‘The Flash’ Sequel Script Has Already Been Written
For a character that’s supposed to run at incredible speeds, his first solo film is really taking its time. DC’s The Flash is currently slated for a release on June 23rd, 2023, but an unannounced sequel for the film has already been written, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The sequel script is written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick. He is best known for writing 2018’s Aquaman, another superhero set within the DCEU. Nothing else is known about the sequel, or even the future of the character, as Barry Allen/The Flash is being played by the controversial Ezra Miller.
2023’s The Flash was marred with controversy even before Miller’s War on the World. This film iteration of the character was announced as part of DC’s future slate all the way back in 2014. Multiple directors were attached to the project at various points, such as Seth Grahame-Smith, John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein, and Rick Famuyiwa. The film would eventually be helmed by It director Andy Muschietti.
The Flash stars Ezra Miller as Barry Allen/The Flash, Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Kiersey Clemmons as Iris West, and Sasha Calle as Supergirl.
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