The Flash Movie in Total Uncertainty as Ezra Miller Controversy Forces it To Skip Comic-Con

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Ezra Miller’s position in the 2023 movie The Flash is still a┬ámystery for DC fans. Among ┬áthe major┬áconcerns here┬áis how Warner Bros. plans to sell his movie if the star isn’t replaced. Although June 2023 is still more than a year ahead, the actor’s legal issues and the ensuing scandals┬áhave only grown. Furthermore, The Flash is a very special movie as it explores┬áthe ┬áDC Multiverse with┬áBen Affleck and Michael Keaton’s Batman, Sasha Calle’s Supergirl, and even Michael Shannon’s Zod from Man of Steel. Now, amid ┬áall the Ezra Miller charges, the film has┬áopted out of Comic Con. Here are the details:

The Flash: Coming Soon.
The Flash: Coming Soon.

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All of Ezra Miller’s controversies:

Ezra Miller in DC's The Flash.
Ezra Miller in DC’s The Flash.

Ezra Miller was recently detained in Hawaii on charges of disorderly conduct and violence. He was the subject of a restraining order request from another couple on the same island after he threatened to murder them and looted their home. An insider also claimed that Miller frequently lost his cool while filming The Flash last year. Furthermore, a viral video of the star choking a fan in Iceland surfaced in April 2020. The actor got into a playful altercation with a female fan, and as payback he grabbed her by the throat and slammed her into a waiting aisle truck. Additionally, earlier this year, Miller mocked the North Carolina chapter of the Ku Klux Klan in a violent Instagram post.┬á He warned the group’s members that if they didn’t murder themselves with their own weapons, he would.


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No ‘The Flash’ panel for Comic Con 2022:

The Flash out of Comic Con.
Cosplay at a comic-con event.

The Hollywood Reporter has now claimed that Warner Bros’ theatrical division’s arrangements for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con are still up in the air and being reviewed from within. DC’s League of Super-Pets, Black Adam, and Shazam! Fury of the Gods are just a few of the movies WB has in store for audiences this year. However, t he Flash and Blue Beetle, two 2023 DC films, supposedly won’t have any panels in the Comic Con because they are seen as “too far out” to make a “meaningful” impact. Obviously, the Flash’s lack of a panel may very well be related to all the disturbing scandals regarding its protagonist, Ezra Miller.

David Zaslav, CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, is also making big adjustments to the promotional┬ástrategies in┬áComic-Con. Warner Bros., including┬áDC, will supposedly forgo hosting a panel┬áon the convention floor. Sure, the makers┬ápreviously displayed movie and television costumes along with guest stars from Justice League and Watchmen showing up for personal appearances. However, it has now been revealed that┬ábecause of the broadcast network’s potential sale, none of The CW’s programmes, including The Flash, Superman & Lois, and the planned Supernatural prequel, will go forward as planned.


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