No Room For Cavill, But Enough For Ezra: Miler Might Stay In DCU After The Flash

No Room For Cavill, But Enough For Ezra: Miler Might Stay In DCU After The Flash
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In a shocking turn of events, Warner Bros. has reportedly expressed some support for keeping Ezra Miller as The Flash, despite their recent legal troubles and general unpopularity among fans.

Yes, you read that right. Despite being charged with assault, potential kidnapping, and choking, among other things, Miller may still get to play the beloved character, when Henry Cavill, much more popular among DCU fandom as Superman, had to say goodbye to the franchise just a couple of weeks ago.

DC fans are understandably outraged by this news, with many taking to Twitter to express their disappointment.

"What is even happening anymore? How can they even consider keeping Miller as The Flash after everything that's happened?" wrote one fan.

Another tweeted, "I can't believe they're still considering them for the role. This version of Barry Allen feels outdated and unlikable. Time for a change, Warner Bros."

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It's worth noting that the report from Variety only mentioned "some" support from Warner Bros., but even that small amount seems like too much to many disappointed fans. And while it's unclear exactly why Warner Bros. might be considering keeping Miller, some speculate that it could be due to financial issues or complications with their contract.

"What does Ezra Miller have on Warner Bros executives? It must be pretty big and completely life changing," a fan asked on Twitter, and honestly? We can't even tell if he's joking at this point.

Some even threaten to boycott The Flash amidst all the DCU drama. Fans think that Ezra Miller is a talented actor, but, due to events that took place last year, they do not feel comfortable supporting Miller or the movie and just hope that Miller gets the help they need.

Despite all the controversy surrounding The Flash, the film is still set to hit theaters on June 16, 2023. Whether or not Miller will be a part of DCU after that remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure: fans are not happy about the possibility of them returning.