It is now all official. Spider-Man: Homecoming screenwriters Jonathan M. Goldstein and John Francis Daley will bring Ezra Miller's Barry Allen to the big screen.
Keen to get to work with the likes of Billy Crudup and Kiersey Clemons, the young star explains that the DC project has never been in a better state than right now.
The screenplay has been reported to be done and dusted, leaving the small matter of the director's chair to be filled.
Filmmaking duo Phil Lord and Christopher Miller could be going from the Disney scrapheap to the DC penthouse for the upcoming Ezra Miller title.
Kevin Smith is a man who lives and breathes superheroes, and he has been unwavering about directing Warner Bros' The Flash spinoff.
Warner Brothers is looking at Back to the Future filmmaker Robert Zemeckis and Kingsman's Matthew Vaughn as Zack Snyder endures issues with the franchise ensemble piece.
Following on from the departure of director Rick Famuyiwa from the project late last year, the script is now in a state of flux as the filmmakers seek a new narrative.
The filmmaker outlined that he wants to stick to worlds that he has created and maintains complete control, something these two franchises cannot offer.
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Having taken the reigns on the small DC screen for an episode of Supergirl, the 46-year old has told the studio he is open to discuss taking the chair for the blockbuster.
The 46-year old actor and filmmaker gave his thoughts on the availability of Tim Miller, arguing that he would be the perfect fit to cross the Marvel and DC divide.
With two directors gone, where do DC and Warner Brothers go next?