The flashThe long and troubled race to the big screen could be interrupted. Warner Bros. is at a dead end between stars and directors like Ezra Miller, who stole the Scarlet Speedster scenes Batman v. Superman is League of Justice, is collaborating with the DC Comics guru Grant Morrison in his pen The flash script, in direct competition with the directors John Francis Daley is Jonathan Goldstein. And with the Miller pact The flash It will soon expire reportedly, this could be the last one we see of Miller's version of The flash.
Ezra Miller is bringing "creative differences" to a whole new level with her latest move to write the script The flash himself in an attempt to guide the character towards his "darkest" vision. The Hollywood Reporter has news about behind-the-scenes clashes between star and director The flash in a relationship that finds Warner Bros. in the midst of two competing creative visions. One that could determine if Miller will remain as the star of The flash.
Miller reportedly collaborated with Morrison – the writer of acclaimed titles such as Superman All-Star, Batmanand Vertigo The invisibles – to write a script that satisfies his "darker interpretation of the material". Miller reported having clashed with Francis Daley and Goldstein since the couple was hired last year, apparently for their "carefree approach" that fits in with the duo's previous credits as Spider-Man: return home is Game Night. But that lighter approach seems to work well for Warner Bros. lately, as it is spectacularly stupid Aquaman proved to be a box office monster, while the upcoming one Shazam is gaining the buzz for its great intent on the history of the superhero's origin.
Warner Bros. is allowing both teams to submit their scripts, but it is suggested that if the studio broadcasts Miller's script, it may break up The flash entirely. And as befits a story that involves The flash, c & # 39; is a time limit. THR reports that the agreement with Miller has been concluded The flash expires in May, so it may end up hanging the coat regardless.
It is not clear what Miller's "darker" vision would imply, as the actor embodied one of the brightest superheroes of League of Justice. But it is possible that Miller seemed the protagonist of some versions of Flammability point, a plot that apparently was abandoned once Francis Daley and Goldstein entered on board. "What the fans understand when they listen Flammability point, it would be almost like listening to a word like "Crisis," Miller told Entertainment Weekly in 2017. "The DC Hyper-Extended Multiverse, as I'm going to call it." Miller continued to build hype for a Flammability point adaptation, which would work as a semi-reboot for the DC Extended Universe, and now it looks like he's hailing Mary to bring that movie to life.
With Morrison working with Miller in his script, I can't see the overly gloomy version – this is the man responsible for optimism Superman All-Star, After all. But we don't even know the details of Francis Daley and Goldstein's version, or if their version should be put on hold altogether if Miller ends.
In any case, it seems we can't get a Fast movie anytime soon.
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