I'm pretty sure most of you are already aware of Ezra Miller's controversies and despite the actor's attempts to save his career in the DC Extended Universe, it looks like Warner Bros. Discovery has made its verdict. If you may recall, the 30-year-old star and his agent recently met with the merger's executives to discuss his future in the franchise, and while some reports claim everything went smoothly, with the belief that Miller will continue playing Barry Allen after The Flash, it looks like that's not the case.
According to a hot new rumor from insider Grace Randolph, WB Discovery will indeed terminate Ezra's DCEU contract after the film hits cinemas next year, and not only that, David Zaslav and company are reportedly eyeing 1917 star George McKay to be Miller's official replacement.
George may have been the last actor fans expected would be cast as Barry Allen but when the rumor circulated, many of them have begun warming up to the idea. What do you think? Should MacKay be the one to replace Miller or better yet, should WB Discovery remove him from the DCEU? Check out some of the reactions below:
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I mean, I'm all for giving second chances but Ezra's case is a completely different story and while he may have apologized for his behavior, a single "sorry" isn't going to redeem him from all of his controversies and as much as I found his portrayal of The Flash serviceable, I think it's time for someone else to step in and take his place.
DC's The Flash is scheduled for release on June 23, 2023.