New and interesting developments seem to have taken place at Warner Bros studio with respect to their upcoming lineup of movies. Although the studio has not released an official confirmation as yet, reports suggest that Warner Bros may have moved "an untitled DC Comics film" up one week from its scheduled released of 23 March 2018.
This apparent change is to avoid a clash with another re-scheduled film – Steven Spielberg's sci-fi drama Ready Player One.
As per reports, the DC film in question is said to be the Ezra Miller-led big-screen version of The Flash, which has Seth Grahame-Smith directing. (via ComicBookMovie)
It's going to be a long wait for fans to see The Flash in action on the big screen, as recent rumours indicated that the cameo of the DC superhero in Batman v Superman, might have been removed in the final cut. "The Flash comes up for a brief moment (he's just a blur), but it's such a brief aside, you do see the actor in another scene just not in costume. But that might be cut from the movie entirely," stated Latino Review.
In an earlier interview, Batman v Superman costume designer Michael Wilkinson spoke about Miller's Flash look in the film stating that the character "is more like an Olympic marathon runner or something like that. He's shredded and he's not as bulky and as huge as a lot of the other guys in the League."
"But I'm really looking forward to taking the amazing, iconic costume for The Flash and interpreting it in a fresh way where Ezra Miller is playing The Flash. He's an extraordinary performer, he has a sort of interesting sense of humor and the youth that will be great for Barry Allen and I think he's going to make a great Flash," Wilkinson said.