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Re: Flashpoint (2020)

Posted: January 18th, 2018, 11:38 pm
by Pratham
if batfan was superhero he would be repeatman

🔁👊

Re: Flashpoint (2020)

Posted: February 21st, 2018, 12:56 pm
by Master Virgo
Well their new film "Game Night", has received very good reviews so far.£

Re: Flashpoint (2020)

Posted: February 21st, 2018, 12:58 pm
by shauner111
What are you talking about exactly?

Edit: did you just add "game night" or did I miss that lol

Re: The Flash (2021)

Posted: March 3rd, 2018, 8:24 pm
by Nomis
Game Night directors have signed on: https://twitter.com/JohnFDaley/status/9 ... 36/photo/1

Re: The Flash (2021)

Posted: May 29th, 2018, 6:21 am
by Nomis
Kiersey Clemons says she's still set to appear in this film.

Mark Digby is to serve as production designer on the movie. Digby’s previous credits include Slumdog Millionaire, Rush and Fahrenheit 451, along with his Alex Garland collaborations on Dredd, Ex Machina and Annihilation.

WB's most likely to have dropped the Flashpoint arc, so request thread title change.

Mark Digby to serve as production desig ... ihilation.

Re: The Flash (2021)

Posted: October 16th, 2018, 2:00 am
by MagnarTheGreat
Variety - Flash Standalone Movie Pushes Start Date, Eyes 2021 Release (EXCLUSIVE)
Following the box office disappointment of “Justice League,” Warner Bros. has been reevaluating its approach to making movies based on DC Comics characters. The studio is not moving forward with Batman and Superman movies featuring Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill, respectively. It is expected to recast the Dark Knight with a different actor. The studio will be fielding a number of superhero adventures in the coming months and years. It is releasing “Aquaman” this December, and next year will bring a “Wonder Woman” sequel. The studio also has a “Suicide Squad” follow-up and a Joker movie with Joaquin Phoenix waiting on deck.
https://variety.com/2018/film/news/flas ... 202980356/

Re: The Flash (2021)

Posted: October 16th, 2018, 2:21 am
by Numbers
I wish I cared. I really do, but I don't.

Re: The Flash (2021)

Posted: October 16th, 2018, 6:59 am
by Pratham
And that's the tragedy of DCEU.

Re: The Flash (2021)

Posted: October 16th, 2018, 9:22 am
by Sanchez
Just reboot.....

Re: The Flash (2021)

Posted: March 15th, 2019, 8:38 pm
by Dragon_316ca
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat- ... ar-1194937
In a bid to keep himself involved as the Scarlet Speedster, actor Ezra Miller is taking a hands-on approach to The Flash.

Miller is taking a stab at writing the script for the Warner Bros. project, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. He has teamed up with Grant Morrison, the acclaimed comics author, to pen a draft that could determine if he stays on as star, playing crimefighter Barry Allen.

The development has bubbled up from a clash of creative visions. John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, who have been on board the project since January 2018, have a light-hearted approach to the material (and even hail from that sort of background, with credits like Spider-Man: Homecoming and Game Night). And, as sources note, that is the general track favored by Warners, which scored a billion-dollar hit with Aquaman by going the fun spectacle route and is seeing strong buzz on Shazam!, which is wearing its “superheroics is fun” on its sleeve .

Miller is said to want a darker take on the material.

The two sides have been working on compromises since last year but Miller took the initiative to tackle the story himself. He partnered with Morrison, with Warners hiring the two to script their take. It is a rare move for an actor to be so invested in a superhero project that they switch hats, but Miller sees himself as deeply committed to the character.

Despite its namesake, Flash has been anything but in its journey to the silver screen, going through several directors and writers. Miller, however, has been a constant, having been first cast by filmmaker Zack Snyder for the role in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and embracing the role fully in Justice League.

The script could be submitted to the studio as early as next week.

But there could be a lot riding on it. If Warners chooses against Miller's take on the hero, the actor could part ways with the project. Additionally, and fittingly for a hero who races to beat the clock, there is a countdown scenario here as well: according to one insider, Miller’s holding deal on Flash expires May.

Despite the clashes on Flash, Miller remains a presence on the Warners lot. He has played a key character in the studio’s Fantastic Beasts movies and is expected to shoot the third installment at the end of this year.