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The Flash Scene Twitter Thinks Is ‘One Of The Worst Shots In Movie History’

The DCEU’s “Flash” film had a long, twisted journey to the big screen. It was originally slated to come out in 2018 before being repeatedly pushed back, with numerous directors and writers attached over the years. Given the state of the visual effects, it really seems like the movie could have used a bit more work. But by the time “The Flash” was in post-production, the DCEU was shutting down to make way for a new cinematic universe spearheaded by James Gunn and Peter Safran.

As far as the look of the scene being roasted on X, the VFX artists really shouldn’t be held responsible. The work was done by Wētā FX, which has done stellar work on the likes of “Avatar,” “The Creator,” and “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes.” The Wētā artists, however, may not have had as much time to work on the effects for “The Flash” as would have been ideal. One VFX artist for “The Flash” even took to TikTok to discuss how the team was significantly overworked on the movie, while mentioning “Avatar: The Way Of Water” as an example of how amazing VFX can look with enough time devoted to their completion. 

Hopefully, the new brass at DC Films learn some important lessons from “The Flash” debacle and give these artists everything they need to make movies look astounding without working themselves into exhaustion and embarrassment. 

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