Director Rick Famuyiwa is no longer directing The Flash for Warner Bros. due to “creative differences”. Famuyiwa is the second director that Warner Bros. has let go from the project. The studio parted ways with the original director, Seth Grahame-Smith, earlier this year as well.
The Flash director Rick Famuyiwa is reteaming with his Dope costume designer, Patrik Milani, for his upcoming superhero movie. The news was revealed on Milani’s résumé on his talent agency’s website.
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Famuyiwa isn’t re-writing the entire script but he’s putting his own stamp on The Flash, as evident from a tweet that the director sent out this afternoon. Famuyiwa posted an image of the script which read “current revisions by Rick Famuyiwa”. ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/4wm5LbaMoA — Rick Famuyiwa (@RickFamuyiwa) September 26, 2016
Billy Crudup, best known as Dr. Manhattan in Watchmen, is in talks to play Barry Allen’s father in The Flash, Variety reports.
The Flash director Rick Famuyiwa got his pick! Earlier this month we learned that Kiersey Clemons was the director’s first choice to play Iris West in The Flash, and today Variety is reporting that it’s a done deal.
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According to Variety, Kiersey Clemons is Famuyiwa’s top pick to play Iris West, the tough-as-nails journalist and friend of Barry Allen, the alter ego of the Flash.
The Flash director Rick Famuyiwa is wasting no time in researching the character, ever since it was announced that he landed the vacant position. Last night, Famuyiwa shared a photo on Twitter of a huge stack of Flash comics and joked “today was a blur”. Today was a BLUR 😉 pic.twitter.com/tim052802i — Rick Famuyiwa (@RickFamuyiwa) […]
Deadline is reporting that Famuyiwa has been hired by Warner Bros. to direct The Flash, starring Ezra Miller. The script is written by Seth Grahame-Smith, who was originally going to direct, but left the project last month over creative differences.
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Seth Grahame-Smith, who was set to direct and write Ezra Miller’s The Flash movie, has left the project due to “creative differences” according to The Hollywood Reporter. This would have been his directorial debut.
According to Exhibitor Relations, Warner Bros. just moved a DC Comics movie from March 23, 2018 to a week earlier — March 16, 2018. UNTITLED DC FILM (possibly FLASH) will streak into multiplexes a week earlier than planned–3/16/18 instead of 3/23. — Exhibitor Relations (@ERCboxoffice) February 9, 2016
It’s official: The Flash and Supergirl are crossing over. Grant Gustin will speed Barry Allen into National City in an upcoming episode of CBS’s Supergirl, slated to be broadcast on Monday, March 28.
New CBS president Glenn Geller raised the possibility of a crossover between his network’s “Supergirl” and the CW’s DC superhero drama “The Flash.” “I have to be really careful what I say here,” Geller said when asked by reporters during the Television Critics Association winter press tour. “Watch and wait and see what happens.”
Prolific director Kevin Smith is set to helm an upcoming episode of The Flash slated to air in May, The CW announced at the Television Critics Association’s press tour on Sunday.