Warner Bros. is discarding previous plans for its upcoming movie about DC Comics superhero “The Flash,” starring Ezra Miller in the title role, and has opted for a new direction based on the 2011 DC Comics miniseries “Flashpoint.”Written by DC Entertainment President and CCO Geoff Johns, the “Flashpoint” comics storyline sees Barry Allen/The Flash travel back in time to avert the murder of his mother.The decision to adapt “Flashpoint” also reflects the close involvement of DC Entertainment President and CCO Geoff Johns, who since 2016 has served at WB as co-master of the DC Extended Universe film franchise.
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