If you thought Will Smith was the only Hollywood celebrity experiencing professional consequences as a result of a public outburst….think again!
Following The Flash star Ezra Miller’s recent arrest for disorderly behavior and harassment, Warner Bros. and DC execs conducted an emergency impromptu meeting on March 30 to consider Ezra Miller’s future with the company.
According to a reliable source, reportedly the consensus in the group was to put any future Ezra Miller movie ventures on hold, including any appearances in the DC Extended Universe.
The studio has more than a year before it has to make any hard decisions about a potential sequel to The Flash. Warner Bros. also has avoided making any key decisions on tentpoles ahead of Discovery taking control of WarnerMedia in a $43 billion mega-merger. WarnerMedia chief Ann Sarnoff announced on Tuesday that she is exiting the company as AT&T spins off its entertainment division to Discovery. Last month, Warner Bros. moved the Andrés Muschietti-helmed first installment The Flash — a production fraught with drama — from Nov. 4, 2022 to June 23, 2023.