The Flash's Big Game Spot Puts the Super in Super Bowl 57

Warner Bros. returns to the Big Game after nearly two decades

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Warner Bros. Pictures wants to make sure its new DC film isn’t a flash in the pan.

At the end of the first quarter of Super Bowl 57’s matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, the studio debuted a 60-second superhero-filled trailer for its upcoming DC film The Flash, releasing June 16. It’s a historic moment for the studio, marking its return to the Super Bowl in 17 years.

The Super Bowl trailer featured Ezra Miller reprising the role of speedster Barry Allen; however, there are multiple versions of the character this time around.

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