The Flash Stunt Coordinator Offers Update on Ezra Miller's Preparations for DCEU Film

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There is little doubt that people are still in shock after Ezra Miller was caught on camera assaulting a fan. But does this mean that the Justice League star will be fired from the highly anticipated The Flash standalone film? The stunt coordinator working with Miller on the DC Extended Universe flick has just spoken up about the actor's preparations for the movie and it looks like Miller might be keeping his job.

Eunice Huthart is a stunt coordinator who is set to work on The Flash and she revealed to Film Threat that she was impressed with the way Miller prepared for his role.

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"Ezra as Flash, honestly, his movement, he worked so hard, he came having done all his homework," Huthart said. "Normally I'll grab the actor and I'll grab the character, and start talking about developing concepts – he'd done it all! He came, and he goes, ‘Yeah, but I've been working on this, what do you think?' and it was brilliant."

It's great to know that Miller is ready to continue playing Barry Allen in the DCEU. But will he still get to keep his job after his recent scandal? It was previously reported that Miller was seen in a viral video where he choked a fan and threw her on the floor. For now, Warner Bros. has not yet commented on the incident. Still, people believe that Miller should be removed from The Flash.

The Flash was supposed to begin production in April but this was postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The movie is still scheduled for release on July 1, 2022.

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