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Scribe Dan Mazeau confirms that Warner Bros. Pictures is still 'finalizing their strategy' to develop the film adaptation of the DC Comics character, adding that The Flash is 'very high on the list.'
The 'Case 39' star is rumored to be on the shortlist of 'The Flash', while the filmmaker reportedly does not want to direct the movie because he wants to do 'something in between size-wise first.'
The studio is developing the projects by hiring 'Green Lantern' writers Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim.
On a press release of his latest film project 'The Bank Job', producer Charles Roven revealed that 'The Flash' would stick on the source material and it would be an action movie.
The "Wedding Crashers" maker revealed to MTV that he is replacing Shawn Levy for the position.
Shawn Levy is replacing David Goyer to helm "The Flash."
David Goyer has stated on his blog that he is not writing and directing "The Flash" for Warner Bros. anymore.