DC unveils first poster of ‘The Flash’ featuring Barry Allen in the bat cave

The first poster for the upcoming DC movie “The Flash,” which is scheduled to hit theaters on June 16th, was just released by Warner Bros. and DC Studios.

Despite the tabloid headlines the actor made last year, a USA-based entertainment news outlet claims that the film, which stars Justice League’s Ezra Miller as Barry Allen, AKA The Flash, has a lot of buzz surrounding it.

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He is receiving care for a mental health illness that had not yet been identified. At the studio’s press day, co-chairman of New DC Studios James Gunn referred to the stand-alone DC character film as “arguably one of the finest superhero movies ever created.”

The Flash is depicted on the billboard wearing a brand-new outfit that has golden yellow stripes that shine in the darkness around him.

The poster’s most striking element, meanwhile, is the iconic silhouette of the ’89 Bat Symbol—possibly the Batwing—hovering over the protagonist, hinting at the important part that Batman will play in the narrative.

‘The Flash’ was originally scheduled to open last year but got pushed during a logjam of features in post-production due to Covid.

The Andy Muschietti-directed film is said to use the DC universe in a similar manner to Marvel/”Spider-Man: Sony’s No Way Home,” although not to a greater extent. Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton as Batman are reportedly among those who feature in a time-bending journey.

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Mridha Shihab Mahmud is a writer, content editor and photojournalist. He works as a staff reporter at News Hour. He is also involved in humanitarian works through a trust called Safety Assistance For Emergencies (SAFE). Mridha also works as film director. His passion is photography. He is the chief respondent person in Mymensingh Film & Photography Society. Besides professional attachment, he loves graphics designing, painting, digital art and social networking.
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