The full-length adaptation of the Flash DC comic series has lost its director. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Seth Graham-Smith left the project due to "creative differences" with Warner Bros. What exactly became a stumbling block in the relationship between the parties is not specified.
It is not known whether the script, in which Graham-Smith also participated, will be saved as the basis of the picture. The leading role in the movie is still listed by the actor Ezra Miller, who played in such movies as "Girl without complexes" and "Madame Bovary". The Flash is set to premiere on March 16, 2018, so Warner Bros. enough time to find a new director.
Note that before this, the superhero should appear in the movie "Justice League: Part 1", which will be presented to viewers in 2017.
Let us also remind you that DC Entertainment was engaged in the production of the television series "The Flash", in which Grant Gustin played the main role. It also featured actors such as Candice Patton, Daniel Panabaker, Thomas Cavanagh, Jesse L. Martin, Rick Cosnett, Malese Jow, Demore Barnes, Teddy Sears, Tony Todd and others. The series will not be associated with a full-length version.
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