Apparently, none of the actors were ever officially let go or told anything, and Brody has no idea whether or not the film will ever be made. He says, "Actually, I probably shouldn't be commenting on it, but who cares. I don't really know – I still feel like an outsider on that somehow. I know there was a tax credit thing and I know that the strike was a hindrance. Also, you've got Batman coming out and Singer wants to do another Superman. This is only speculation on my part, I have no inside knowledge of this, but, as a fan, I think there's controversy about going off and trying to [show a different Superman and Batman] ... I think maybe it will still happen, but I truly don't know any more than you do".
You have to hand it to George Miller -- he inspires loyalty, which is nice. When asked if he would still be on board should the film climb out of development hell, Brody was quick to count himself in: "I'm a huge George Miller fan and a huge comic fan, so I'd still be in. But maybe I won't be. I know that Ryan Reynolds was attached to The Flash for a while and then I got the part and everyone on the internet was like, 'Oh, he's no Ryan Reynolds! Reynolds is the only Flash!' I hope that if they do it in a year or so and it's a different guy and the new guy gets shit for not being me. Like, I become the only conceivable Flash." Oh, our fickle Internet. He's totally right.
So, there you have it -- again. And now you know Brody is reading, so tell him what you think of him ever playing the Flash. Or Spider-Man, because he offered himself up for consideration should there be a Tobey Maguire-less fourth.