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The Flash Movie Gets A New Director


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With David Goyer announcing that he’s off the movie adaptation of the Flash late last week, the void didn’t remain unfilled for long.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Shawn (Night at the Museum) Levy has stepped in as the new director for the project at Warner Bros. The movie will be his directorial follow-up to Museum.

The film version of DC Comics’ speedster will be produced by Charles Roven and Alex Gartner, with Levy most likely joining the two.

From THR:

Sources said that Levy, who before "Museum" had been known for such comedies as "Cheaper by the Dozen" and "The Pink Panther," has no intention of making "Flash" a comedy but is aiming for a lighter movie than previous Warners comic book adaptations, such as "Batman Begins" and "Superman Returns." Goyer's "Flash" also had been dark-themed.

Levy will oversee the writing of the new draft, and it is believed elements of Goyer's script will be used in the development process.

Courtesy of Newsarama and The Hollywood Reporter.

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So we traded the guy who directed "Blade: Trinity" for the guy who directed, well, those crap movies the article mentions. There wasn't anything to be excited about before, and there isn't anything to be excited about now. Now Goyer writing and Christopher Nolan direction, that would be something to talk about...

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