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‘Ezra Miller must have something on WB’: Fans Convinced The Flash Star’s Blackmailing DCU into Not Firing Them, Claim Henry Cavill Was Fired for Far Less

Ezra Miller has been in the headlines for many reasons, including their role in the Warner Brothers movie The Flash. The actor has been backed up with many controversies and has complex mental health issues. With all that has happened, WB is still going ahead with the actor for their upcoming movie and their future projects. It is the 13th installment of the DCEU produced and distributed by Warner Brothers. 

Ezra Miller gets back for 'The Flash' reshoots
Ezra Miller

Miller had a legal case running for their public scandals and recently had a hearing of the same. The troubling actor has been engaged in dubious behavior over the last year. The producers of their new film were even considering replacing the actor. But during a fall meeting with the 30-year actor, the Warner Brothers had a change of heart.

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Ezra Miller to enter a guilty plea to a lesser charge of unlawful trespassing

Ezra Miller Hawai Controversy
Ezra Miller

The Fantastic Beasts actor in October pleaded not guilty to felony burglary charges. Ezra Miller was accused of taking six bottles of alcohol from a neighbor’s pantry in May and has accepted the plea deal. Authorities found bottles gone from the homeowners’ home, and after checking the security footage, accused Miller of felony burglary.

The two accusations, one of petit larceny and the other of burglary in an unoccupied residence, have been agreed to be dropped by the Vermont Superior Court. Also, The Flash actor is anticipated to enter a guilty plea to illegal trespassing in Bennington County Superior Criminal Court. Even the prosecution is advising that the 30-year-old actor serve 89 to 90 days of a suspended sentence, one year of probation, and a $500 fine. The longest punishment for the crime was 26 years.

The Justice League actor has been accused of a series of crimes, and this is just one of them. The actor was detained twice in Hawaii. Once for disruptive behavior and harassment and once for second-degree assault.

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Fans are convinced that Ezra Miller has something on Warner Brothers

Ezra-Miller as the Flash

Warner Brothers have been giving fans many heart attacks with their reboot news of Superman. They have officially fired Henry Cavill from the Man of Steel role and searching for a replacement. Since the news of The Perks of Being a Wallflower actor still has his role as the Flash, although being a troubling personality. The fans are not happy with the decision of WB not to fire Miller after their public scandals. 

They took to Twitter to express their disbelief. A person wrote, “Ezra must have something on Warner Brothers. They fired everyone who did nothing wrong but they won’t get rid of the 1 guy who is literally a criminal.” While the other called the Afterschool actor a criminal and said they need to go.

The Flash will be available in theaters on June 16, 2023.

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Source: Deadline, Twitter

Harshada Mohile
Harshada Mohile

An avid reader who loves to stay in a fantasy world, Harshada is a Content Writer on Animated Times. She is a Master of Journalism and Mass Communication Student looking to explore the media world.

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