Warner Bros. refuses to cooperate with Ezra Miller because of scandals
Warner Bros. is considering ending his collaboration with 29-year-old American actor Ezra Miller amid increasing incidents involving the artist. Deadline reports.
According to the publication, the film studio wanted to offer Miller their help, but the actor continued to behave inappropriately, getting into the center of new scandals.
The CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery David Zaslav considers three options: to refuse to actively promote the new film “The Flash” with the participation of the actor, transfer the release of the picture to the HBO Max platform, or make the tape a hit and then get rid of Miller.
According to sources, the studio is unlikely to keep Ezra as the Flash in future DC films, even if no further charges are brought against the actor.
Earlier it became known that Ezra Miller was banned from approaching a 12-year-old teenager due to inappropriate behavior. The actor was also accused of having a bad influence on an underage girl. It is reported that Miller supplied his acquaintance with drugs and alcohol, and also beat her.