David Goyer Abandons "The Flash"
Took the same decision as Joss Whedon did on "Wonder Woman", David Goyer has announced on his Blog that he no longer seats as both writer and director in "The Flash", which, like "Woman" is also set up at Warner Bros. Pictures.
"I am sad to say that my version of The Flash is dead at WB," so he stated. "The God's honest truth is that WB and myself simply couldn't agree on what would make for a cool Flash film."
While adding that the studio is heading off in a completely different direction, Goyer in the meantime promised that he would soon give report about his other project instead of "The Flash." The man is known to have been developing "Flash" since 2004 and during the time was said to have wanted his "Blade: Trinity" star Ryan Reynolds to star in as the title character.
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