The Flash will be released very soon, a film that has had a complicated process but is being liked a lot.
After many delays, reshoots, and scandals involving Ezra Miller, The Flash movie will soon be hitting theaters around the world. For now, the first critics and celebrities who have already seen it, such as Tom Cruise or Stephen King, only say wonders, so soon we will see if people come to the theaters to enjoy it.
The question is: success or failure? Early estimates predict that The Flash could fetch between $115-140 million in its first weekend in the United States alone. Leaving the number of his tour in theaters in the USA at about 280 to 375 million dollars. While worldwide it could reach about 700 – 770 million. That is, it would have similar numbers to The Batman, the DC Comics movie that was released in 2022. So the bottom line is that it may be profitable, but it won’t be a scandalous success.
Now, we can only wait until June 16 when it hits theaters to find out if the box office experts are right. But it is clear that a month of June is coming that is heavily loaded with major releases, so it could affect the numbers. Since The Flash will be released surrounded by Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse (June 2), Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (June 9) and Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate (June 30).
What is the movie about?
After the events of Justice League, speedster The Flash is one of Earth’s greatest heroes. However, he fails to get his father out of jail. For this reason, he decides to travel in time and avoid the death of his mother. By getting it, he causes chaos and changes the present. Also, he gets stuck on an Earth with no people with powers in the year 2013 just as he attacks General Zod. Therefore, they have to look for the younger version of him and together they find a retired Batman and Supergirl, who has been locked up all her life. So they will have to save humanity, while Barry Allen undoes everything he has caused.
The cast includes Ben Affleck as Batman, Sasha Calle as Supergirl, Michael Keaton as Batman, Ezra Miller as Barry Allen, Michael Shannon as General Zod, Temuera Morrison as Tom Curry, Ron Livingston as Henry Allen, Antje Traue as Faora-UI, Maribel Verdú as Nora Allen and Kiersey Clemons as Iris West.