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The Real Reason Why 'The Flash' Film Is Taking Forever to Get Released


In 2014, Warner Bros. announced that The Flash movie, starring Ezra Miller, would be released in 2018 as an installment of the DC Extended Universe. 

But it's now 2019 and the movie has yet to be released. In fact, the filming process hasn't even begun yet. How is it that a film about the world's fastest superhero is moving at a snail's pace? And when is the actual release date? Luckily, we've got some answers.

What happened after the 2014 announcement?

At first, both Phil Lord and Chris Miller were rumored to become directors of The Flash. Warner Bros. had already hired the duo to help develop the movie's script, but since they were also working on their Star Wars movie, the chances of also taking them on as directors was pretty slim.