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“They’re firing everyone except Ezra”: WB Television Set to Lay Off 26% of its Workforce to Cut Costs, Fans Ask Why is The Flash Star Ezra Miller Still On Pay Roll?

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Ezra Miller’s controversies are endless and there’s no stop to the actor’s unintended (maybe?) campaign to defame Warner Bros to the ground. It’s still a very big mystery as to how the 30-year-old actor still has not been kicked from Warner Bros’ list of reputable actors that are currently under contract with the company.

Maybe they’ve bought a spot on WB’s roster of actors? That’s unlikely but not as much considering WB has a pretty bad history of handling controversies, and the recent wave of project cancellations & removals isn’t helping their current image. Now comes fresh news about the major entertainment company, and yes, they’re in a bad spot yet again.

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Miller at an event

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Ezra Miller Miraculously Still Not Fired Following Warner Bros Layoff News

Warner Bros have to really put into place a lot of pieces regarding their reputation as a movie company, the cancellation of Batgirl was not the end of all things bad to come out of WB’s camp!

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Miller as Barry Allen/ The Flash

Laying off your employees is met with disgust from a huge part of the working class community, and Warner Bros did exactly that according to new reports. According to the reports, it’s the scripted, unscripted, and animation divisions that have been let go.

Related: Fans Convinced Ezra Miller Is Worshipping The Flash As A God After Reports Claim Vermont House “Contains an altar that’s home to…..Flash figurines”

Note that it is the working class community (be it blue or white collars) who are a major demographic of WB’s movies which only makes things worse.

Fans are pretty saddened and a bit furious over the news too, but what shocks them as of late is how Ezra Miller, who plays Flash in the DCEU was not included in the workforce who were shown the door.

The Perks of Being A Wallflower star’s conduct and behavior off-screen is literally PR suicide for Warner Bros, and it would only be fair that WB drops them from their actor’s department. Twitter especially took note of this fact-

These reactions are hilarious-

We almost forgot about Amber Heard-

These two are definitely not fan-favorites-

Not a single positive thing to like about Miller for this user-

It’s not a surprise that no fan wants Ezra Miller to be involved in anything that DC does now, the controversial actor has only brought this upon themself.

Also Read: “It’s no coincidence”: The Flash Rumored to Be Undergoing Additional Photography to Include the Holy Trinity as Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, and Gal Gadot Reportedly Seen in LA

Despite Fan Backlash, Ezra Miller Returns To A DC Set

There seems to be a binding charm, probably brought upon through black magic that Ezra Miller cast upon Warner Bros executives to not drop the actor from working with the movie company.

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Miller as Barry Allen/ The Flash

Related: The Flash Star Saoirse-Monica Jackson Calls Ezra Miller ‘The perfect casting for the Flash’

Well, that theory (it’s just a joke) seems to be even more plausible now after recent reports reveal that Miller is back again on the set of The Flash for reshoots. An article on The Wrap’s website says-

“Miller and their agent met with Warner Bros.’ film heads back in August”

It’s further reported that the meeting was about the upcoming movie based on the character that Miller plays in the DCEU, named The Flash, and it’s been described as having a positive outcome. In a follow-up article to The Wrap’s news reveal, IGN further says that the actor is now back on set.

Does this help WB’s case at all? Not very much, anything controversial related to the lead star of a big project is a recipe for disaster.

The Flash is scheduled for a theatrical release on June 23, 2023.

Source: Twitter

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.