But wait, that's not all: The actor writes the script with superstar comic book author Grant Morrison.
Acting as Scarlet Speedster, actor Ezra Miller takes a direct approach to The Flash.
Miller attempts to write the script for the Warner Bros. project The Hollywood Reporter has learned. He teamed up with Grant Morrison, the acclaimed comic book author, to formulate a draft to determine if he plays Barry Allen as a thriller.
Development has emerged from a collision of creative visions. John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, who have been aboard the project since January 2018, have a light-hearted approach to the material (and even come from that background, with credits such as Spider-Man: Homecoming [1
Miller is supposed to darken the material.
The two sides have been working on compromises since last year, but Miller took the initiative himself. He worked with Morrison, with Warners hiring the two to write their recordings. It is rare for an actor to invest in a superhero project to change his hat, but Miller is very committed to the character.
Despite his namesake's Flash is anything but on his journey to the screen, through several directors and writers. Miller, however, was a constant after being cast by filmmaker Zack Snyder for the role in 2016 Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice and completely hugged the role in Justice League .
The script could be submitted to the studio next week.
However, it could ride a lot. If Warner decides against Miller's attitude of the hero, the actor could part with the project. In addition, and suitable for a hero who beats the clock, there is also a countdown scenario here: According to an insider, Miller's Holding Deal ends at Flash in May.
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Flash Miller remains present on the Warners lot. He has played a key character in the films of Fantastic Beasts and is expected to make the third installment of the series by the end of this year.