The Flash director Seth Grahame-Smith was last seen sprinting away from Warner Bros.' Burbank, California headquarters at 4000 Warner Boulevard yesterday. Studio reps are citing "creative differences" for his quick exit, but The Outhouse's inside sources say that those differences were because the Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies writer couldn't add in werewolves into what was supposed to be the final movie in his horror monster trilogy.
Although Warner Bros. is still going forward with the Grahame-Smith penned script, the director was attempting to make last minute additions to the movie to shoe-horn in werewolves. Grahame-Smith's script is based on a treatment by The Lego Movie's Phil Lord and Christopher Miller and is the screenwriter behind the upcoming Lego Batman film. While it seems that Warner Bros. is happy with his scripts, they're less so with his directorial actions.
The Flash already has a debut date set for March 3, 2018, so Warner Bros. needs to find a new director fast. Meanwhile, this gives Grahame-Smith time to polish the masterpiece that will be Beetlejuice 2.
There's also rumors that James Wan is having troubles himself with Aquaman...