The runtime of the much-anticipated Flash trailer, which will be shown for the first time on February 12 at Super Bowl LVII, has been revealed.
The full trailer is anticipated to be around two and a half minutes long, according to @Cryptic4KQual on Twitter. If this is accurate, the Flash trailer will be about the same length as the six-month-old trailer for Shazam! Fury of the Gods.
However, it's unlikely that the complete trailer will be showcased at Super Bowl LVII. Instead, Warner Bros. Pictures will upload the full trailer online sometime after the Super Bowl event. It's worth noting that Warner Bros. Pictures has not unveiled a trailer at the Super Bowl in the last 17 years.
In October 2021, at the DC FanDome Event, DC released a teaser trailer that disclosed the film's multiverse plot and the return of Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman. The cryptic teaser was sufficient to raise fans' expectations, but DC fell short when they pushed back the film's release date from November 4, 2022, to June 23.
The actor who portrays Barry Allen/The Flash, Ezra Miller, has lately gone on the lam and damaged his reputation. Miller's contract was reportedly set to be terminated by David Zaslav as soon as The Flash debuted, according to rumors from Warner Bros. Discovery last year. Recent reports, however, imply that the studio has changed its mind and is willing to keep the actor.
We don't see why WBD officials would decide to retain Miller given the allegations he's been facing. Although it is uncertain whether James Gunn and Peter Safran will continue to work with the 30-year-old actor, many fans believe that the actor is a significant liability to the studio.
The Flash will now be released by Warner Bros. Pictures on June 16, one week earlier than originally planned, following successful test screenings.