One of the main problems with the DC Comics Film Universe is that its had issues keeping its directors. Sometimes this worked for the better, like with Wonder Woman, however, sometimes, issues with directors have caused problems. One of the most documented ones was the Flash solo film, which has had numerous people attached as writers or directors and yet they’ve all left. However, today, Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley revealed that they are officially on board the film, which means, Flashpoint is a go.
For those who don’t remember, Flashpoint was the name shown off at last years San Diego Comic Con, proving that the Flash solo film was still in the works. And though Justice League was far from the most successful film in their lineup, just about everyone loved Ezra Miller as Barry Allen, hence the desire to get the solo film back up and running, and a few months later, this seems to be the case.
If you’re unfamiliar with the pedigree of Goldstein and Daley, they were the writing team behind Spider-Man: Homecoming. They also just released the movie Game Night, which many are praising. Hopefully, with the directors now on board, and a new script apparently written, the film can go into production soon, and might even be able to release next year, if not early 2020.
It’s happening! pic.twitter.com/Ga8vF6EnGG
— John Francis Daley (@JohnFDaley) March 3, 2018