Recently, Warner Bros. has found itself in a bit of a pickle in regard to talent. The studio has taken intense heat for firing Johnny Depp from his role as Gellert Grindelwald in the Harry Potter Fantastic Beasts spinoff series while seemingly allowing Amber Heard to continue as Mera in the Aquaman franchise, and now they have to decide what to do about the Ezra Miller debacle.
Miller is best known for his work as The Flash in Warner Bros. DC Expanded Universe (DCEU), a role he first played in Justice League (2017).
The 29-year-old actor has faced a variety of legal issues recently, including being accused of battery — including throwing a chair at a woman — multiple times while on vacation in Hawaii.
Now, Miller is evading law enforcement’s efforts to serve him after disappearing with a young woman, now 18, whose parents claim the non-binary star has been grooming their daughter since she was only 12 years old.
The release of Miller’s upcoming DCEU solo film, The Flash (2023), is now at the heart of the controversy surrounding the star — and it seems that Warner Bros. may have finally decided to take a stand and remove Miller from future DC movie and TV projects.