By Ray Ampoloquio June 20, 2022
Ezra Miller has appeared in three different films in the DC Extended Universe (four if you count last year's Zack Snyder's Justice League) and they're set to make his solo film debut in next year's The Flash.
But, while they are set to be a big part of the DCEU going forward, it appears that Warner Bros. Discovery isn't too keen on bringing them back for another go.
Specifically, reports suggest that Warner Bros. wants to remove Ezra Miller from the DCEU as soon as The Flash comes out.
A $200 million loss (and quite possibly more) is a tough and very expensive pill to swallow if the studio forgoes the release of The Flash altogether.
However, it should allow Warner Bros. to focus on its other upcoming DCEU films without worrying about any controversy.
Hopefully, the new Warner Bros. Discovery CEO, David Zaslav, finds a way to steer the DCEU through controversial waters successfully soon.