The Flash: Full Movie Leaks on Twitter Generating 1.7 Million Views

Credit: WB

Credit: WB

Just when it looked like Warner Bros. finally struck gold with The Flash, thanks to the rousing early reviews and endorsements from some of the biggest names in Hollywood, the Ezra Miller-led film has surprisingly been struggling to hit its mark with audiences.

While the multiversal film is easily one of the best ones the DC Extended Universe has put out in recent memory, it appears that not everyone in the comic book film fandom is invested and a lot of factors — from Ezra's controversies to the universe being convoluted as a whole have contributed to the film's unfortunate decline.

Now, The Flash suffers another blow after the entirety of the film gets uploaded on Twitter. Yup, all 2 hours and 24 minutes of it!

Amid Underwhelming Box Office Performance, The Flash Leaks on Twitter Generating 1.7 Million Views

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Credit: WB

The DC fandom was rocked over the weekend after Twitter user @BriYoshFR posted the entire film in cam-ripped quality. What's even more shocking is how it took a while before the platform's authorities took the leak down and before being removed, it was able to garner a whopping 1.7 million views.

The said user who also recently uploaded Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse in full has since been suspended.

Also Read: The Flash Underperforms on Its Opening Weekend Box Office

Obviously, the said leak hurts the film's box office potential, and considering a good number of users were able to watch it on the platform, there's a good chance they won't bother seeing it in cinemas.

It's worth noting that WB isn't closing its doors on greenlighting a sequel but in order for it to happen, the film reportedly needs to generate the same box office profit as Matt Reeves' The Batman which grossed $771 million worldwide.

Currently, The Flash has crossed $200 million at the global box office and with only two weeks left in its theatrical run, things aren't looking great for its potential sequel.

DC's The Flash is screening in cinemas everywhere.

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