The Original Flash TV Show is Playing on the WB Website; If You're a Fan This is a "Must See"!
Can the WB successfully remove the cobwebs, dust off their shelved speedster and bring him back to the screen in our day and age?
The president, chief creative officer, and a few more representatives speak with the LA Times heavily on the task adapting their superheroes to the silver-screen.
Jay Baruchel, who was originally set to play Maxwell Lord in the dead George Miller film 'Justice League: Mortal' talks more about the film!
Greg Berlanti, writer and producer for both Green Lantern & Flash movies, talks about the Green Lantern Comic Con footage, the ring constructs, the film's accessibility to audiences and the current progress of the Flash movie script
At the DC Nation Comic Con Panel, the comic book writer briefly confirmed that work is moving ahead on a Flash
movie and once again dropped hints that we'll see Batgirl outside of the comic books.
my counterpoint to Romack's article
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Warner Bros has signed three familiar writers to pen the superhero projects; even though the first Green Lantern film has yet to hit theaters.
Along with announcing Sherlock Holmes sequel Start period & when to expect Superman's return, Warner Bros. chairman announces that a "Flash" movie, with DC Entertainment is getting closer to getting the Go-Ahead. Check it Out!
Word on the street is the WB is lining up a Director!
Case File #003: Can the "Fastest Man Alive" hit the ground running on the big screen?
While interviewing Warner Bros president, Jeff Robinov, The New York Times get quotes from Christopher Nolan and mention what DC Entertainment may have planned next...
Over on YouTube, user "misterbigmouth" has posted a video claiming to be "early game footage from the cancelled Flash video game...
Screenwriter is saying that the movie is going forward....
News report that Charles Roven, producer of The Dark Knight, and his attachment to the as-of-now undeveloped movie, The Flash, is on the ropes.
An inside source is reporting that Warner Bros. Pictures Group president Jeff Robinov is pulling the plug on these pictures for the time being.
So the Scarlet Speedster is one of many heroes coming to the big screen. I know it's been talked about but it's Finally moving forward.
Lost Star is reportedly quitting television. The sixth and final season of J.J. Abrams (Star Trek) strange and original sci-fi drama series Lost is still half a year away, but it’s going to spell the end of his television career according to Matthew Fox himself. So read on and if it's only feature films he's interested in doing maybe he should give Warner Brothers a call, he's perfect for the Flash!