Warner Bros Pictures and DC Films’ latest superhero film, ‘The Flash’, has arrived in theaters in the USA on June 16th, and there have been mixed reviews from both critics and the audience. While many have recognized the stellar performances of the cast, the thrilling action sequences, the engaging plot, the well-placed humor, and the captivating emotional moments, there have also been some negative remarks regarding the film’s CGI and visual effects. However, despite this criticism, ‘The Flash’ remains a compelling choice for a weekend movie-watching experience. Additionally, it is highly recommended for streaming audiences who are not interested in going to theaters.
Is The Flash on Amazon Prime?
Yes, DC Films’ latest, ‘The Flash’ will be available on Amazon Prime in the USA following its run in theaters, but not for subscription users. Instead, it will be exclusively offered for rent and purchase on Amazon Prime, with prices ranging from $19.99 to $24.99. But that’s not all – the same digital version of ‘The Flash’ will also make its appearance on various other platforms such as Vudu, iTunes, YouTube, Redbox, and more, all at the same price point. According to reports, this availability will occur within two months of the film’s theatrical release, ensuring that fans can continue their superhero journey from the comfort of their screens.
In terms of official streaming, ‘The Flash’ will soon grace the screens of HBO Max in the USA! As an official production of Warner Bros Pictures, the movie has been confirmed to make its streaming debut on the platform following a theatrical run of 45 days. This impressive news means that avid fans can indulge in ‘The Flash’ on their preferred streaming service, be it HBO Max or the rental option provided by Amazon Prime. However, there is nothing for the subscription users of Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+, and Hulu regarding streaming ‘The Flash‘.
‘The Flash’ is directed by Andy Muschietti and stars Ezra Miller, Michael Keaton, Ben Affleck, Kiersey Clemons, and Sasha Calle. The movie was produced by Michael Disco, Barbara Muschietti, and Walter Hamada under the production banners of Warner Bros Pictures and DC Studios and distributed by Warner Bros Pictures. The writers of the movie are Christina Hodson, John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein, and Joby Harold.