Ezra Miller reportedly met with studio to quash considerations

Embattled actor Ezra Miller and their agent sat for a gathering with Warner Bros. honchos Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy on Wednesday, the Hollywood Reporter stated Friday. On the agenda? The destiny of “The Flash.”

Sources advised the Hollywood Reporter {that a} latest mea culpa from Miller got here after the actor’s staff acquired phrase that De Luca and Abdy — longtime film producers who took over Warner Bros.’ movie division from former chairman Toby Emmerich in June — had been contemplating all choices concerning subsequent summer time’s launch of “The Flash.”

All choices together with the “Batgirl” answer: That’s, not releasing the $200-million superhero film in any respect.

However Miller, who makes use of they/them pronouns, apparently cares in regards to the Flash. “It’s one of their favorite characters to play,” a supply advised the commerce outlet.

So the actor and agent Scott Metzger of CAA reportedly confirmed as much as chat about the right way to hold the tentpole movie on monitor for its June 23, 2023, launch date. An apology for bringing unfavourable consideration to the movie was additionally provided, based on the Hollywood Reporter. The unfavourable headlines from latest months didn’t hassle Miller a lot, apparently — however the potential for shedding “The Flash” to the dustbin bothered them so much.

“The Flash,” which has been a number of years within the making, is presently in post-production.

Warner Bros. didn’t reply instantly Friday to a request for remark, and no consultant for Miller was reachable.

Miller, who additionally performs Credence Barebone within the “Fantastic Beasts” franchise, stated in a press release final week that having “recently gone through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment.”

The assertion, launched to Selection by a consultant, continued. “I want to apologize to everyone that I have alarmed and upset with my past behavior. I am committed to doing the necessary work to get back to a healthy, safe and productive stage in my life.”

That apology capped a tumultuous previous a number of months for Miller, together with two arrests in Hawaii, a protecting order in North Dakota and an investigation and a felony housebreaking cost in Vermont.