Warner Bros doesn’t seem to be slowing down with The Flash movie anymore as three more writers have been revealed to be on board the project. Last Friday, fans got their first hopeful update which stated that the makers are getting ready to roll cameras next year in February.
UPDATE: Michael Green has stated on Twitter that he is not part of The Flash project.
A new report coming from Production Weekly has revealed that Seth Grahame-Smith will be one of the screenplay writers for The Flash movie. The Pride and Prejudice and Zombies author was roped in to direct the speedster solo project back in 2016 but he decided to step down due to creative differences. However, it was stated by Deadline that he would still remain involved.
Screenwriter Michael Green and Chris Brancato are also mentioned as writers for The Flash movie.
Green is well known for co-writing the screenplay for Logan. The project got him an Oscar nomination as well.
The writer also did the screenplay for Blade Runner 2049, Alien: Covenant and has worked on many television shows. But fans must also note that Green was a screenplay writer for Green Lantern along with Greg Berlanti.
Chris Brancato is well known as the co-creator of Netlfix’s Narcos. He has worked on several series such as Hannibal, First Wave etc. He also penned the screenplay for Warner Bros’ Sherlock Holmes 3.
Geoff Johns’ is attached as a producer and seems to be working through his company Mad Ghost Productions as it’s listed along with Atlas Entertainment. But Johns’ production company’s website is yet to list The Flash under its projects that are in development.
Production Weekly has put out multiple reports that have been confirmed to be true. Just recently, we also spotted an update on The Batman project from the website.
The Flash movie does not have a release date assigned yet. but if all goes well, the movie will hit big screens sometime in 2020.
Source: Production Weekly
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