‘The Flash’ Movie Abandoned By Director Seth Grahame-Smith Out Of Frustration?

‘The Flash’ Movie Abandoned By Director Seth Grahame-Smith Out Of Frustration?
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Director Seth Grahame-Smith has recently bid goodbye to “The Flash” movie as frustrations heat up between him and Warner Bros.


According to Variety, the director left “The Flash” due to “creative differences” with the producers, despite having written the script.

The director has also written scripts for “Pride & Prejudice & Zombies” and “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.” Despite having “The Flash” as his first movie to direct, Seth Grahame-Smith has already worked for “Dark Shadows” and “Beetlejuice 2” for its screenplays.

“The Flash,” which will star Ezra Miller, also appeared in the recent “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

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The movie will be shown March 3, 2018. Despite Seth Grahame-Smith’s dropping out of the film, Slash Film noted that it still has a lot of time to look for a replacement.

“With a little under two years to go, the project has plenty of time to find a new director and get back on track,” the report said.

This is not the first time Warner Bros. dealt with a director who backed out from a film. Same situation happened a year ago when director Michelle MacLaren dropped out of “Wonder Woman” production due to the same “creative differences.”

She was then replaced y Patty Jenkins. “Wonder Woman” will be released on June 2, 2017.

Grahame-Smith’s decision to drop work with Warner Bros. came after the sudden fall of box office sales for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

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