7 Dec – Amid the various controversies of its lead actor Ezra Miller, it was revealed that the upcoming DC movie, "The Flash" is bumped up a week from its release date.
The film, which was originally set to be shown in cinemas from 23 June 2023, will now premiere on 16 June, reportedly to avoid clashing with "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny", which will be released on 30 June.
The new slot, which will be on Father's Day weekend, will coincide with Disney/Pixar's "Elemental" and Sony's "No Hard Feelings" starring Jennifer Lawrence.
Miller previously made headlines for all the wrongs reasons, from his multiple arrests due to several misconducts in Hawaii, to allegations of kidnapping a minor.
The actor had since issued a public apology for such behaviour after meeting with Warner Bros' Michael De Luca and Pam Abdy.