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‘This is a witch hunt, plain and simple’: Ezra Miller Stans Declare War Over Rumors of Miller Being Permanently Being Kicked Out of DCEU After The Flash

Ezra Miller Being Permanently Being Kicked Out of DCEU After The Flash

Having an employee who’s brilliant at their job but radiates a negative look for your company due to their actions is not a good employee, especially considering how companies have to react quickly to defend their employee’s wrongdoings. That’s exactly the case for DCEU with Ezra Miller right now as the actor’s problems keep on building up.

Ezra Miller initially made their debut as the Flash for the DCEU in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and they’ve been a fan-favorite actor ever since. But the 29-year-old actor’s antics off-screen have landed them in big trouble, and they face the possibility of getting kicked out from the DCEU itself.

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Miller at an event

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A Brief Recap Of Ezra Miller’s Controversies

Ezra Miller‘s problematic behavior first surfaced on the news when the actor was charged with disorderly conduct and drug possession in 2011, back when they were filming The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

It was all okay up until 2020, and Miller’s built up their repute for controversy ever since then- a strangling incident at a bar in Reykjavík, Iceland in April 2020, followed by a physical altercation in Hawaii leading to an arrest, and allegations of harassment made by a mother after Miller took an interest in her 12-year-old child.

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Miller at an event

There are still a few more cases not mentioned surrounding the actor’s controversy.

It’s no surprise to say that Warner Bros. has tried to perform damage control for Miller’s problematic behavior. They even considered pulling back on the promotion for Miller’s $200 million project The Flash, which they thought would be better suited to an HBO Max release rather than a theatrical one.

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Following up on that, it was reported that Miller had set up a meeting with Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy, the CEOs of Warner Bros. Pictures Group, to apologize for their behavior and the controversy it has bought upon the impending release of The Flash.

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Ezra Miller Reportedly Done With The Flash, Fans Think It’s A Witch Hunt

Despite having apologized in the meeting with the CEOs of Warner Bros. Pictures Group, it seems like Miller themself has taken it up to refrain from playing the Flash ever again.

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Miller as the Flash

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According to a report by popular insider MyTimeToShineHello, Miller’s going to wrap up their time with the character. The inside wrote in a tweet-

This is still not confirmed, so take this news with a pinch of salt. Here’s how Miller’s fans reacted to the whole rumor about their departure, and they’re putting up a huge defensive wall-

That’s quite the defense-

Miller isn’t that bad of a person-

This fan believes that the We Need to Talk About Kevin is being targeted-

Ezra Miller’s antics off-screen are deplorable, but we have no idea what direction WB will be going in to solve this whole fiasco.

As for Miller, if the insider’s reports are true, the actor will at least be able to focus on improving their behavior, which they’ve already made a great start with by getting treatment for “complex mental health issues”, according to their representative.

The Flash is still gearing up for a June 23, 2023 release despite the controversy surrounding the star of the movie.

Source: Twitter

Written by Sang Tonsing

Sang is working as a content writer for FandomWire. He has written over 100 articles for the entertainment website by reporting on the latest news in the pop culture industry- whether it be on the latest Marvel flick or a groundbreaking DC update. He has previously worked for LeftOye as a content writer too, working on over 150 articles. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Political Science at Delhi University