It looks like we may need a little more of that "cancel culture" than previously thought.
reported that Warner Bros. executives are open to Ezra Miller returning as The Flash: "Given that Miller has stayed out of trouble since beginning mental health treatment in the summer, some executives are amenable to continuing with the actor as the world-saving speedster after 'The Flash' bows on June 16. Aquaman,” “Shazam!,” “Blue Beetle” and Gunn’s “Peacemaker” series for HBO Max all could have a place at the table."
\u201cWarner Bros. Discovery executives reportedly open to Ezra Miller continuing as \u2018The Flash\u2019 after release of the film on June 16. \n\n\ud83d\udd17: https://t.co/OQZ4se1E9M\u201d
As a quick refresher, last year,
was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment after screaming at some Hawaiians in a karaoke bar, arrested on a second-degree assault charge for throwing a chair at a woman's head, and, of course, was accused of grooming an 18-year-old girl since she was twelve.
The two met in North Dakota when Miller was 23 and Tokata was twelve. Court documents filed by the parents of Tokata Iron Eyes claimed that Miller gave their underage daughter Marijuana, LSD, and alcohol, and even confiscated her driver's license, car keys, and bank card. The parents also believe Miller left bruises on her body.
Tokata has denied being groomed or abused by Miller.
Last June, a mother and her 12-year-old nonbinary child were
a protection order against Miller after their family claimed Miller menaced them. Miller allegedly got into a fight over the cultural appropriation of the term "tribe" and his assertion of the Rastafarian roots of the game Parcheesi. Sounds like a completely normal fellow to me!
The possibility of Miller returning to the franchise following these controversies has left fans quite flabbergasted, with one simply writing, "isn't he wanted by the FBI?"
\u201c@PopCrave Great business decision. I\u2019m sure this won\u2019t hurt the bottom line at all!\u201d