According to reports, Warner Bros. Discovery is reportedly considering canceling The Flash movie because of Ezra Miller’s recent actions. Miller’s Barry Allen was first introduced to audiences in the 2016 film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Facing The Consequences
Miller is presently slated to play the lead in the 2023 DC Extended Universe movie The Flash, which will loosely adapt the renowned Flashpoint comic plot and portray a multiverse tale. However, in recent months, there have been numerous rumors regarding the movie’s future and Flash’s place in the DCEU.
Miller has recently generated a lot of criticism as a result of their public actions. They have become a significant source of distraction for the DCEU and Warner Bros. Discovery due to a number of public events and arrests. The most recent information about Miller’s behavior revealed that the actor was accused of felony burglary.
These changes follow rumors that Miller will no longer be a part of the DCEU and that the production company will recast Flash for any upcoming appearances. Warner Bros. Discovery does not want to cancel a $200 million blockbuster, therefore The Flash movie’s situation has improved significantly.