening to that person’s opinion has changed his mind, and he is now looking forward to The Flash.
This has come as a hope for the film and DC fans. People also claimed that the film would have been good if the studio did not consider firing Ezra Miller despite their controversies and legal issues. However, this is not the first time The Flash has received praise prior to its release. The new co-CEO, James Gunn, has also been impressed with Andy Muschietti’s film.
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James Gunn Called The Flash One of the Best Superhero Movies Ever
The Flash plays an important role in James Gunn’s new DCU. The co-CEO of DC Studios has shared that the events of the film would reset the DC universe. He also mentioned it as a “fantastic film” which would reset the DCU. According to Variety, the co-CEO of DC Studios has described The Flash as “one of the greatest superhero movies ever made.”
Peter Safran also shared that Ezra Miller is committed to their recovery and that they would like to “figure out the best path forward” with the Fantastic Beasts star. Peter Safran said. “We are fully supportive of that journey that they’re on right now. When the time is right when they feel like they’re ready to have the discussion.”
The co-CEO also said that they noticed enormous progress in Miller over the last few months. So far, the co-CEOs have not said anything regarding Miller’s future in the DCU.
However, the director has said that he is not planning to recast every DC character, and stars like Jason Momoa and Zachary Levi are expected to continue to portray their respective DC characters in the future. The same is assumed for the Justice League actor.
The Flash is set to release on 16 June 2023.
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