The big screen adaptation of DC Comics Flashpoint has been through its share of directors and now it looks like the film will have two new directors attached.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the screenwriters behind last year’s smash hit superhero movie Spider-Man: Homecoming will be taking over as co-directors of Flashpoint starring Ezra Miller. Flashpoint is based on the story arc by Goeff Johns and Andy Kubert and deals with Barry Allen (Miller) traveling back in time and changing the present.
Warner Brothers has tapped Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley to direct the film, which currently has no release date. The duo are known for their work in comedies including writing Horrible Bosses, writing and directing the remake of Vacation, writing Spider-Man: Homecoming and writing/directing the upcoming Jason Bateman comedy Game Night.