Ezra Miller, who was arrested in Hawaii a few days ago, came to the fore with allegations of harassment.
Warner Bros. Pictures is discussing the decision to end projects starring Ezra Miller, who was recently arrested in Hawaii and has come to the fore with allegations of violence and harassment.
According to Rolling Stone news, shortly after the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ and ‘Justice League’ actor was arrested in Hawaii for “disorderly conduct and harassment,” Warner Bros. warned and DC executives held an emergency meeting on March 30 to discuss the actor’s future at Warner Bros.
According to sources, an agreement was reached at the meeting to halt all upcoming projects Miller was involved in, as well as all scheduled public screenings.
In another news item, both in Rolling Stone and Page Six, there is information that Miller experienced occasional “sudden fits of nerves” on the sets he was working on, but these did not result in violence or loud reactions.
It’s unclear how this decision will affect The Flash, which has already been filmed and is set for a June 2023 release. With Miller starring in the film, the option of reshooting and/or re-editing the film seems difficult to choose as it would be too expensive, even if it opens up opportunities to reshape the history of the multiverse.
Ezra Miller will also star in Fantastic Beasts: Secrets of Dumbledore, which hits theaters next Friday. No information has been given as to whether steps are being taken in this regard.