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The Flash movie test screening reaction revealed, Sasha Calle’s Supergirl gets praise, Runtime & more

The Flash movie test screening reaction revealed, Sasha Calle’s Supergirl gets praise, Runtime & more

The Flash movie apparently had another test screening earlier this week and more details from insiders have surfaced regarding Ezra Miller’s speedster, Sasha Calle’s Supergirl and the movie’s runtime. The upcoming flick directed by Andy Muschietti explores DCEU’s multiverse with stars like Michael Keaton’s Dark Knight from the Burtonverse, Michael Shanon’s Zod and ‎Antje Traue’s Faora-Ul from Snyderverse reprising their roles.

Warner Bros. The Flash continues to be dragged into the spotlight for reasons other than moviegoers’ interest in the DC film franchise. Though Miller’s controversy remains unresolved – it doesn’t seem to be stopping work behind the scenes, as insiders reveal the studio recently conducted a test screening to gauge audience reactions. But opinions are divided with some saying test screening audiences enjoyed it while others are calling it mid-tier.

One insider, Daniel RPK stated The Flash movie was rated by the test screening audience “6 or a 7 out of 10.” But another individual was told it was on the level of Matt ReevesThe Batman. The only opinion to line up was praise for Calle’s Supergirl with every insider saying audiences loved her adaptation.

In regard to Miller – one particular scene detail reveals the speedster loses his powers at some point but fails to realize and continues running in the same style as shown in Justice League. Another takeaway from an insider is that the film’s runtime stands at 2hour 30 minutes. It’s unclear if the movie could be cut down more for the theatrical version. Nevertheless, fans are cautioned to take this news with a grain of salt.

A first look for the movie was revealed at DCFanDome 2021 and there’s been no update since then except a new clip was screened at Warner Bros. DC film presentation for CinemaCon 2022. But due to unfinished VFX, it hasn’t been publicly released yet. Meanwhile, Miller’s arrest controversy even led to rumors of recasting the DC role with Dylan O’Brien but Warner Bros. has no current plans to replace Miller.

Directed from a script penned by Christina Hodson, The Flash also stars Ben Affleck’s Batman, probably his last appearance donning the cape. The Flash arrives in theatres on June 23, 2023.

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