Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav’s “DC’s 10-year growth plan” began with a big problem: what to do with the finished ‘The Flash,’ a movie with a head-scratching leading man — Ezra Miller.
Miller was recently charged with felony theft by the state of Vermont, requiring him to appear in local Superior Court in September.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, which cites sources familiar with the matter, Warner is considering the following three scenarios.
1. Miller returns to his original residence to receive professional assistance, followed by an interview explaining his previous bizarre behavior and a small amount of participation in the promotion of ‘The Flash’, and the film is released as usual.
2. Miller refused to accept professional assistance, Warner still released ‘The Flash’, but Miller is not allowed to participate in promotional activities. His role as The Flash will be recast in the future.
3. Miller’s situation is getting worse and worse, Warner decided to cut the film. After all, a remake of the film is impossible, Miller one person in multiple roles, almost every scene with Miller appear. Cut a $200 million movie, and the test screenings were well received, which would be unprecedented.
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