The Flash Isn't as Good as The Dark Knight Trilogy Contrary to Test Screening Report

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It goes without saying that the DC Extended Universe has produced several lackluster films over the last couple of years with the exception of good ones like Wonder Woman and Aquaman. As hard as it is to admit, the franchise has had a hard time replicating the success of past DC films.

Flash
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Interestingly, a recent report claimed that Ezra Miller's upcoming standalone The Flash film, although plagued with negative publicity due to the actor's personal issues is on track to be the DCEU's next big hit and it's even being compared to Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy.

However, before fans of the franchise get all excited about the film's rumored test screening scores, a new report from Syl Abdul debunks the promising news. According to the DCEU scooper, there's no truth to the previous reports claiming The Flash received test screening scores on par with Christopher Nolan's iconic Batman trilogy.

He claims that people who have seen multiple cuts of the test screening say all three acts of the film "could use work". However, he did note that Ezra Miller shines in the film and is the heart of the story.


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The same source previously reported that The Flash, along with other films like Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and Shazam! Fury of the Gods are being reworked although David F. Sandberg already denied that his film will be undergoing reshoots.

As it stands, The Flash is currently scheduled to hit cinemas on June 23, 2023.