The Flash races ahead of Ezra Miller controversies: David Zaslav, Warner Brothers CEO, spoke to reporters and investors about a list of movies that are based on DC Comics characters. He included “Black Adam”, which is the sequel to “Shazam!” as well as “The Flash”, which stars Miller as Barry Allen, the superhuman speedster.
Ezra Miller is still in hot water over abuse allegations and other legal issues. However, producers of “The Flash,” his film, have confirmed that it will be released as planned.
According to NBC News, the makers have decided that June 23rd, 2023 will be released. David Zaslav, Warner Brothers CEO, spoke to reporters and investors about a number of movies that would be based on DC Comics characters. He included “Black Adam”, which is the sequel to “Shazam!” as well as “The Flash”, which stars Barry Allen as the superhuman speedster Barry Allen.
Zaslav stated that the projects are “very exciting”. According to NBC News Zaslav suggested that the three movies could be modified before they are released in multiplexes. He said, “We’ve seen these movies.” “We think they are fantastic and we believe we can make them even more.”
NBC News reported, in June, that Miller, 29, had granted temporary protection to a Massachusetts mother for her 12-year-old son.
NBC News saw the court order and it stated that it was issued “without advance notice because Court determined there is a substantial possibility of harassment immediately”.
Miller, who is gender nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns has been summoned to court in two states. He was accused by his parents of grooming, abuse, and intimidation in relation to a child (12 years old) and an adult (18 years old).
He was also arrested in Hawaii on second-degree assault and disorderly conduct charges.