Ezra Miller can't seem to catch a break. Nearly a month after it was reported that The Flash star was involved in two separate incidents in Hawaii, one of which even resulted in his arrest, the 29-year-old actor is once again in hot water after allegedly throwing another tantrum and injuring a 26-year-old woman.
Warner Bros. has been conspicuous with their absence amidst all of the issues Miller is facing and despite previous reports claiming that the studio organized an "emergency meeting" to address the matter, WB has since denied the reports. Now, it looks like they have no plans to interfere in the situation and will just let the controversy cool down.
According to a new report from Deadline, WB is still unfazed following Miller's latest arrest. Here's what they said: "Warner Bros.’ brass haven’t been sweating the Miller headlines: he’s not committed to appear in any more Fantastic Beasts movies, and The Flash doesn’t come out in theaters until next summer, on June 23, 2023. The pic is currently in post at the time, there are no plans to reschedule the film or move it to HBO Max."
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WB's apparent reluctance to meddle with Ezra's issues is honestly quite baffling and it looks like they aren't planning to boot him out of the DCEU despite calls to have him ousted from the franchise. Meanwhile, Miller's recent controversies pretty much prove that the actor needs help in dealing with his personal issues and I truly hope he gets his act straight before it becomes detrimental to his career.
The Flash is currently slated for release on June 23, 2023.