What Ezra Miller scandal? 'The Flash' Producer Barbara Muschietti reassures fans that film is on track

Even though 'Batgirl', and 'The Flash' are both from the DC Extended Universe, the former got trashed, whereas the latter will be shown to the masses


                            What Ezra Miller scandal? 'The Flash' Producer Barbara Muschietti reassures fans that film is on track
Producer Barbara Muschietti reassured fans by giving green light to the movie 'The Flash' (Instagram/@barbaramuschietti/DC)
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'The flash' which is scheduled to be released in the theaters near you on June 23, 2023, starring Ezra Miller who is playing the lead Barry Allen also known as 'The Flash' was under the dark clouds as the sister flick 'Batgirl' budgeted for $90million got shelved due to "economic reasons." After Warner Bros axed the film 'Batgirl' on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2022, stating the reason it was economically not profiting them, people wondered if 'The Flash' movie is going to be next. After many speculations by the fans and the media, if the movie is getting canned due to the assaults and allegations that the main lead, Ezra Miller is facing, it appears Warner Bros is still standing tall by its 200 Million dollars project even after canceling 'Batgirl'. But producer Barbara Muschietti (who is also the sister of the director, Andy Muschietti) wanted to put a halt to the speculations and be clear that the movie still has a green light and is still going to be released in the cinemas in 2023's Summer. On Thursday, August 4th, 2022, Barbara Muschietti texted a fan privately saying, "All is well in Flash land," which was later shared on Twitter.   

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Even though 'Batgirl', and 'The Flash' are both from the DC Extended Universe, the former got trashed, whereas the latter is preparing to be shown to the mass. The star of 'Batgirl', Leslie Grace, as well as the directorial duo, Bilall Fallah and Adil El Arbi, were deeply disheartened and felt humiliated after their movie was shelved. Meanwhile, Ezra Miller, 29-year-old 'The Flash' superstar is facing assault charges which neither the actor nor the studio is addressing publicly.

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According to PageSix, "The Troubled actor Ezra Miller is being accused by the parents of an 18-year-old of allegedly grooming their child via “cult-like” and “psychologically manipulative” behavior." On the other hand, DailyBeast reported, "A mother and her 12-year-old child traveled to their local courthouse in Greenfield, Massachusetts, and were granted a temporary harassment prevention order against Ezra Miller after alleging that the actor menaced their family one evening in their downstairs neighbor’s home and acted inappropriately toward the nonbinary youngster (even though Miller is also a non-binary)." If you thought this was it, there is icing on this cake. In another report of PageSix, Ezra Miller appeared to choke a fan in a video, in 2020. 

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After the news surfaced online, fans were not at all happy with the decision. They didn't stop themselves from slamming the actor, as well as the Warner Brothers. They were pointing out the misconduct which Miller is accused of and questioned how is it not stopping the Warner Brothers to release it. Fans are extremely disappointed and it is crystal clear by the way they are reacting to the following news.

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A fan wrote, "Continue to support #theflashmovie with Ezra Miller as the lead when he's been arrested for: 1. Chocking a woman in April 2020. 2. Throwing a chair and scarring a 26-year-old woman on her face in 2022."

Another fan mentioned, "So #TheFlashmovie is moving forward but they cancelled #Batgirl ??? wtf is wrong with @wbpictures ???"

"But sure, keep him on #TheFlashmovie and release that in theaters whilst blatantly ignoring and disrespecting your fans of Supergirl & Batgirl when writing off those films, and not releasing them into theaters. Seems a bit off," a fan said.

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Yet another fan commented, "So no Batgirl, but they’re still going ahead with The Flash? I think I’d rather see Batgirl… #Batgirl #TheFlashmovie #batgirlmovie #TheFlash." 


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