Usain Bolt, who is regarded as the fastest man alive, is open to the idea of having a cameo role in the upcoming ‘The Flash’ movie.
The Jamaican sprinter spoke to MTV International in December to promote “I Am Bolt“, a documentary about his life.
In the interview, he was asked if he would consider a role in a superhero movie.
“Yeah, that’d be pretty cool,” Bolt said. “That’d be very cool, maybe do a cameo in Flash, or something”.
Ezra Miller played Barry Allen/The Flash in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, and will reprise the role this fall in Justice League before zooming into his own stand-alone Flash film in 2018.
Despite its reported 2018 release date, The Flash pre-production has not been without drama.
The Hollywood Reporter announced that the film’s director, Rick Famuyiwa, had left the project back in October, citing creative differences with Warner Bros.
This came after the movie’s writer, Seth Grahame-Smith, who was also initially lined up to direct, left for similar reasons.
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