Ezra Miller’s ‘The Flash’ Sets Record Test Scores for a DCEU Film – Up News Info
A source deep within Warner Bros tells me the staff are pretty puzzled as to how things are going since new CEO David Zaslav was hired.
If you recall, in July it was reported that he had rejected the pitch for a new Clint Eastwood movie. Eastwood has been a mainstay of Warners for over 50 years.
On the superhero front, I’m told Sazlav isn’t happy with what he’s seen from ‘Aquaman 2’, which is currently in post-production, but not enough to shelve it as ‘Batgirl’. .
Meanwhile, Sazlav and company have Ezra Miller, aka The Flash, mugging people around the world left and right, but this movie stays put. Miller recently sought help for a crisis of “mental illness”, I’m sure he will be fine.
Sazlav is actually a big fan of “The Flash”. That’s why there will probably be no more delays regarding this film. it is indeed a 2023 release, although its budget has supposedly skyrocketed to nearly $300 million.
Directed by Andrés Muschietti, “The Flash” is said to be one of the best DCEU films, and a recent test screening of the film on 11/8/22 only bolstered Sazlav’s confidence in the finished product. I’m told “The Flash” got the highest test scores in DCEU history.
Miller is said to be perfect in the role. The film is also Michael Keaton’s big return as Batman, and he would play a very important role in the plot, appearing in more than half of the film’s 140 minutes.
Along the way, there are cameos from Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, and Jason Momoa. There is also a CGI version of Christopher Reeve as Superman. How does Reeve present himself exactly? Much of the plot has to do with Flash’s desire to change his past and bring his mother back with a space-time continuum – this causes Flash to start seeing past DC heroes like Reeves, Adam West, Helen Slater and Linda Carter.
“Humorous, thrilling and moving” is what one person told me about “The Flash”.