As Warner Bros. continues to craft the Justice League on the big screen, one of those solo movies has lost its director.
The Flash movie has lost its director Seth Grahame-Smith due to “creative differences,” reports THR.com.
Also according to the report, the film will retain the script written by Grahame-Smith, which he wrote based on a treatment by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
The Flash film stars Ezra Miller as Barry Allen (“The Flash”), who first appeared in this year’s blockbuster smash Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and will appear in next year’s Justice League Part One as the “fastest man alive.”
The film already has a release date scheduled for March 16, 2018, which leaves the project plenty of time to lock up a new director.
The Flash is slated to hit theaters in March 2018.
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