Ezra Miller Says He Already Met With The Flash Movie Directors

It looks like DC Extended Universe actor Ezra Miller just recently met with The Flash movie's latest directors, Jonatha Goldstein and John Francis Daley.

There've been a lot of directors in and out of Warner Bros. Upcoming Flash solo movie ever since the studio first announced the film in 2014 – first, it was Seth Grahame Smith, then Dope director Rick Famuyiwa, and now Spider-Man: Homecoming writers Daley and Goldstein.

Speaking during this weekend's Wizard World Comic Con (via Spotlite), Miller was asked by one of his fans if he had already met the new directors of his standalone film. The actor's answer was a clear yes.

"Yeah, I did. I met them. I met them recently. They're really, really, really cool guys. I really like their work a lot. I think they're really great," Miller said without any hesitation.

For those who aren't familiar with the duo's work, Daley and Goldstein have worked on several projects together, writing Horrible Bosses and co-directing films like Game Night and Vacation.

Though this isn't any indication that production will finally begin for The Flash, it certainly is a good sign. We all want to know whether Miller's finally gotten to meet the directors of his film, especially since the film's looking towards a 2020 release date.

The Flash doesn't have a specific premiere date yet, but we'll everyone know as soon as we get the word.

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