The text is being worked on by the creator of comics, Grant Morrison.
According to sources from The Hollywood Reporter, the authors of the solo Flash film have been in creative conflict for some time.
John Francis Daily and Jonathan M. Goldstein, who worked on Spider-Man: Homecoming, wanted to make the film more frivolous, like Aquaman. Warner Bros. itself agreed with that.
However, Ezra Miller, assigned to the main role of Barry Allen, insisted on a darker tone of the story.
No compromise was reached, and as a result, Warner Bros. allowed Miller to start writing her own version of the script, joining forces with the writer and comic creator Grant Morrison – among his works The Flash: The Human Race and Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth.
As noted by THR, the scenario of Miller and Morrison may be submitted to the studio in the coming weeks, and if Warner Bros. will not accept it, that is, the probability that the actor will leave the project.
Moreover, the current deal of Ezra Miller is relevant only until May, so time is running out.
In October, the media reported that due to Miller’s schedule and delays in the production of Warner Bros. transferred Flash output to 2021, and filming will begin no earlier than the end of 2019.