Ezra Miller stars as Barry Allen/The Flash in his solo film and the Justice League live-action film. (Photo : Facebook/DC Extended Universe)
The latest details and spoilers for "The Flash" live-action movie which features the nature of the Speed Force and two directors being hinted to helm the film.
It seems that a possible new director for "The Flash" live-action film has been hinted for sometime after "Dope" director Rick Famuyiwa left the project due to creative differences with him and Warner Bros. Some would say that the loss at this stage in pre-production will likely delay "The Flash" live-action film for some time, as the search for his replacement has begun.
Two director were hinted to possibly helm the movie as well known director and comic book writer Kevin Smith stated in a Q&A section in Facebook that he would love to direct the film, however, he suggested that "Deadpool" movie director Tim Miller or even "The Matrix" directors the Wachowski brothers should handle "The Flash" live-action movie, Cinemablend reported.
Other possible contenders to direct "The Flash" live-action film includes "Punisher: Warzone" director Lexi Alexander, DC TV showrunner Greg Berlanti, "Straight Outta Compton" director F. Gary Gray and "Avengers" director Joss Whedon.
Famuyiwa made a statement during his departure from "The Flash" live-action film stating that he still grateful for the opportunity that Warner Bro. gave him in handling the project form its pre-production stage and will continue to work hard in his craft for future projects soon.
In other news, "Fantastic Beast" star Ezra Miller revealed another detail about "Speed Force" in "The Flash" movie as he told #MILLS YouTube channel that Barry Allen/The Flash's ability is similar to how The Force in the "Star Wars" franchise in the sense that it is a dimensional reality that is manipulating others, almost like a gravitational wave that manipulates space-time, Screenrant reported.
Miller stated in a previous interview that Barry will likely have to learn to tap into his connection with the Speed Force when he teams up with Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and the rest of the League. Miller explained that his version of The Flash is still an "amateur" speedster but will slowy graduate from it during his journey in the DC Extended Universe.
When asked if audiences could see a fully powered Flash in the DCEU, Miller stated that he could be compared to a Wally West/The Flash in "Kingdom Come" being one with the Speed Force.
The Flash will appear first in "Justice League" on Nov. 17, 2017, and his solo film is on March 16, 2018.