It goes without saying that The Flash has long been plagued with controversies and while it looked for a time that the Ezra Miller-led project will get axed under the Warner Bros. Discovery banner, the DC Extended Universe project will indeed be moving forward despite the actor's most recent personal troubles. Now, a new report confirms that the film has in fact undergone reshoots, hence the reason for its theatrical release being pushed back to next year.
According to The Wrap, The Flash went through a day of reshoots with Miller filming pick-up shots. The outlet also claims that there seems to be zero animosity between Ezra and Warner Bros. Discovery executives and the general belief is that the actor will be back for more DCEU projects post-Flash.
This new report seems to debunk previous rumors claiming that the DCEU project has long been completed. According to several insiders, including the oftentimes reliable MyTimeToShineHello, there is no truth to the rumors first reported by DCEU leaker Syl Abdul that the film, along with projects like Shazam! Fury of the Gods and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom were being retooled.
Things might be looking promising for Ezra and his DCEU future but it can't be denied that he's still a walking PR nightmare for the project and WB Discovery as a whole. It'll be interesting to see how David Zaslav and company will handle his controversies by the time The Flash is already doing press work but I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
DC's The Flash is scheduled for release on June 23, 2023.