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The star of Warner Bros. and DC's The Flash solo movie, Ezra Miller, promises the film may come late but will indeed be made despite delays.
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley's The Flash movie for Warner Bros and DC Films is being delayed once again and now won't release until 2021.
Jared Marantz, a concept artist on Batman v Superman, shared an early, unused design for the Flash that stays true to the original character design.
The DCEU plans to move forward without Henry Cavill's Superman but cutting the cord from Zack Snyder's canon would create a new future for DC movies.
Eight superhero movies were released in 2018, but there's several more that were originally scheduled that have since been delayed or canceled.
The Flash movie star Kiersey Clemons, who will play Iris West opposite Ezra Miller's Barry Allen, hopes that filming will start next year.
John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein's The Flash movie for Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Films will enter production in February 2019.
Jeffery Dean Morgan shares that he's unsure of his future as Thomas Wayne in the Worlds of DC Flashpoint film due to Zack Snyder’s exit.
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley will direct The Flash solo movie, which may hit theaters in 2020 if all goes according to plan.
Warner Bros. executive Toby Emmerich comments on DC's lackluster reviews by saying good movies tend to fare better at the box office.
The Flash actors Ezra Miller and Grant Gustin undergo the Face Mash treatment, creating what some consider to be a near-perfect Barry Allen.
Warner Bros' The Flash solo movie starring Ezra Miller is reportedly inspired by Back to the Future, and will begin filming in 2019.
Original Justice League director Zack Snyder confirms that he planned to give Barry Allen a second Flash suit that used Wayne technology.
Dope actress Kiersey Clemons confirms she's playing Iris West in Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley's The Flash movie opposite Ezra Miller.
The Flash movie star Ezra Miller confirms he recently met with the project's latest directors, Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley.
Here's why DC's Flashpoint comic book series is the perfect origin story for John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein's The Flash solo movie.
It's now being reported that The Flash DCEU solo movie - starring Ezra Miller as Barry Allen - is no longer titled Flashpoint.
Plot details are unknown but Cyborg (Ray Fisher) is expected to co-star alongside The Flash (Miller). The film is part of the DC Extended Universe and will be The Flash's solo debut in the franchise.