El actor que representa a Harrison Wells recupera la polémica sobre lo inapropiado del universo televisivo de Flash para el cine, reivindicando a Grant Gustin como ACTOR:
"It was either Variety or Vanity Fair that wrote an article that said [DC] needs to watch what they’re doing on TV, because the TV’s working and some of the other darker stuff isn’t working.
Here’s what I’ll say about him not being The Flash. The first thing is that for Zack Snyder to say 'that’s not really the universe that we’re building,' it’s excruciating for an actor.
Because you’re like, 'Uh, what about acting?' He’s a clean-cut guy and winning, yes, because he’s acting that.
He’s not Barry Allen. He’s Grant Gustin. He created that thing.
If you want [your Flash] to have long hair and be a slacker, believe me, Grant can play that."
"[Gustin] makes it look easy and makes everyone think that’s what he is because he’s an incredibly skilled talent. That’s why he has that job. That’s why people like the show.
If Zack Snyder were to read him for [The Flash], he would be shocked.
It’s crazy for a big-time Hollywood director to say 'that’s not the universe.' It’s a huge misstep on his part.
If you’re a director, and you’re worth your oats, then you should be able to, given an actor with talent, mold him into what you want, and Grant could do that."
¿Cambiarán las opciones de Gustin ahora que Flash se ha quedado sin director y Geoff JOhns está al cargo de las películas...? DEBERÍAN.