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RUMOR: The Flash To Wrap Production By May Of Next Year?

We still really have no idea what to expect from Warner Bros.’ The Flash film. For a while, it stood as a standalone film, and then at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con, it looked like we’d be getting a Flashpoint adaptation. Now, it sounds like they’ve gone full circle and are working on a standalone film…I think…?

Though regardless of all the questions we still have surrounding the Ezra Miller-starring superhero flick, there’s been rumblings that the movie could begin its production in as soon as five months — this coming February 5th, to be exact, according to Discussing Film.

Now, The GWW is stating that the studio is also planning on wrapping the movie’s production by May of that same year, giving three-plus months of production, depending on when in the month they end up wrapping.

RELATED – RUMOR: Matt Reeves’ The Batman Script Nearing Completion, Shoot After Birds Of Prey And The Flash

The Flash (or Flashpoint, depending on what we end up with), looks set to hit production after Birds of Prey this coming January, and before Matt Reeves’ The Batman — though it’s worth repeating that all of these dates are still currently rumored, and NOT confirmed.

What do you think of the upcoming Flash film (from Game Night directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein) finishing up in the middle of next year? Do you think it’ll happen? Let us know down below!

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