If there is another celeb that can overshadow Kanye West when it comes to controversies, it is Ezra Miller. The nonbinary actor has created several controversies over the past few years and yet Warner Bros is not willing to drop the actor despite fans’ outrage. On the flip side, the studio has kicked everyone’s favorite Superman, Henry Cavill from the DC fold. Apparently, everything related to SnyderVerse has to go.
James Gunn and Peter Safran are reportedly working on a reboot of Superman and its origin story. And yet, fans are dumbfounded that a man who recently pleaded guilty to a crime continues to stay attached to the DCEU.
Ezra Miller confesses to Vermont alcohol burglary case; WB moves ahead with The Flash plans
Ezra Miller was recently accused of breaking into a house in Vermont and stealing several alcohol bottles. He was charged with trespassing and larceny and recently admitted to his crimes. But this is not the first time that the Hollywood star was accused of questionable behavior. But none of these matter because The Flash movie is set to release on time and speculations are rife about Miller’s contract renewal with the studios, as reported by FandomWire.
Fans, however, are ever so unhappy about this development, considering how Henry Cavill was kicked out of his role after briefly bringing him back into franchise. While WB reaffirms it is working on rebuilding DCU and rebooting Superman, many believe it is just a way to eradicate the Snyderverse. Either way, two things are clear: Fans will be seeing Miller on screens later this year and Cavill has give up the red cape for good.
Ezra Miller’s criminal transgressions
The We Need to Talk About Kevin star was charged with possession of marijuana in 2011. In 2020, a video surfaced that showcased the actor strangling a woman. Their controversial message to the Ku Klux Klan is still not forgotten.
Last year, they created a ruckus during his time in Hawaii. They had verbally abused the crowd and had started a brawl with a man playing darts in the corner. Later on, two Hilo citizens filed a restraining order against The Flash star. The controversy ended with the Hawaiian police arresting them for harassment and second-degree assault. Miller was fined $500 for unruly conduct.
Then again, in August, news surfaced that they were grooming and manipulating 18-year-old Tokata Iron Eyes. The teenager’s parents filed a restraining order against the Fantastic Beasts star. Not only that, but they preyed on a 12-year-old as well. The court ordered protection for both the child and the mother.
Although they did issue an apology for his behavior, citing mental health problems and receiving help for the same.
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