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CEO of Warner Bros Praises ‘The Flash’ Movie Amid Lead Actor Ezra Miller’s Controversies

The Flash, which is scheduled for release in 2023, received little attention at the most recent Comic-Con

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Sadaf Hasan
Sadaf Hasan
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UNITED STATES: When fans have been debating whether Ezra Miller should be replaced in The Flash online, notably in light of his recent arrests in Hawaii, it appears Warner Bros. has no such plans.

To everyone’s surprise, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav recently spoke about the Flash movie.

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However, when Zaslav discussed the largest projects in DC, he didn’t mention Ezra directly. He said, “The Flash, Black Adam, and Shazam 2 have all been viewed. We have a lot of enthusiasm for them. We’ve witnessed them. They are fantastic in our opinion, but we believe they could be much better.”

Given that the principal actor of The Flash, Ezra has been associated with various scandals, the mention of the film surprised many people.

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Ezra, who portrayed Barry Allen, alias the Flash, in the Zack Snyder edit of the 2018 film Justice League, has been accused of abusive behaviour. He is accused of many things, including attempting to choke an Icelandic woman in a club and harassing another woman in her Berlin home.

Additionally, Ezra was detained twice for disruptive conduct in Hawaii.

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The Flash, which is scheduled for release in 2023, received little attention at the most recent Comic-Con when the studio’s other titles, such as Black Adam and Shazam 2, were the main topics of conversation and both of their star casts made appearances.

Fans eagerly anticipated the Flash because it marks Michael Keaton’s first comeback as Batman in 30 years since he originally played the superhero.

New information has come to light regarding actor Ezra’s strange actions in Iceland and Hawaii beginning in 2020, as well as the actor’s friendship with Tokata Iron Eyes, a young woman whose parents have accused the actor of abusing and grooming her.

After being detained twice in Hawaii, Ezra was last known to reside on a property in Vermont with a mother and her three children, packed with weapons and marijuana.

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