After it was reported that John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein had been confirmed for the director chairs on DC’s upcoming Flashpoint film, it seems like many of us have been waiting for any inkling of information, because this adaptation will be no easy task. If you’ve read the source material, you know that this story is a big one to tackle.
According to Omega Underground, Flashpoint may be filming in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It’s not surprising, considering Warner Bros. recently filmed Suicide Squad in Toronto, with Shazam! filming there right now.
Sadly, that’s all we know about the film at this point for now, with no plot details or a production start date officially announced for the project. We’ve already lost a number of directors on the Flash movie, including Dope director Rick Famuiywa, so we’ll have to wait and see how this production shapes up.
Are you excited about the directing duo attached? Will you be visiting the Flashpoint set if it does shoot in Vancouver? Let us know in the comments below!
Flashpoint stars Ezra Miller as Barry Allen/The Flash, Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, and Gal Gadot is set to make an appearance as Wonder Woman.
Flashpoint does not currently have an official release date.
Source: Omega Underground
5 Actors Who Should Play Two-Face Ιn Τhe DC Extended Universe
While characters like Joker and Catwoman are the most popular among Batman’s rogues gallery, Two-Face is one of the most tragic and menacing. The character has already been played by Tommy Lee Jones and Aaron Eckhart on the big screen, but Two-Face has yet to join the newly-created DC Extended Universe. With The Batman coming out soon, there’s a solid chance audiences will be introduced to Harvey Dent as Matt Reeves expands on Gotham City.
Two-Face wasn’t always a dastardly villain, though. He started out as a dedicated District Attorney in Gotham. After taking the mob to court too many times, Harvey had acid thrown on his face. Not only did the incident scar half of his face, but it also sent Dent down a path of mental instability. While Dent can control himself sometimes, more often than not his murderous persona comes out and the two are forced to argue for control over his actions. Obsessed with the the idea of chance and what’s fair, Two-Face has a personal history with the Caped Crusader that makes this dangerous villain an emotional challenge for Batman unlike any of his other foes.
Hit Next to see who should bring Two-Face back to the big screen in the DC Extended Universe!