Stephen King, better known as the master of terror, was one of the lucky few who was able to watch the short finale of the new DC Comics film before anyone else, about the fastest runner in the world as The Flash. Known in the U.S., and although many superhero fans are sad for the end of the CW series with Grant Gustin out, the writer did have a nice note concerning Erza Miller’s production in charge.
Stephen King’s novels have been adapted on several occasions, such is the case of It and The Shining, which have captivated and inspired millions of people around the world to read them.
The writer met director Andy Muschietti, who was in charge of the adaptation of IT, the two formed a great bond of friendship, and thanks to this, the now director of The Flash offered him the opportunity to see it before it hit theaters. Minutes after its screening, King posted his opinion about it on his Twitter account.
“I had an advance screening of The Flash today. I’m not usually a fan of superhero movies, but this one is special. It’s honest, funny and striking. I loved”. The writer mentioned, getting DC fans excited.
The Flash will be released on June 15 and is expected to be one of the best superhero movies DC has ever produced, as in addition to the Flash story and his famous Flashpoint, it will also feature the participation of two classic Batman figures. , Michael Keaton’s and Ben Affleck’s, a character that included Barry Allen in Justice League, as well as the introduction of Supergirl with Sasha Calle.
Right now the opposite company is continuing to smash box office success with Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3, but we’ll have to wait until June to see fans’ reaction to the film.