Seth Grahame-Smith Leaves The Flash Over Creative Differences

Saturday, 30 April 2016 - 2:27PM
DC Comics
The Flash
Saturday, 30 April 2016 - 2:27PM
Seth Grahame-Smith Leaves The Flash Over Creative Differences
Seth Grahame-Smith was supposed to make his directorial debut on The Flash, but according to a recent report by The Hollywood Reporter, it looks like that won't be the case.

Grahame-Smith is the author and screenwriter of works like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, but he was looking to try his hand at directing with The Flash. Now, however, he's left the project due to creative differences.  

The fact that he's no longer involved may not necessarily be a bad thing, though. Grahame-Smith could end up being a really great breakout director, but at the same time, it makes more sense for the studio to go with a more experienced director for a project as high-profile as The Flash.

Him leaving the film also raises questions about what exactly the creative differences actually were, and if this means's that the studio's trying to maintain more creative control after the critical backlash over Batman v Superman.

Grahame-Smith's script is still reportedly going to be used for the movie, but there's not been any official word yet on who's going to be hired to replace him behind the camera.
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