DCEU's Flashpoint picks up pace, Ezra Miller confirms meeting with directors Goldstein and Daley

Titled Flashpoint, as revealed by DC/Warner Bros, the movie was believed to be in the works.


                            DCEU's Flashpoint picks up pace, Ezra Miller confirms meeting with directors Goldstein and Daley

If there's one character who stood out from the ensemble set-up of 2017's 'Justice League', then it's Ezra Miller's speedster, the Flash. Despite the mediocre response garnered by the film, both from the fans and the critics, the Barry Allen actor managed to make an impression and will soon be seen in his solo movie. 

Titled Flashpoint, as revealed by DC/Warner Bros, the movie was believed to be in the works.



However, in the recent times, production seems to be picking up steam and the latest update is that Miller has already sat down for a meeting with the director duo, Jonathan Goldstein, and John Francis Daley, who took over the project after many creative fluctuations.

"Yeah, I did. I met them," the Justice League actor confirmed. "I met them recently. They’re really, really, really cool guys. I really like their work a lot. I think they’re really great." 



Miller clearly seems to be in awe of the filmmakers, who have collaborated on a number of projects including the scripting of 'Horrible Bosses' and for the more recent release, 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'. But, the decision to bring Goldstein and Daley aboard the DC camp for the Flashpoint movie was taken after a couple of directors previously parted ways over creative differences. 

The list includes some famous names as well, like Seth Grahame-Smith and Rick Famuyiwa.

Hopefully, more details from the Flash solo movie will surface as and when the filming gets underway. 

Starring Miller in the lead role, the DCEU movie boasts a cast including Kiersey Clemons (as Iris West), Billy Crudup (Henry Allen), Ray Fisher (Cyborg) and a Gal Gadot cameo (as Wonder Woman). 



The Flashpoint movie is currently slated for a 2020 release.