CJ 4DPLEX and Warner Bros. Pictures announced Monday that the DC superhero movie Flash will debut in both the 270-degree panoramic ScreenX format and the experimental multi-sensitivity 4DX format.
Distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, Flash will be released in North American theaters on June 16, and international startup June 14.
CJ 4DPLEX’s ScreenX format offers an immersive cinematic experience by showing exclusive sequences from the film across 270-degree panoramic screens. Flash will be available in over 359 ScreenX auditoriums worldwide.
CJ 4DPLEX’s 4DX offers a multi-sensory experience that includes on-screen visuals with synchronized motion seats and environment-like effects. Flash will be on over 788 4DX screens worldwide.
“We are thrilled to invite fans to travel almost at the speed of light to witness Flash unfold in our revolutionary ScreenX and 4DX theaters,” CEO and President of CJ 4DPLEX America Don Savant said in a press release. “The combination of fast-paced film action and our cinema technology will transport moviegoers to the world of Flash like never before, offering a truly unforgettable and immersive cinematic experience.”
“We are grateful to have partnered with Warner Bros. Pictures and the director Andy Muschietti in another exciting and action-packed adventure in our premium formats, ScreenX and 4DX,” CJ 4DPLEX CEO Jongryul Kim added in the same press release. “We expect a strong summer at the box office Flashas it is one of the most anticipated films of this year.”
Flash tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at your local ScreenX and 4DX cinemas.