I just received an email from a reader (Robert) who claims that when he attended an advanced screening of "Watchmen," a teaser trailer for "The Flash" was shown before it. He recorded the trailer with his cellphone and we now have it here for you.
I can't tell whether it is real or not, since the studios have previously released similar teasers to get fans curious about the project. It happened with the "Tron" sequel. On the other hand, some very talented movie fans have also previously put together trailers, played them on theater-type screens, recorded them with their cellphones and then claimed that the trailer is 100% real. I leave it up to you to decide.
Back in July, producer Charles Rovan said that there was still no script due to the writers strike. At the same time, Warner Bros mentioned that they would take a closer look at their deal with DC Comics in order to get more superheroes in front of audiences. And they planned to get started as soon as possible by placing films about Batman, Superman and The Flash on the fast track (no pun intended).
that looks pants!
it looks so cheesy it cant be real.....i hope not anyway
unless its a prelude to the justice league movie and each of the teasers introduce a different character. if thats the case its still looks pants and im even more dissappointed
meh. i guess it could be real, but i doubt it very much. i would be disapointed in DC if it was. they havent even cast the role yet, so why would they make a teaser? although, i guess they released teaser posters for superman back in 1998, when tim burton was planning to direct the film. even so, that film never even got to start filming. this looks too generic for DC, compared to Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Superman Returns, or even Watchmen (which looks kinda meh).