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“Is WB abetting them now?”: Ezra Miller Reportedly Filmed The Flash Reshoots While Evading Police Authorities, Fans Convinced WB is Aiding the Troubled Actor To Save $200M Movie

From the very beginning of 2022, Ezra Miller has been making headlines because of one controversy after another. From housing a mother and her three children in their farmhouse full of weapons to breaking and entering another, Miller is doing it all. They were even arrested for disorderly conduct in public, and hitting a woman. But even with so many warrants out against them, the actor has somehow managed to avoid the authorities.

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Warner Bros. might be helping Ezra Miller to avoid authorities

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Warner Bros. Taking Artist Aid to a Whole New Level

Recently, it was reported that Ezra Miller has been doing reshoots for DCEU’s The Flash this whole summer. But the twist on the matter comes when it was revealed that all this was happening while they were evading police authorities. So, is Warner Bros. aiding and abetting Miller now?

The Vermont case of felony burglary was filed in August, but the incident happened back on May 1st. All this while Miller has been working on their DCEU project without interruptions. Given it is such a big project under such a big banner, it’s not like Miller dropped in and out of the sets without prior notice. The whole thing was scheduled, and still, they were able to avoid being served.

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Some even speculated the actor is playing games with the officials. They posted and delete several pictures on their social media, most of which seem like they are mocking the authorities for not being able to find Miller. The photos on their social media had phrases like, “You cannot touch me I am in another universe” and “Message from another dimension.” And though they could very well be related to their character of Barry Allen aka the Flash, the fact that they deleted these posts might speak otherwise.

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The Flash star has been rounding up quite a long list of felonies to his name

The protective order case against them from activist Takota Iron Eyes’ parents was also filed in June. But the funny thing is, despite their scheduled reshoots happening, the police or the court officials have not been able to locate and serve Miller. Chase Iron Eyes explained the situation, saying:

“They move around so much [that] we’re stuck in this legal limbo situation, and we can’t serve them in any place they’re in long enough. They’ve been flighty. They’ve been avoiding service…” 

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A String of Never-Ending Cases

A fan, who was strangled by the actor in public, recently came forward to share her thoughts on the incident as well:

“All of a sudden, [they’re] on top of me, choking me, still screaming in my face if I want to fight. My friend who’s filming sees [they’re] obviously not joking and it’s actually serious, so he stops filming, and pushes [them] off me as [they’re] still trying to fight me. Two guy friends of mine are actually holding [Miller] back as [they’re] screaming, ‘This is what you wanted! This is what you wanted!'”

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Despite numerous controversies, DCEU is moving forward with Miller’s The Flash

Even with all these scandals and controversies surrounding the actor, DC Films and Warner Bros. are very much moving forward with their plans to release The Flash next summer. Outraged fans, who were bummed about the shelving of the HBO Max project Batgirl have asked the studios why they canceled that film, but are still moving forward with a project that has such a problematic lead star.

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Warner Bros. or its representatives have yet to comment on this matter. But it looks like the movie is very much a go, despite all these controversies around the project.

The Flash is all set to release on 23rd June 2023.


Source: CBR

Written by Swagata Das

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