It seems that DC Studios really wants people to watch the upcoming The Flash film. Likely to try and take people’s minds off of all the controversy Ezra Miller has been tossing out like a popcorn popper, but that’s beside the point. DC Studios seems to want to get people to watch this upcoming film so much that they’ve even released some new posters for it. Don’t believe me? Then why not check them out for yourself below?

The Flash: Some Very Flashy Posters Indeed

'The Flash' Barry Allen/The Flash poster.
Certainly a very distracting poster, but will it be enough to distract from the controversy?

The official Twitter account for The Flash film has just Tweeted a trio of some actually pretty cool posters. All to promote the upcoming film, of course. You can see one of them above. The poster shows the titular speedy superhero, looking down at the ground after having run so fast that he’s leaving behind molten rock and lightning behind him. He seems to be a bit…in awe of his own powers? Guess this must be a new Barry Allen (played by Ezra Miller). In the background though, you can see what looks like a flaming spaceship set on a crash course. The Flash though, is too in awe of himself to notice. Maybe that will change in the actual film?

'The Flash' Bruce Wayne/Batman poster.
Batman doesn’t need to worry about falling guano. He’s the Batman, after all.

The second The Flash poster stars someone who most definitely isn’t the speedster. Judging by his black bat costume, his cool car, and his dark brooding gaze; you can clearly tell that Bruce Wayne/Batman (played by Michael Keaton) is a major part of this film. How? We don’t know. All we can tell is that he has no fear of criminals or guano.

'The Flash' Kara Zor-El/Supergirl poster.
At last, a female Superman gets to be a star…hopefully.

The third and final The Flash poster gives us Kara Zor-El/Supergirl (played by Sasha Calle). She seems to look a bit more…majestic than either Barry Allen or Bruce Wayne. Rather fitting really for someone with Superman’s powers. We’ll just have to see how she and the other 2 heroes do when we finally get to see the film in theaters on June 16, 2023.