It looks like trouble is a-brewing for DC and Warner Bros. adaptation of The Flash, which will bring back Ezra Miller as the Scarlet Speedster.
Rick Famuyiwa (left), who was set to replace Seth Grahame-Smith as the director of the film, has left the film for unknown reasons, but sources say it’s that all-too familiar issue known as “creative differences”. This was the same reason why Michelle McLaren left Wonder Woman (only to be replaced by Patty Jenkins, who had left Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World for the same reason) and as recent, it is the same reason Tim Miller dropped out of Deadpool 2.
It is unsure what this will mean in terms of production as Miller will be joined by Kiersey Clemons as Iris West and Billy Crudup playing The Flash’s father. It is unclear at this time who will replace Famuyiwa, but DC and Warner Bros. will have to act quick to meet its deadline or we will see a delay.