The move is in response to disagreements with the directors.
Ezra Miller, who has played The Flash since Batman v Superman: Justice of Justice, is now said to write a version of The Flash script with cartoonist Grant Morrison.
As reported by the THR, this step is in response to a "clash of creative visions" between directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, who want a more brilliant approach, and Miller, who "is said to want a darker take on the material. "
Moreover, these sources say that the manuscript may be ready to be sent to the studio next week.
It is said that if WB decides to go against Miller and Morrison take The Flash, "the actor could share ways with the project," as "Miller holding agreement on Flash expires May."
Although there seems to be some friction between star and studio, Miller is still heavily involved as he is also a part of WB's Fantastic Beast's franchise and plays a key role as Credenc e Barebone.
This lighter tone strategy from WB is very much in line with its approach to films such as Aquaman, who recently earned over $ 1
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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN who probably wrote this article faster than The Flash could. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst.