The Flash standalone DC film has been in a perpetual limbo with directors almost as much as Gambit over at Fox. The film was originally gonna be directed by Seth Grahame-Smith and then Rick Famuyiwa before both directors stepped away from the film. At one point The Lego Movie directors Chris Miller & Phil Lord…
One step forward, two steps back. Yesterday, a shortlist of directors were revealed to be taking over the directing duties on DC’s The Flash after two previous directors dropped out. In Entertainment Weekly’s story they also, unfortunately, went on to reveal that Billy Crudup (Watchmen) had dropped out of the project as Henry Allen. While…
Last month Screen Junkies dropped a hot rumour that Robert Zemeckis was in talks with Warner Bros. to replace Rick Famuyiwa as the director of The Flash, part of the studio’s DC Extended Universe.
Warner Bros has hired a brand new writer to start from scratch on “The Flash” movie script.
The Flash hasn’t had the easiest of times since the film was announced as part of Warner Bros DC Extended Universe film slate.
The Flash Movie lost its second director in Rick Famuyiwa recently, after he departed Warner Bros superhero movie due to “creative differences”.
Billy Crudrup is no stranger to the world of comic book movies, and could be set for a return as part of Rick Famuyiwa’s The Flash Movie.
The Flash Movie is still a couple of years away from release and already rumours about the films villains have started to hit the net. Last week Umberto Gonzalez (Elmayimbe) from The Wrap, claimed during his Periscope session that Ezra Miller’s Scarlet Speedster would be going up against The Rogues in his standalone movie.
We’ve only grazed the surface of Ezra Miller’s The Flash with the characters cameo’s in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad. Next year though, we’ll see the speedster in full force as part of the Justice League in Zack Snyder’s DC superhero team up movie. The following year will see The Flash star in his own…
Back in April this year, Batman V Superman producer Deborah Snyder hinted in an interview with Forbes that Ray Fisher’s Cyborg would be seen in The Flash Movie alongside Ezra Miller’s speedster.