Warner Bros. has quietly moved up the release date for its currently untitled DC Comics film by a week, which may be good for movie fans.

While we don’t know is what DC Comics character is featured in the movie, it may just be the stand alone Flash movie starring Ezra Miller. The Flash television show on the CW is burning up the ratings for the network, and fans simply love the show, which may be why Warner Bros. is pushing the movie up as quickly as it can, even if it is by a week.

In a quiet move yesterday, the studio moved the release date for the movie from March 23, 2018 to March 16, 2018. Yes, it’s only a week, and yes, the movie is still two year away, but at least the movie is coming sooner than later… right?

via Variety

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