‘The Flash’: Website says script for sequel is ready and film will star Dwayne Johnson and James Gunn



According to The Hollywood Reporter, the script for “The Flash” sequel is ready. Reporter Borys Kit has heard from multiple company sources of a leaderless power struggle, in light of Walter Hamada’s departure as president of the comic company’s audio-visual division.

James Gunn (Suicide Squad, Peacemaker), Matt Reeves (Batman) and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson (Black Adam) are pushing forward projects that had been banned by Hamada. It all seems a bit of a stretch, but apparently the police don’t tend to get it wrong.

The article says the script for a sequel to The Flash has been completed, written by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick – screenwriter of ‘Aquaman’ (2018) and horror films such as ‘Orphan 2: Inception’ (2022) and ‘The Summoning ‘Evil 3: The Devil’s Order’ (2021).

Recalling that this does not mean that a sequel has already been approved. In reality, the script is a step up, but it depends on whether the first movie does well at the box office. Although the name of the feature is linked to various Ezra Miller controversies, the company remains confident in the release.

Recalling that the plot of ‘The Flash’ will show Barry Allen / Flash (Miller) traveling through time to prevent the murder of his mother. However, when he returns to the present, his mother is still alive…. but the world is a nightmare. The Justice League never existed and Barry must do everything to correct all its faults.

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