Ezra Miller Will Bring The Humour To Justice League And To The DCEU


A lot of people have criticized DC for making dour films such as Batman v Superman, and some believe that this will be the eternal tone for the DCEU as a whole with no light among its stark canvas. However it is for a definite that the dawn is arriving and will stay for a long time, the dawn being The Flash played by Ezra Miller!

Talking in a recent interview with IGN,LEGO Movie directors, Chris Miller and Phil Lord weighed in on why the newly announced director for The Falsh, Rick Famuyiwa,  was tapped to take over and what they think he'll bring to the table. "We work with Rick and have been developing a pilot with him for a little while and are really big fans of his and Dope," Lord says. "I think he's a rad choice." Miller meanwhile would echo those sentiments, adding: "He's going to do a great job on it."

Interestingly, they went on to reveal that they weren't the ones responsible for bringing some humour to the DC Films Universe through The Flash as that's always what the studio had in mind for the Scarlet Speedster. "They had that planned for him in the first place," Miller revealed. "That's why they were talking to us in the first place because that's how they wanted to go with that character, and I think that's why they came to us. He brings in new energy. Batman has to be kind of bummed out because his parents died and Superman is already established as a serious person and Wonder Woman's angry about stuff. Stuff's happening. But then you've got a guy who's like, 'Eh, whatever, I run fast!'" 

I firmly believe that indeed Barry Allen will deliver the humour when needed especially after reading a scene from Justice League itself!

Source: IGN

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