For a movie about someone with super speed… this film is moving at a snail’s pace.

The Flash is an odd movie for the cinematic side of DC. It’s gone through two directors and still doesn’t have one fixed yet, and the script is being rewritten from page one, reports Variety. Warner has decided to completely redo the script while they look for a third director.

The star of the film, Ezra Miller, did confess some concerns, saying it was a “tragic relay race” of people quitting, back in November 2016. He did say, however, the project would be moving forward regardless. So perhaps this is the best use of their time.

“These processes are complicated, and I think it can – from afar –appear to be something interpersonal or dramatic,” he said. “These are groups of people taking the development of projects extremely seriously, and the teams are changing all the time. There’s often a lot of flux in who the team of the production of a film is before that production starts, and in this case, you hear about it, because it’s a critical figure – the directors that have been coming on and leaving. For me, it’s sort of a tragic relay race.”

The movie is still scheduled for 2018, but the likelihood of it meeting that date is rather low.

Miller’s next appearance will be in Justice League, which is scheduled to release in November, and will appear alongside Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa and Ray Fisher.

Hopefully it won’t suck.