With The Flash likely heading to the big screen within the next few years, I've compiled a list of six directors who I think are qualified to properly bring the Fastest Man Alive to life in his long in-development movie.
From a certain Flash hero, to the villain to the director and the ins and outs. I'll tell you why for these picks.
A view on who should direct traffic while the Fastest Man Alive speeds through Central City. Spoiler Alert: this article lacks Joss Whedon.
Hellz yeah it does!
I think Warner Brothers does itself a disservice by not making it a priority to put this great character on the Big Screen. The Fastest Man Alive should not be the SLOWEST developing property. Here are my personal views on The Flash and how he should be approached in film.
I know every other day someone posts their thoughts on how to do The Flash film, and it's my understanding that a lot of those guys don't know what they're talking about. So, as a longtime reader and fan, here's my two cents (or "guidance") on bringing a straightforward story of THE FLASH to life, check it out if you like (that means YOU, WB ;-) ).
When asked which comic book character he would like to play, former Harry Potter Daniel Radcliffe reveals his interest in portraying the DC Comics character The Flash.
My thoughts on whom should be the people to put a Flash movie together. Hit the jump to hear my take.
While doing an interview Kevin Conroy let it slip that he is working on a new animated project for DC Animation that will be based on Geoff Johns' Flashpoint run.
Screenwriter Dan Mazeau updates The Bleach
live-action movie adaptations. Says Bleach will be set in Japan and won't repeat the same mistakes as Dragon Ball Z
Wrath of the Titans screenwriter Dan Mazeau, who once wrote a draft of The Flash script for Warner Bros., has revealed that the studio are still working on bringing other DC superheroes to the big screen and Barry Allen is high on their list.
A well-written, essay on why A Flash movie NEEDS to hit the big screen, over any other Comic Book character!
In 1990, CBS green lit a live-action television drama based on the DC Comic character, The Flash. A bold, daring drama, The Flash was a remarkable and unforgettable series, but ultimately a failure. The lessons of this series laid the foundation for the superhero Renaissance in contemporary film and TV...
A recent report is stating that Warner Brothers is looking to push forward with a Justice League project that will happen after sequels for Man of Steel and Green Lantern.
Back in 2007 Real Steel director Shawn Levy was attached to helm The Flash for WB. Now speaking to Collider he describes what happened and suggests the possibility is there for his return should the movie go forward..
The results are in on the poll I took on which villain comicbookmovie.com users would like to see in a Flash movie, click here to check out who you, the users, think The Scarlett Speedster should face.
With The Flash being the next likely choice for Warner Brothers to develop in to a comic book movie I wanted to get the users of CBM's view on just who you guys/girls think the Scarlet Speedster should go up against.
The president of the Warner Bros. film group confirms that there's a 'solid script' for the long-in-development Flash film, while also dropping some interesting info about the possible Green Lantern sequel...
The actor who will portray Hal Jordan in the upcoming movie Green Lantern talks about the two roles he is related to, Green Lantern and Deadpool as well as comparing them to other heroes as The Flash. Hit the jump to check it out!
After losing out to Ryan Reynolds for the lead role in The Green Lantern, Bradley Cooper expresses his reservations about playing The Scarlet Speedster on the big screen.