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Ezra Miller Meets With WB To Help Save The Flash Movie

Following reports that Warner Bros. was considering canceling The Flash, star Ezra Miller met with the studio to help save the DC movie and apologize.

Ezra Miller and Warner Bros. met recently to try and save The Flash amid their public controversies. Warner Bros. and DC Films have had no easy path to making a solo movie for Ezra Miller’s Flash after announcing it back in 2014. Director changes and leadership switches at DC continued to alter The Flash solo movie until Andy Muschietti agreed to direct it back in 2019. The film finally started filming in 2020 and included exciting announcements like the returns of Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton as their respective versions of Batman, the introduction of Sasha Calle’s Supergirl, and multiverse implications for the DC Extended Universe.


The Flash has been at the center of many controversies over the last two years, though, thanks to Miller. They have repeatedly brought unwanted attention to WB and DC thanks to public behavior that involved choking a woman, grooming young women, and more. The continued controversies led the studios to begin considering all options with The Flash, including potentially canceling the big-budget blockbuster. This led to Miller publicly apologizing for their actions recently and committing to getting help for their mental health struggles. However, doubts remained about what WB and DC would do with The Flash.

According to a new report from THR, Miller recently met with Warner Bros. and DC in an effort to help save The Flash. The meeting was between Miller, their agent Scott Metzger, and co-chairs of Warner Bros. Michael De Luca and Pam Abdy. It took place on Wednesday and reportedly focused on Miller affirming their commitment to The Flash and apologizing for the negative publicity they have brought. The report notes that Miller sought out the meeting after learning that De Luca and Abdy were considering canceling The Flash.


Source: THR

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