For a character who is supposed to be incredibly fast, his movie is moving pretty slow. DC has been working on just one Flash movie for years, with League of Justice The star Ezra Miller has long played the leading role. However, a new report suggests that the film is further from what you may think.
Reports of varieties, and io9 has confirmed, that due to the commitments with the Fantastic beasts franchise, Ezra Miller will not be available in the window that Warner Bros. was considering shooting The flash in 2019. And so, the film will continue to develop so that Miller can film the third film. Fantastic beasts in July 2019 and then do The flash then, possibly near the end of 2019. That would put the film on the track for, potentially, a 2021 release.
While previous iterations of The flash It collapsed due to creative problems, this seems to be more a problem of patience. Fantastic beasts It's two movies in; The series is in a creative rhythm, with a writer, director and producer. Warner Bros. knows what that franchise is and has committed to five movies. The flash, on the other hand, has been changing for a while, and any delay will only give directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein (who are currently attached to the film) more time to work on it and improve it (After all, there were rumors the whole story has changed in recent months). Plus, The flash He has never been really enlightened. It has been so long since the first launch date, that the original release date was this year. Everything that happened in the past, including this, is under the microscope because Flash is a very popular character.
In the past, DC has taken the projects to the big screen and, well, it did not work very well, right? With the new bosses now in place, it seems that everyone is being very careful with these characters and that is a good thing. There are so many other DC films in development as well that it seems incredibly plausible that one of them could be located in 2019. Flash place.
Fanatics are likely to fly this a little more disproportionately than it deserves, and in reality, that's just out of frustration. It does not matter what people think League of JusticeMiller's version of Flash was praised almost universally, and Daley and Goldstein are two of the most intriguing directors in the world. We all just want to see a great Flash movie, and if there's one coming, now it's coming a little later.