DC Entertainment announced the Justice League movie months back which will assemble the greatest DC superheroes under one roof against the larger threat (Dark Seid). But along with an ensemble movie, it also announced solo Aquaman movie, Flash movie and Wonder Woman movie.
As far as Flash is concerned, Ezra Miller is cast to play the superhero, he was briefly introduced in the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but he will have a meatier role in Justice League.
The Flash solo movie has only known one thing till now – setbacks. Since the announcement, many directors have left the project citing creative issues and lack of faith in the team. It’s important that a serious director gets formally attached to the project as soon as possible.
But there is some good news on the scripting front. According to a reliable Reddit sub-community, a user claimed that the script basically revolves around Barry Allen struggle to come to terms with being a speedster at such a young age. He said:
“The script has been completed and approved after MANY drafts and rewrites. The studio has finally approved a very good script, with some calling it ‘a perfect coming of age story regarding a young man trying to control his power’. There have not been that much more conversation regarding this film, although they have been very excited.”
In the upcoming Flash movie as part of the DCEU, there will be new versions of many popular comic-book characters including Iris West (played by Candice Patton on the CW’s The Flash). In the movie version, the famous actress Kiersey Clemons is playing her while Ezra Miller is the Flash.
Moreover, the Reverse Flash/ Eobard Thawne has made the cut, according to credible sources, a different version of Thawne will be introduced in the movie who is somewhat like a billionaire suffering from an advanced degenerative disease. He will turn into Reverse Flash during his search for a cure to his condition, he will evolve from a morally compromised individual to a deadly supervillain who has sinister ends to accomplish. CHEERS!