REPORT: Warner Bros.' "Flash" Film May Arrive Sooner than Expected

While an official release date has yet to be announced for Warner Bros.' "Flash" film, it's been widely believed that the movie, starring Ezra Miller as the fleet-footed hero, was the untitled DC Comics-based film the studios slated for March 23, 2018.

A report today, from The Hollywood Reporter, indicates that the "mystery movie" based on a DC Comics character, has been shifted to arrive earlier in the month, on March 16.

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Though details remains scarce about the big screen take on the Scarlet Speedster, last month's Justice League special on The CW offered a glimpse of concept art featuring the hero. The special also revealed early logo art for the movie, along with logos and concept art for "Cyborg," "Aquaman," and an as-yet unannounced Green Lantern Corps film.

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