Warner Brothers Reportedly Considering Canceling The Flash After Ezra Miller Controversy

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There's been a whole lot of controversy surrounding Ezra Miller this week.

Last weekend, a video of the Justice League star choking out a female fan somehow made its way online, and ever since then Miller has been under fire on social media.

With so much negative press surrounding the DC Extended Universe star, rumors have started spreading saying that Warner Brothers might actually be thinking of cancelling DC's The Flash after hearing about the controversial video.


According to a report by Lords of the Longbox, sources close to Warner Brothers say that the video of Miller has actually sent shockwaves throughout the studio and right now the company is investigating what really happened in that Iceland bar where the Justice League star is seen choking and pushing a female DC fan to the ground.

The results of the investigation may very well cost Miller his future in the DCEU. Depending on what Warner Brothers finds, the studio may very well end up canceling the highly-anticipated DC comic book movie, The Flash.

This is rather alarming news. Fans have been clamoring for a Flashpoint movie ever since Warner Brothers started out the DCEU. Everyone's been looking forward to the storyline, especially after it was teased in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Unfortunately, this new video may very well haunt Miller and DC's The Flash. According to the most recent reports about the actor, Warner Brothers is wary of keeping Miller in the role as it may affect fans' perception of DC.

Let's wait and see what the studio decides.

The Flash has yet to receive a release date but we'll update fans as soon as we get word.

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