Andy Muschietti, from It – The Thing, negotiates directing Flash solo film with Warner Bros!

Andy Muschietti, from It - The Thing, negotiates directing Flash solo film with Warner Bros!

News from the long awaited Flash!

According to THR, the director Andy Muschietti, who commanded the two films It – The Thing to the Warner Bros, negotiates with the studio to assume the direction of the character ‘s solo film.

The solo film has been postponed for some time, sometimes due to the creative differences between the studio and the directors, sometimes due to Ezra Miller’s tight schedule due to the franchise recordings Fantastic Animals.

The publication states that the actor remains in the role of the character.

Another novelty that the screenwriter Christina Hodson, that wrote Bumblebee to the Paramount Pictures, and also the unpublished Birds of prey and Batgirl, you must re-write the script for the feature.

The duo John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein worked on early versions of script, and they were going to direct the feature, but they also left the project. Boris Kit, the journalist who signed the publication, also says that Warner Bros did not accept the script that Miller presented to the studio in partnership with the author of the comics Grant Morrison, and preferred to hire Hudson for this work.

Warner’s idea, according to the website, is to start pre-production in January 2020.

Miller was cast by Zack Snyder like Flash and made two brief appearances in 2016 in films, Batman vs Superman and Suicide squad and then in the controversial Justice League (2017).

The solo film must have Kiersey Clemons as Iris West (cut from the Justice League film) and Billy Crudup who must return as Allen’s father, Henry.

The Flash has no premiere date.

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