Warner Bros. has no worries Flash.
The studio knew they had the goods on a DC Multiverse movie that would combine Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton’s Batmans, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Michael Shannon’s General Zod and a new Supergirl in Sasha Gale. A packed house and many cheers.
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+37% more than $2.5 billion in a box office year already 2022, after the screening the spectators already married the money after the screen went black. There are still tentacles to hit the States for a $9 billion box office year from 2023.
said Vue Cinemas Boss Tim Richards Flash“I absolutely loved it. It has heart, it has soul. You care about the characters. It’s going to be big. It’s great to see the whole Warner Bros. slate, including comedy, horror and DC. Everything our audience craves.”
“It’s one of the best DC movies ever made,” echoed the initial sentiment of one studio dine-in chain exhibitor DC boss James Gunn, who declared the Andy Muschietti-directed, Ezra Miller title “probably one of the best superhero movies ever.” Ever Created,” one that resets the DC universe.
“The audience loved it,” says Kentucky-based exhibitor Rick Roman. It was really good – lots of comedy. At the end, some are emotional and cry. I like how they brought in Batman to support the Flash. Smart move. People watch movies more than once so they have legs.
2016 belongs to the biggest opening for a DC Warner Bros film to date Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice $422.5M worldwide and $166M domestically. James Wan’s is the highest grossing DC movie of all time Son of the sea Todd Phillips’ R-Rated followed by $1.1 billion in 2018 Joker $1.07 billion in 2019.
Deadline spoke with AMC CEO Adam Aron before we all sat down Flash Tonight in Las Vegas. Still, the circuit boss smelled of success after Warner Bros.’ Strong two hour presentation today.
Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslau is aiming for 20 theatrical releases a year, he said.
Aaron, “That’s music to my ears.”
Flash Post-pandemic production was delayed due to a logjam, but finally sees the light on June 16. At the time, Zaslav took the reins of the studio at the newly incorporated Warner Bros. Discovery, the film’s lead star, Ezra. Miller made headlines with several altercations and a liquor robbery at a Vermont neighbor’s house. Miller apologized for their behavior and met with newly crowned Warner Bros. bosses Michael De Luca and Pam Abdi to get the studio to work better. An option to ship this $200M production directly to the studio’s streaming service Max isn’t in the cards; Zaslav is a firm believer in theatrical bottom-line revenue. DC bosses Gunn and Peter Safran updated reporters in January that Miller was progressing well and that the door remained open to a TBD sequel.
During Warner’s CinemaCon presentation today, Muschietti praised the tabloid-laden Miller as “one of the best actors I’ve ever worked with. Every tool in the toolbox… [Miller] An incredible comedian, and [has] All the action needed for a big show like this.”
Despite Miller’s riffraff off-set, other filmmakers praised the actor’s work ethic and talent.
At TIFF, Dollyland Director Mary Harron told Deadline that Miller “surprised me with a complete performance.” The actor insisted that their lines be done in French wherever necessary.
Harron told Us at the time that Miller was “one of the best actors I’ve ever worked with” and hoped the actor would “get the help” he needed.
Pete Hammond, chief film critic of Deadline, said: