Announced in 2014 as part of the DCEU, The Flash had Grant Morrison and Azra Miller as writers, but why didn’t we see this movie.
Among the multiple writers of The Flash, we can mention Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (The Lego Movie), Seth Grahame-Smith (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), Rick Famuyiwa (Dope), Joby Harold (Obi-Wan Kenobi) and John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein (Spider-Man: Homecoming). But those who drew the most attention were Ezra Miller himself with comic book superstar Grant Morrison, but why didn’t we see this movie?
Do not stop reading: This was the script of the movie The Flash, by Ezra Miller and Grant Morrison
Previously, the British writer has defined his film proposal as “a very different type of superhero. It was more like Back to the Future than a superhero movie… The dark elements were there and the material they wanted us to use was from Flashpoint. So Ezra and I were trying to do something that was a little bit more, like I say, it’s like a big sci-fi story.”
Warner did not approve the Flash movie written by Grant Morrison and Ezra Miller
Recently, in an interview with Rolling Stone, Grant Morrison was asked about the script he wrote with Ezra Miller for the movie The Flash. This was what he said:
“Well, there were several versions, and as I recall, Ezra wasn’t entirely happy with what they were doing at the time. Ezra had a ton of ideas; he came to me with a book of ideas. And then we work together. It really was just the two of us. He came here to Scotland and we hung out and wrote this thing. I loved it. Warner Bros. only gave us two weeks. It was cruel, you know. It was hard. We had to be like Flash to get it, and they were looking for something very different. They paid me, and it was a lot of fun. We didn’t get the job they were after, which was to establish a franchise and get other characters involved. It was a Flash story, so that wasn’t where they wanted to go with the Multiverse and stuff. And that was the end.”
Sources: Screen Rant and Rolling Stone
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