Warner Bros. Discovery has yet to make a decision about The Flash, despite the fact that its actor, Ezra Miller, frequently engages in illegal activity. According to THR, the business is examining the harm Miller's unpredictable conduct brought to the franchise.

In the event that circumstances worsen in the following weeks, Warner Bros. Discovery may decide to completely abandon the project.

When a standalone Flash movie was announced in 2014, Miller entered the DC Extended Universe. Before appearing in 2017's Justice League, Miller appeared in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad as the Scarlet Speedster.

In the meanwhile, a lot has happened in the DCEU, with Warner forcing Zack Snyder out and Walter Hamada taking over the job of rearranging DC's schedule of theatrical releases.

The Flash underwent a number of revisions until it finally became a renowned Flashpoint tale adaption starring Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton as various Batmen.

After actor Miller was twice detained for unruly behaviour in Hawaii, was charged with passport theft, and made threats to a couple at a karaoke club, the future of The Flash was put in jeopardy.

What's worse is that for an unspecified reason, Miller has been housing a woman and her three children on his Vermont estate. Miller was arrested last Wednesday for stealing some alcohol bottles, and the actor has also been charged with providing illicit narcotics to a minor.

Warner needs to make a decision about Miller's future right away since his erratic behaviour threatens to hurt both The Flash and the studio, and the DCEU has undergone a significant restructure that has resulted in the cancellation of several projects.

Warner Bros. Discovery has yet to make a decision about The Flash, despite the fact that its actor, Ezra Miller, frequently engages in illegal activity. According to THR, the business is examining the harm Miller's unpredictable conduct brought to the franchise.