Flashpoint will be starring Ezra Miller, who played the Flash in Warner Bros. recent box office flop Justice League. The duo is known for writing and directing the awful film Vacation, but they're also known for co-writing last year's surprisingly good Spider-Man: Homecoming, a film that actually got me excited about a character I thought was absolutely spent. Suicide Squad was a success despite scathing reviews, and last year's Justice League was panned while struggling to make even close to what Batman v Superman made - despite the wealth of superheroes it starred.
Judging by the Flashpoint mantle of the movie though, it seems that Barry is going to have to deal with a muddled timeline and alternate universes.
The development of this project has reportedly been on hold since director Rick Famuyiwa departed the project.
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Despite the protagonist's powers of speed, DCEU's Flashpoint movie has been having a hard time moving forward, what with multiple directors leaving the project. Affleck hasn't provided Warner Bros. with an illustrious hit since 2012's Argo, but the studio appears to be eager to keep the actor on board.
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John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, who helmed the Vacation reboot, are now in talks with the studio, and are expected to sign on the dotted line.
Flashpoint will see Ezra Miller fill the shoes of Barry Allen, the Flash, as he travels back in time to save his mother from being murdered.