“Spider-Man: Homecoming” Writers to Direct The Flash’s Solo Movie “Flashpoint” for WB, DC


Flashpoint Directors

It didn’t take long for Walter Hamada to make his presence felt as the incoming boss at DC Films, as the Tracking Board has confirmed that and are in negotiations to direct The Flash’s solo movie  after helming Vacation and Game Night for New Line, where Hamada used to be an executive.

Ezra Miller is set to star in the film once he wraps another Warner Bros. tentpole, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

Veteran screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith and Dope director Rick Famuyiwa were previously attached to direct the project, which has since been re-conceived following a page-one rewrite from Joby Harold (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword).

Warners had been courting Ben Affleck to direct at one point, but he turned down the , and the didn’t want to wait for Robert Zemeckis, so they moved quickly to secure Goldstein and Daley, who wrote the well-received Spider-Man: Homecoming. The duo nearly directed that film, but they seem particularly well-suited for Flashpoint, given that their strength is comedy, and The Flash served as the comic relief in Justice League.

Considering WB/DC’s ambitions for this film, I think this duo counts as a win. Now let’s just hope they stick around to help Miller make the most of his moment in the superhero spotlight.

Goldstein and Daley are represented by UTA and Fourth Wall Management, and their hiring was first reported by Variety.

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  1. May I be frank? I did not like “SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING” when it first hit the theaters. I did not even bother to buy the DVD copy of it. But for some reason, I gave it a second chance and watched it again after renting it via Netflix. I thought I would like it more. Instead, my opinion of the film sunk even lower. I heard that Warner Bros. had hired Goldstein and Daley, those responsible for writing the film, to direct the upcoming “FLASHPOINT”. When I heard this . . . God, this just a mess. WB hired these two, who wrote that ridiculous Spider-man movie to direct an adaptation of an intense story like “Flashpoint”?

    You know what? I don’t know what else to say. I’m too disgusted.

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