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Reportedly, Flash is “A Favorite” From Early Screenings For ‘Justice League’

There are some lucky people out there, as they have been able to watch Justice League at an early test screening. And according to reports from those reactions, Flash is the “collective favourite”.

Played by Ezra Miller (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, We Need to Talk About Kevin, The Perks of Being a Wallflower), Barry has already been teased in the popular film Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice via Luthor’s files and on Suicide Squad in an uncredited cameo when he captured Captain Boomerang early on the movie.

However, his official introduction to the audience and to the DCEU will be in the upcoming Justice League the movie that will unite “seven” superheroes, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and Flash against those who want to conquer the Earth.


Last week, Warner Bros. chose some lucky people to preview Justice League, and while full reviews are under embargo, there are out there some clipped and short reactions of the film, and they seem to be pretty positive ones.

Yesterday, Geoff Johns provided additional insight from the early screenings speaking at the NATO (National Association of Theater Owners) Fall Summit, revealing that the crow’s favourite is the Scarlet Speedster.

So far, we know that the League will be united by Bruce Wayne, thanks to his faith in humanity restored by Superman’s death and the imminent threat that is Steppenwolf and his Parademons, and while his interactions with Flash seem to hint at a mentor/mentee relationship, there’s not much information out there to know about Barry’s character in the film.


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However, in what we’ve seen, promotional videos with other cast members, and the fact that is Ezra Miller, an actor who has a great charisma and joyful personality, seems to hint us that Barry is in good hands.

What do you think about this? Are you excited for Justice League?
Let us know in the comments below!

The League will unite on November 17, 2017, in all theatres across the world.

Source: Screen Rant

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