Reports Say Warner Bros. Will Not Cast Ezra Miller as The Flash Anymore
By christy r mathew
Following all of the controversy surrounding Ezra Miller, Warner Bros. Pictures has decided not to cast the actor as Barry Allen/The Flash in the DC Extended Universe.
According to the rumours, the star's recent erratic conduct has proved devastating for the company.
The studio tried to work with Miller, but his continuing conduct was too much for them to handle.
It is also worth noting that Warner Bros. invested $200 million USD in the yet-to-be-released The Flash film, starring Ezra Miller, in order to reinvigorate the DCEU to compete with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Miller's departure might derail preparations.
According to the sources, all projects involving the actor are expected to be shelved following the release of The Flash, with the film serving as Miller's final appearance as the hero.
Ezra Miller will reprise his role as Barry Allen/The Flash in the long-awaited The Flash film, which will be released on June 23, 2023.