It’s hard to go over everything Miller has made headlines in recent years, but they were charged with robbery in Vermont and arrested twice in Hawaii last year, once for disorderly conduct and once for harassment. That’s just for starters, but you get the idea. Miller went into treatment in August of last year and since then things have seemed pretty smooth as far as issues go.
Be that as it may, the problems were so severe at one point that it seemed as if the movie, which was set at a production budget of $200 million, would either go straight to HBO Max or be scrapped altogether. That’s no small feat, which is why it’s pretty amazing to hear the filmmakers talk about their experience working with them on set in such a positive way. Clearly, there is a disconnect between Ezra Miller working and Ezra Miller not working. Then again, it’s not like Muschietti would come out and say something overtly negative before the release of a huge blockbuster. What will be interesting is to see how Warner Bros. handles the situation with Barry Allen after the movie opens in theaters.
Joining Miller will be newcomer Sasha Calle as Supergirl, Ben Affleck as Batman and also Michael Keaton returning as Batman for the first time since 1992. Thank you multiverse! Michael Shannon (“Bullet Train”), Ron Livingston (“The Conjuring”), Maribel Verdu (“Elite”), Kiersey Clemons (“Sweetheart”) and Antje Traue (“Man of Steel”) will complete the cast. .
“The Flash” will hit theaters on June 16, 2023.