Ryan Reynolds says "The Flash" may yet live. It just might not be in the superhero's own film first. Just hours ago, our own Shawn Adler peppered the oft-rumored star of "The Flash" about his association with the DC comics speedster and here's what Reynolds said: "'The Flash' isn't dead at all. There's talk of it being a JLA movie, the Justice League having them all together. And then there's other talk of doing a 'Flash' movie with [director] Shawn Levy."
Rumors of a Justice League movie have gained momentum in recent weeks. Now we're hearing it straight from one of the potential stars' mouths. When asked if he thought the JLA film might happen first, Reynolds told us, "[it] might, yeah. I don't really know how much I'm allowed to talk about that stuff. But I'm sure they'll figure out something. It's no secret that they have a JLA script and it's a project that's in development – the contents of which, who knows. We'll see."
For an actor who's no longer "officially" attached to play a role, Reynolds sounded very excited about the prospect of a Justice League film, "I'd love to see a full on Justice League movie done, the scope of which is just enormous. I think it's something they can pull off."