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‘Crazy that they still won’t cancel The Flash’: Fans Slam WB for Protecting Ezra Miller After They Plead Not Guilty to Felony Burglary, May Face 26 Years in Prison

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There are many mysteries in life that we cannot comprehend at all – why do 10 cows always face north or south while eating? Why did some mammals move back into the water? And why in the world is Warner Bros still enabling Ezra Miller’s problematic behavior even after multiple instances that have tarnished the company’s name?

Ezra Miller’s off-screen antics are still a major bone of contention between people who want them out and, well, their fans. The Flash actor seemed to be making progress on the path of good conduct with a public apology just a month ago, but the Vermont burglary case has come to light yet again, further discrediting the Beware the Gonzo star of any redemption from fans.

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Ezra Miller Pleads Not Guilty To Burglary Charges

You can say that Ezra Miller‘s had a pretty decent Hollywood career. The 30-year-old actor is quite a popular name among fans of the DCEU, a franchise in which Miller plays the speedster Flash.

Putting their involvement in the DCEU aside, Miller’s also known for their roles in popularly acclaimed movies like We Need To Talk About Kevin and The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

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In all fairness, Miller is a decent actor too, although DC fans think otherwise about their portrayal of Barry Allen/ The Flash. But their acting skills aren’t the only reason why DC fans have a negative opinion of the Fantastic Beasts star.

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The actor has landed themselves in trouble time after time over the last year for numerous offenses, including disorderly conduct, assault, burglary, and so on. Having an actor with a troubling criminal record like Miller play your favorite comic book character would eventually invite harsh criticism and an overall negative opinion about them.

Now, what comes as fresh news is that Miller has pled not guilty to the dual charges that were pressed against them for the alleged theft of liquor bottles by breaking into the home of their neighbor Isaac Winokur in Vermont.

This only warrants more hate from fans of the DCEU who already wanted Warner Bros. to see off the actor after the multiple controversial incidents in which Miller was the alleged perpetrator.

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Fans Shocked That Ezra Miller Still Working For Warner Bros

Ezra Miller has pled not guilty to the burglary and theft charges that were pressed against them back in August, but they surely cannot plead not guilty to being a PR headache for the DCEU and Warner Bros.

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Ezra Miller as Barry Allen

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Fans are convinced that there’s some sort of black magic trickery going on, which could be the only possible reason why WB is unwilling to part ways with the 30-year-old actor. Some have even accused WB of protecting Miller because they’re the face of a major DCEU movie.

Here are some of the best reactions to Miller’s latest legal news-

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Ezra Miller has already apologized for their past behavior in August, and their agent says that they’re getting the help they need for Miller’s “complex mental health issues”. Let’s hope that they can follow up on their apology once this case clears up.

The Flash is scheduled to be released on June 23, 2023.

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Written by Sang Tonsing

Sang is a content writer for Fandomwire with over 300 published articles. He now has 3 years of experience and counting in content writing. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Political Science at Delhi University.