Despite being accused of or charged with a litany of crimes this year — including but not limited to: assault, burglary, disorderly conduct, harassment, grooming, and kidnapping — a new report indicates that Ezra Miller participated in The Flash reshoots as recently as this summer.
According to reports from The Hollywood Reporter, Miller, 29, reshoot scenes for The Flash “without incident” earlier this summer. However, this was prior to reports of Miller being charged with felony burglary, which represented their third arrest of the year.
Ezra Miller participated in The Flash reshoots earlier this summer despite mounting arrests and legal issues
Miller participated in regularly scheduled additional photography over the summer, apparently without incident, before being charged with burglary — their third arrest this year — on Aug. 7 in Vermont. Still, neither DC nor Zaslav has indicated the film will move from its June 2023 release date, though insiders say the studio is evaluating all options.[via The Hollywood Reporter]
The decision to continue forging forward with The Flash is becoming an increasingly tenuous proposition due to Miller’s growing legal trouble, especially considering their controversial axing of Batgirl.
At this time, The Flash — which also stars Michael Keaton as Batman, Sasha Calle as Supergirl, Ron Livingston as Henry Allen, Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, Michael Shannon as General Zod, Ben Affleck as Batman, and more — is currently scheduled to hit theaters on June 23, 2023. Given that the film’s release date is almost a year from now, that gives Miller a worryingly large amount of time to get into further trouble.
Short of something truly catastrophic, though, Warner Bros. certainly won’t cancel the film as it not only carries a massive $200 million price tag but the film is also set to effectively reboot the DCEU, too.
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