David Goyer On Whether Or Not His Flash Script Could See The Light Of Day


TheFlashIt’s been a huge day so far over at DC and Warner Brothers. While their latest film, Man Of Steel, has been a bit of a mixed bag critically, it managed to notch 21 million dollars in its midnight showings alone. Not only that the film is tracking for a huge weekend of around the 100 million dollar mark.

This is good news for those that want to see more DC characters in movies. There has been a lot of talk here recently about Justice League, as well as where the Man Of Steel sequel could go. However, there hasn’t been much in the way news for any other solo character outings. The most recent report was that WB is kicking the tires on possible Wonder Woman and Aquaman movies.

But what about The Flash? The Scarlet Speedster has been rumored to have his own film in development for quite some time now. Warner Brothers even has multiple scripts, including one from Green Lantern scribe Marc Guggenheim. Another script that WB has is from Man Of Steel screenwriter David Goyer.

Goyer was asked by Crave Online about his script for The Flash, where he said it’s still in play and that people like it.  “It’s possible,” he said when asked if there’s a chance the scripts could be revived. “It’s still a script that people like, and I think a lot depends on how well this movie does over the next few weeks.”

So once again, same story different day. The key to the DC movie universe is in Man Of Steel’s hands. So if you are wanting to see more DC movie get made, get out and support the film which is out today. For the latest on all things DC movies, check back here at Comic Book Therapy.

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Source : Crave Online