After years of debate, it appears Ezra Miller will be suiting up for the Flash standalone movie in the near future.
Warner Bros. may recast The Flash unless Ezra Miller and co-writer Grant Morrison can come up with a dark, compelling new script.
Production is finally starting to ramp up on DC's The Flash movie after clearing a number of production hurtles.
Directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein will rewrite The Flash in addition to helming the long-gestating project.
A newly surfaced interview sees Ezra Miller dishing out details on The Flash solo movie, which will open up the DC multiverse.
With Aquaman 2 already in early development, Jason Momoa reveals which Justice League members he would like to see appear in the sequel.
The Flash is still happening, and it's going to be crazy-dope, says Ezra Miller.
Warner Bros. has been forced to delay The Flash solo movie yet again, with production now slated for late 2019 at best, with hopes of a 2021 release.
A new report suggests that The Flash Movie will begin filming early next year with an eye on a 2020 release date.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan is pretty sure that the Flashpoint version of Batman isn't happening because of Zack Snyder's DC exit.
Toby Emmerich has faith in Aquaman but knows DC movies need to be better in the future in order to succeed.
The Flash movie is finally gaining momentum with filming set to begin in early 2019.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan has had some time to think about portraying Batman and knows how he'd approach the role.
Zack Snyder uses some Greek philosophy to help provide answers to one of the more confusing scenes in Batman V Superman.
A new report suggests that Warner Bros.' The Flash solo movie is no longer going to be titled Flashpoint.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan is no stranger to the Flashpoint source material and hopes to play Batman, calling it the thrill of a lifetime.
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley have confirmed that they are officially directing the Flashpoint movie.
The Flash movie Flashpoint may actually start production later this year if everything works out according to rumored plans.
A new rumor claims that Warner Bros. is upset over Ben Affleck's hesitation to continue on with DC's Batman franchise.
John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein say that Flashpoint's Barry Allen is a relatable character, much like Marvel's Peter Parker.