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The 1st Teaser Poster For Ezra Miller's The Flash Is Finally Here

The 1st Teaser Poster For Ezra Miller's The Flash Is Finally Here

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The first trailer for the film debuts during the Super Bowl.

We finally have our first teaser poster for The Flash.

After many years — and even many more scandals — controversial star Ezra Miller’s The Flash movie is coming out this summer, and we’re about to get our first good look at it this weekend.

Ahead of this weekend’s Super Bowl, where the first trailer for The Flash will debut, Warner Bros. has released the first official teaser poster for the movie.

The poster shows Miller’s Flash standing on top of a platform in a cave, possibly the Bat Cave. Above him is the silhouette of a ship that looks like Batman’s classic Batwing plane from Batman: The Animated Series.

Originally, both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton were to reprise their roles as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the multiverse-spanning movie, but rumors have said that significant changes have been made, including with cameos from other heroes.

The Flash has faced a lot of ups and downs over the past few years of production. Miller’s Flash movie was originally slated to release in 2018, but a rotating team of writers and directors delayed the project significantly. Finally, the film found its footing and was supposed to be released in July of 2022.

However, star Ezra Miller's increasing legal troubles further delayed the film, and led a lot of people to speculate Miller would be replaced or the movie would be scrapped.

Miller has reportedly been involved in several violent incidents with women, including one where they were filmed choking a woman. After that, they were arrested in Hawaii for disorderly conduct, and then again in Vermont for breaking into a neighbor’s house and stealing three bottles of alcohol.

Miller has recently apologized and said they are working on their mental health. "I want to apologize to everyone that I have alarmed and upset with my past behavior," they said in a public apology. "I am committed to doing the necessary work to get back to a healthy, safe, and productive stage in my life."

Warner Bros. decided to stick with Miller and push the film to its current release date of June 16, 2023.

The first trailer for The Flash will debut this upcoming Sunday during the Super Bowl.
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