Adam Brody Discusses The Flash Role in Justice League: Mortal

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Recently on Kevin Smith’s Fatman on Batman, Kevin Smith talked about various things that have gone on with Suicide Squad, namely the lack of security on set,  but at the end of the podcast, he went on to play an old interview he did with his wife with Adam Brody, who was set to play Barry Allen/The Flash in Justice League: Mortal, his role in the film and how much he thinks Christopher Nolan had to do with the collapse of the film outside of the financial reasons.

With the recent documentary coming out I am sure we will get more details from Adam Brody and the rest of the cast and crew, but for now this is a great little insight on what happened.

The last 15 minutes at the 1:30:00 mark is where the interview takes place:

Eric Curto

Eric Curto

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  • SAMURAI36

    As much this sounds extremely interesting, I still think it was for the best that it didn’t happen, & what we are gonna get now is gonna be much better. Also, please understand, I’m not a fan of Marvel in the slightest. However, I do have to admit, that the route they went with establishing their Cinematic Universe is probably the better way. Dropping the JL in everyone’s lap with no precontext, seems extremely risky; of you fail, then your entire franchise is ruined, with little to no way to recoup.
    Also, Kevin Smith seems cool & all, but he’s annoying as hell. There’s no way anyone could pay me to listen to an hour of his nerd antics.