According to Variety, Daley and Goldstein will be working on a script provided by Joby Harold (King Arthur), and the movie, of course, will have Ezra Miller in the starring role of Barry Allen/The Flash.
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The filmmakers - who were also said to be considered as potential directors for "Spider-Man: Homecoming", which was eventually helmed by Jon Watts - directed 2015 comedy motion picture "Vacation" and forthcoming film "Game Night".
Fans of comic book superhero movies should recognize those names as the filmmaking duo are the writers of last year's spectacular Spider-Man: Homecoming for Marvel, which means they definitely know their way around young superheroes as geeky as they are quippy. The production company has recently promoted Walter Hamada to oversee the DC Universe movies.
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"Warner Bros. had been courting none other than Ben Affleck to direct The Flash, but he ultimately passed on the gig, and the studio didn't want to wait for Robert Zemeckis". This to the point where they have rebooted the script and the film is now Flashpoint, which potentially points to some sort of soft reboot of the DC film universe.
What's much less of a mystery is what's going on with Flashpoint.
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When Warner Bros. revealed their upcoming slate of DC Comics movies and dropped the title Flashpoint in there, it sent fans into a frenzy. Initial plans had its release date aimed at 2018, with Phil Lord and Chris Miller tapped to write a story treatment and possibly direct. Then a classic case of "creative differences" eliminated Grahame-Smith in early 2016, and Rick Famuyiwa (Dope) was on board within two months, only to be taken out by the same malady by the end of the year.