The Flash is out next Friday – but heads up, spoilers have already leaked online. More specifically, the film's post-credits scene has hit social media.
The original leaker took to Twitter to publish the post-credits scene – but don't worry, you'll find no spoilers here. The post has since been taken down, but given the nature of the internet, there are likely one or more copies already available. If you plan to see the film, obviously tread carefully online (of course, you could always just mute "The Flash" if you're an avid Twitter user).
This is only the most recent time spoilers of a DC movie have hit the internet prior to release – except last time, in the case of Shazam! Fury of the Gods, it was Warner Bros.' own TV spot that revealed a major spoiler.
In our review of The Flash, which we awarded a 7/10 on our review scale, IGN's Joshua Yehl said that "the Flash may have an unwieldy third act and indulges in too much unearned fan service, but that doesn't stop it from being an entertaining and earnest DC superhero film.
In more lighthearted news, we recently learned that a silly easter egg in the film confirms that co-CEO of DC Studios, James Gunn, is now canon in the DC Universe. If you want to read more about The Flash ahead of its theatrical release, check out one of the film's biggest cameos (beware of spoilers if you read). And this article that gives us a better look at Michael Keaton's Batmobile and Batcave.
Taylor is a Reporter at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.