The flashThe long and difficult race to the big screen could be cut short. Warner Bros. is in a deadlock between star and directors Ezra Millerwho stole the scenes as Scarlet Speedster in Batman v. Superman and Justice League, team up with DC Comics guru Grant Morrison write your own The flash scenario, in direct competition with the directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. And with Miller's agreement on The flash would expire soon, this is perhaps the last we see from Miller's version The flash.
Ezra Miller brings "creative differences" to a whole new level with his latest initiative: writing the script for The flash himself in order to direct the character towards his "darker" vision. The Hollywood Reporter has the news of the clashes behind the scenes between the star and the director on The flash in a report that finds Warner Bros. in the middle of two competing creative visions. Who could determine if Miller remains the star of The flash.
Miller would have teamed up with Morrison – the author of acclaimed titles like All-Star Superman, Batmanand Vertigo The invisible ones – write a scenario that takes into account his "darker vision of the material". Miller has reportedly been in conflict with Francis Daley and Goldstein since hiring the couple last year, apparently because of their "playful approach". previous credits from duo like Spider-Man: Homecoming and Night of game But this lighter approach seems to work well for Warner Bros. In recent times, like the spectacular Aquaman has turned out to be a box office monster, while the next Shazam earns the buzz for his big-hearted on the original story superhero.
Warner Bros. allows both teams to submit their scripts, but it is suggested that if the studio transmits Miller's script, it could separate from The flash fully. And as befitting a story involving The flashthere is a time limit. THR reports that Miller's sales contract with The flash expires in May, so he could end up hanging up the cloak anyway.
It is unclear what Miller's "darker" vision would imply, since the actor embodied one of the brightest superheroes of Justice League. But it's possible that Miller seems ready to play in a version of Breaking point, a scenario that seems to have been abandoned once Francis Daley and Goldstein arrived on board. "What fans understand when they hear Breaking point, would almost be like hearing a word like "crisis," Miller told Entertainment Weekly in 2017. " The hyper-extended multiverse of DC, as I plan to call it, "continued Miller. Breaking point adaptation, which would work as a semi-restart of DC Extended Universe, and now seems to honor Mary to bring this film to life.
Morrison working with Miller on his screenplay, I do not see this version too dark, it's the man responsible for optimism All-Star Superman, after all. But we do not know the details of Francis Daley's and Goldstein's version either, or whether their version should be entirely suspended if Miller ends up leaving.
Anyway, it seems we can not get a Flash movie anytime.
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