Despite the criticism surrounding the first movie, a recent source claims that the script for The Flash 2 has already been drafted.  

The forthcoming DC Extended Universe film will star Ezra Miller in addition to veteran actors Kiersey Clemons, Michael Shannon, Antje Traue, Ben Affleck, and Michael Keaton. 

Ron Livingston, who will replace Billy Crudup as Henry Allen in The Flash, Maribel Verd, who will play Nora Allen, and Sasha Calle, who will play Supergirl, will all make their DC Universe debuts. 

The Flash is anticipated to follow Miller’s Barry Allen as he utilizes his abilities to travel back in time to prevent the death of his mother, however, doing so has several unintended implications for his timeline.

Barry will seek assistance from several pals, including a multiverse version of himself, Calle’s Supergirl, and Keaton’s Batman, to return the chronology to its rightful condition. 

The Flash has had several rewrites, new directors, and release date delays as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and Miller’s legal issues, but it seems WB remains optimistic about the future of the project. 

Multiple DCEU development developments acquired from inside sources were recently reported by The Hollywood Reporter.  

One such update was The Flash 2, with insiders claiming that Aquaman screenwriter David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick had already penned the story for the possible sequel. 

Those with knowledge of the issue observe that The Flash 2 will only proceed if the first movie is a commercial success. 

It should be mentioned that the reports claiming that the script for The Flash 2 is fully written suggest that the sequel will only be approved if the first movie is a commercial success.