The actress Jessica Parker Kennedy, a Nora Allen from the series The Flash, gives A.D, participated in the program in podcast The Tomorrow Show, presented by Keven Undergaro. and during the interview, the presenter asked her if the series' cast would fit into a theatrical adaptation. Parker answered yes, that Grant Gustin, the protagonist of the series, has the ideal profile to play the character both on TV and in the cinema, as it is the only one Flash imaginable.
“You know, I think that was one of the first things I said to the Grant when I met him. I said 'man, you should be the Flash at the movies!'because I just think it's perfect for the role“Said the actress. "But of course, I don't say that in disrespect to the Ezra Miller. I love him, I've been watching his movies, I've been a fan of his work for a long time", continued. "But I can't imagine anyone else like the Flash. I just think the Flash it's the Grant. He's perfect for that“, Finished.
The Flash of Ezra Miller
The relationship of Miller in the film in The Flash is increasingly compromised. This is because the actor disagreed with the small approach given to the character by Warner Bros. Pictures. Ezra committed itself to writing a new version in order to convince the Warner and the directors of the feature, Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, to pledge the hero's story within the DCEU (DC Extended Universe). If the material did not please both of them, they could consider it discarded from the paper.
Rumors point out that Miller it is no longer the hero's face on the big screen. That's because according to the portal We Got This Covered, a Warner he did not like the attitudes taken by the actor at all. However, no official statement had been presented to the press by their advisors. Planned to be adapted from Flashpoint - also called Ignition point, is an arc of history crossover das HQs written by Geoff Johns and designed by Andy Kubert - the idea ended up being discarded in late 2018.
Until now, there is no forecast debut for The Flash.