See How The Flash Movie Celebrated Its First Day Of Filming

While seeing any movie you’re looking forward to get in front of cameras is certainly a big deal, for The Flash it’s an even bigger deal, simply because it has been a quite hard road to get to this point. At various points it would have been easy to scrap the movie or for fans to just stop caring considering how long it was taking, but now that filming has begun, we know this movie is actually going to happen.

Back in 2016, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies writer Seth Grahame-Smith would be the first director brought on board The Flash to leave the movie, but he would not be the last. Rick Famuyiwa would be attached at one point. The duo of John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein would replace him. Finally, Andy Muschietti, following his success with the Stephen King’s IT, would come on board, making him the fourth director over the course of about four years. 

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