FLASH Film Delayed Until 2021

FLASH Film Delayed Until 2021

In turn, the film would not be likely to appear in theaters until 2021, although an official release date has yet to be released. However, Miller is also playing a key role in the Fantastic Beasts franchise. And since The Flash movie - which curiously, never received an official green light from the studio - is still undergoing script revisions, the studio chose to push production to late 2019, putting the potential The Flash release date on track for 2021.

According to a new report from Variety, the start of filming for the upcoming Flash solo film has been pushed back, due to tweaks being made to the film's script. Miller plays Credence Barebone in the wizarding world and is needed on set in July to start work on a third Fantastic Beasts installment. They replaced "Dope" director Rick Famuyiwa, who left the film in 2016 over creative differences. In March of this year, Game Night and Spider-Man: Homecoming's John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein were brought on to the project, and are still attached to the project at this point and time. Now, Warner Bros.is closer than even to making The Flash happen, but it's facing another setback.

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Warner Bros. has been rethinking the Worlds of DC brand after the disappointing box office for Justice League. Both superheroes were meant to follow up 2017's Justice League with solo outings of their own, but this year's Aquaman and April's Shazam are the last solo superhero movies on the docket. If the latter, it would be too bad, because Miller's zippy performance as the Flash was one of the few bright spots of Justice League.

The Flash movie has had a long gestation. It's unknown if Clemons will return for The Flash, or if the character will be recast.

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