It looks like all is good between Warner Bros. Discovery and Ezra Miller.
According to The Wrap, the controversial star of the upcoming DCEU film, The Flash, reshot minor bits of footage to help out with the post-production process. If this is true, then the newly-merged studio might be open to bringing Miller for more films in the still-struggling cinematic universe.
Miller confirmed in a statement earlier this year they've sought treatment for mental health issues. This might have convinced Warner Bros. to bring them back if only for The Flash. We are curious to see how well the film will go. The film will be directed by Andy Muschietti and will also bring back Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton as Batman and Superman, respectively.
The early test screening scores for The Flash suggest that the DCEU has stumbled upon the company's first potential goldmine in a long time. This might have played a key role in the decision to bring Miller back.
Ultimately, Miller's return for The Flash doesn't guarantee his future in the DCEU. The DCEU won't have a proper future until it finds someone to helm the entire universe. The DCEU currently feels directionless and it feels like Warner Bros. Discovery is just bidding its time until it finds a film that will catapult the franchise back to the spotlight.
If it's any consolation, Black Adam will premiere on October 2. The star power of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson might be enough to turn it into a foundation for an entire slate of films revolving around the characters that it will introduce such as the Justice Society of America. Don't forget, The Suicide Squad, which bombed at the global box office despite glowing reviews, gave us Peacemaker.