Ezra Miller’s ‘The Flash’ Will Screen at CinemaCon 2023
“The Flash” is set to blaze through CinemaCon 2023, where Warner Bros. Pictures will screen Ezra Miller’s upcoming superhero film at the annual convention of movie theater owners in April, Variety is reporting.
Showing the film in this capacity is yet another sign of Warner Bros.’ passionate support of the project, one that has been saddled with controversy due to trouble surrounding the criminal actions of star Ezra Miller. It’ll be the first full screening of “The Flash,” which opens in theaters on June 16.
CinemaCon is taking place in Las Vegas from April 24 through April 27. Major studios typically bring sizzle reels, first-look trailers and trot out celebrities at the yearly gathering, which is designed to get exhibitors pumped about the movies they’ll put on their screens in the coming year.
Showing a completed film usually goes over big with this crowd, full of cineplex honchos and theater managers looking to rub shoulders with Hollywood insiders. Last year, Paramount devoted its hours-long presentation to the first full showing of Tom Cruise’s blockbuster sequel “Top Gun: Maverick,” which played like gangbusters to the room of cinema owners before becoming a box office sensation.
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