DC’s ‘The Flash’ Is Reportedly Looking To Begin Production This November
Things might be moving faster than we thought with the Scarlet Speedster. GeeksWorldWide is reporting that The Flash film starring Ezra Miller is eyeing to begin principal photography late this year.
The report claims that the studio is looking to begin shooting the film this November, as Ezra Miller’s other franchise Fantastic Beasts 3 is still looking to secure a production start. Although things could still change, if the report is true then any further delay would be minimal. It all depends on how WB configures the schedule to fit this film within their timeline.
Directors/Writers Johnathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley are currently working on the script after a production delay put the project in limbo. They are making sure they are getting everything right before moving forward, which is admirable when you see how the DCEU has struggled with that in recent years. However, it’s about time we see Barry Allen headline his own film and let’s hope they finally crack the code sooner rather than later.
On the bright side, the DCEU currently has a bright future with this year’s Shazam! is already receiving overwhelmingly positive reactions.
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The Flash currently has no release date.
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