Ezra Miller met with executives from Warner Bros. to explore rescuing the film “The Flash,” which schedule for release in June 2023, according to reports.
Ezra Miller met with Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy from Warner Bros. at the Burbank, California studio.
Ezra Miller prefers they/them pronouns. And their agent reportedly met with Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy of Warners recently at the Burbank, California studio.
According to reports, the meeting called to make sure that “The Flash” movie was still on track for its release date.
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And to give Ezra Miller a chance to “apologize” for the bad press they had brought upon the film and Warner Bros.
A spokesperson for Ezra Miller and Warner Bros. Discovery did not immediately reply to a request for comment.
Over the past few months, Ezra Miller has been the subject of various controversies.
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The actor detains in the past. Several times in Hawaii for fighting and unruly behavior.
Ezra Miller was also accused of using “cult-like and psychologically deceptive, dominating behavior” to allegedly “groom”. The activist Tokata Iron Eyes, is now 18 years old.
Miller was accused of criminal burglary in Vermont in August.
Ezra Miller responded to the actor’s prior behavior, which includes a string of arrests.
And abuse claims over the past several months. In a statement following the actor’s most recent legal issues.
The non-binary star of “The Flash” revealed they are getting help for “complicated mental health concerns.”
Following a recent period of extreme crises.
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Ezra Miller announced in a statement. “I now recognize that I am experiencing significant mental health challenges.
And have started continuing treatment.”
Early in August, Variety claimed that despite Miller’s legal worries, “The Flash” was still moving forward.
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David Zaslav, CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, expressed his “great excitement” for the future film.
This will release in June 2023, to Variety.
“Shazam 2,” “Black Adam,” and “The Flash” have all watched, according to Zaslav.
We are quite excited about them, he continued. We have seen them.
Although they are excellent in our opinion, we think they may be much better.”