Warner Bros.’ The Flash movie has been delayed multiple times throughout its development, no matter how close it has gotten to production. Last we heard, directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein came on board, and production was on track to begin in early 2019. Well, the Fastest Man Alive is now continuing to take his time getting to theaters.
According to Variety, WB is pushing back The Flash‘s filming start date once again. Originally, the movie was eyeing a March start, but the studio wants to take more time to get the script right. But star Ezra Miller is shooting the third Fantastic Beasts movie in July 2019, creating a scheduling conflict.
So, The Flash is now set to start shooting in late 2019, for a potential 2021 release date. It was expected to hit sometime in 2020, alongside Birds of Prey and The Batman. However, we now have to wait another year to see this movie…until they delay it again, that is.
Hopefully, this is just a minor setback, and The Flash will make it to theaters. Stay tuned.
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