Is Ezra Miller's non-binary status keeping 'The Flash' movie alive? Fans blast WB after star's arrest

It seems Ezra Miller's 'The Flash' will not be facing any problems in release even when the star is doing everything to sabotage his career

Is Ezra Miller's non-binary status keeping 'The Flash' movie alive? Fans blast WB after star's arrest
Ezra Miller as Barry Allen/The Flash in 'The Flash' (WB)
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‘The Flash’ actor Ezra Miller is doing everything to sabotage himself and make sure that his acting career feet under the ground by doing something that shocks the entire entertainment industry. These recent weeks have been devastating for Miller and they are only responsible for the mess they have made. However, the actor has now found himself in a more dangerous situation and making everyone believe that they can’t stay out of trouble. According to the Vermont State Police, the actor has been charged with felony burglary in the Stamford area of Vermont after collecting statements and looking at the surveillance videos.

The actor has now been issued a citation and the police department wants them to appear in Vermont Superior Court on September 26 for arraignment. The recent incident has put a lot of question marks on Warner Bros and their decision to release ‘The Flash’ after so much controversy. In a recent report, insiders claimed that the production giant is committed to releasing the superhero flick despite all the negative reports about the film’s lead actor. A lot of people believe that the reason WB is not firing Miller from the upcoming movie is related to the community they belong to.

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Miller hails from the LGBTQ+ community and identifies themselves as non-binary. As soon as the news of Miller getting charged with felony burglary came out, social media users started bashing WB for not removing the actor from the movie and accused the production house of not doing the same just because they are the LGBTQ+ community.

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One of the social media users wrote, “Think what they mean is that dc would be afraid of firing Ezra Miller because they think people would see it as bigoted because Ezra is non-binary, despite the copious number of crimes they could citr instead.” Another user tweeted, “It’s a shame Ezra Miller is non-binary cause they really put a bad rep on our community. That mf is foul.” Another social media user wrote, “How is @warnerbros & @dccomics still pushing to release #TheFlash with Ezra Miller in it? Dude is a non-binary sociopath masquerading as a psychopath. Allegations include stalking, breaking into property, assault & kidnapping. Meanwhile, Johnny Depp got iced as a precaution. Wow..” Another social media user wrote, “Unless I've missed it has ANYONE from WB made a statement about Ezra Miller? Anything? WHY ARE THEY IGNORING THIS?!”

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“Ah yes, "protecting" the DC brand by not releasing Batgirl but releasing a movie with *checks notes* an actor wanted for multiple crimes across multiple states. Makes total sense,” said another user. “OK at this point I have to assume Warner Bros. is encouraging the crime spree as free advertising,” wrote another one. “@wbpictures protects criminals and abusers. Nice,” wrote another one.

One of the main reasons for Warner Bros. not shelving the movie is its production cost. According to the reports, approximately $200 million were spent on the movie and a lot of things are riding on it. The movie was supposed to lay the foundation for the new DCEU era and will introduce us to the newest DC character, Supergirl (Sasha Calle). However, fans are now getting really angry with Miller’s conduct and want WB to recast the character.

WB has already announced that Miller won’t be part of any of their projects after ‘The Flash’, but it seems fans don’t even want to see him donning the iconic costume.

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