Yesterday, we found out that Warner Bros. created DC Entertainment, and today, we found out that there would be a Flash movie in the works, according to IGN & SuperheroHype.com, Charles Roven, the producer of The Dark Knight says-
"I was involved at one point with The Flash," said Roven. "And Warner Bros. came to me and said, 'The work that you've been doing hasn't yet resulted in something that any of us, including the filmmaking team, feel could be greenlit as a movie. We're trying to accomplish something that takes into account the entire, rich DC character world, and we'd like to pull it back. That doesn't mean that you aren't going to be a part of it. We just want to take a different kind of approach. Do you mind if we try that?' If we had something that was really working..."
and then, we get this, from Dan Mazeau, the screenwriter of the film(courtesy of IGN)-
"Just to chime in on your latest article(here): The Flash has not been hobbled. Everything is moving forward as planned, I'm still writing the script..." "...Flash fans have no cause for concern, and -- IMO -- lots to be excited about."
That sounds promising. To be honest, I won't believe anything until I see some good, solid proof that this will happen. We've seen too many projects like this be planned then scrapped.
We'll keep you updated.