Warners' upcoming solo movie The Flash really doesn't seem to be having much luck when it comes to getting the ball rolling on production, does it?
Warner Bros. has enlisted screenwriter Joby Harold for a "page-one rewrite" of its planned 2018 The Flash movie, according to Variety.
Ever since Warner Bros. shifted the schedules for their DCEU slate, things for The Flash starring Ezra Miller did not look good. The publication suggests that the studio are happy to take a little time out to make sure the script is flawless while Ezra Miller - who is set to play the titular hero, Barry Allen - films Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them 2. It will certainly be interesting to see which director signs on next and whether they make a pass at the new script.
This isn't the first time The Flash feature film has hit some speed bumps.
Previous drafts of The Flash script had been written by Famuyiwa and Seth Grahame-Smith.
Miller is now attached to play Barry Allen, the civilian alter ego of the costumed title character.
Joby Harold's credits including the upcoming King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, Robin Hood, and The Twilight Zone movies. After making brief appearances in both Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, Miller will next appear as The Flash in this year's Justice League in November.