In addition to this, the scribes are also going to write the treatment for the big screen incarnation of The Flash.
According to their deal, they would then write the screenplay for one of the two projects, though which one has presently not been decided.
While development on a sequel this far out from a movie's release date is uncommon, it seems the studio likes what it has seen so far. This is also one of the first things Warner Bros. is doing under its newly configured relationship with DC.
The Flash film is going to take inspiration from Geoff Johns' (he was appointed to Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment in September) "recent work and will feature the Barry Allen incarnation of the character."