Didn’t see that coming!
The Flash gets a PG-13 rating for “sequences of violence and action, some harsh language, and some nudity,” according to One Take News. Although the violence and foul language are typical of superhero movies, the partial nudity is undoubtedly unexpected, especially in a movie with a PG-13 certification.
On April 25, The Flash will have its global debut at CinemaCon, giving viewers and industry insiders their first look at the most recent DC Universe movie. The Ezra Miller-starring film will subsequently receive a wide release on June 16.
The Flash, starring Ezra Miller as Barry Allen, is the first film adaptation of the eponymous DC Comics character. After appearing in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Justice League, and the Peacemaker series on HBO Max, this is Miller’s sixth appearance as The Flash.
The Flash is based on the Flashpoint comic book story, which followed Barry Allen as he traveled across a redesigned DC Universe. It was directed by Andy Muschietti, with a screenplay by Christina Hodson. Geoff Johns and Andy Kuber’s Flashpoint fundamentally upended the DC Comics universe’s established order and laid the groundwork for the launch of the New 52 series.