The Flash sequel script has already been written… in the wake of star Ezra Miller’s multiple arrests
- Sequel is dependent on The Flash box office next summer and Miller’s personal issues
- Movie goes to theaters June 23, 2023
- Miller has made headlines for multiple arrests this year
- Miller said they sought help last August
The script for next summer’s sequel to The Flash has already been written, amid star Ezra Miller’s tumultuous year filled with brushes with the law.
Aquaman writer David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick penned the script for the sequel, which relies on the box office performance of The Flash movie, which is slated to hit theaters on June 23, 2023. The Hollywood Reporter.
The sequel also relies on the status of Miller, 30, who played The Flash in the DC Extended Universe movies such as Justice League, Suicide Squad, and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The latest: The script for next summer’s sequel to The Flash has already been written, amid star Ezra Miller’s tumultuous year full of tassels with the law. They were captured in NYC in 2019
In August, the New Jersey resident met with executives at Warner Brothers Discovery after making headlines for months amid multiple arrests.
Miller filed a not-guilty plea Monday in a court in Bennington, Vermont, on charges that they stole liquor bottles from a neighbor’s home. Miller virtually appeared in the felony burglary and robbery charge following a May 1 incident in which a burglary was reported.
Miller was charged in connection with the incident after a police investigation that included surveillance footage and witness interviews.
Miller, who is in custody for up to 26 years in the case, agreed not to contact the owner of the home that was broken into. The case will return to court on January 13.
Miller was seen in a photo of a police booking following their arrest for disorderly conduct and harassment on March 28 in Hilo, Hawaii.
Miller, 30, played The Flash in the DC Extended Universe movies such as Justice League, Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Miller’s attorney Lisa Shelkrot told the… AP by email, “Ezra would like to acknowledge the love and support they have received from their family and friends, who remain a vital presence in their ongoing mental health.”
Miller was also arrested twice in Hawaii in 2022, once in connection with second-degree assault and another in disorderly conduct.
In addition, the parents of a Native American activist named Tokata Iron Eyes, 18, have filed for a protection order against the star, alleging that Miller had been communicating with their daughter since she was 12. (Tokata Iron Eyes has denied the allegations.)
Miller was seen in a Vermont court this week alongside attorney Lisa Shelkrot
Miller, who is non-binary and uses pronouns, said in August that they would seek help dealing with “complex mental health issues.”
“I recently went through a period of intense crisis and I now understand that I suffer from complex mental health issues and have started treatment,” Miller said in a statement. “I want to apologize to everyone I have alarmed and upset about my past behavior.
“I am committed to doing the necessary work to return to a healthy, safe and productive phase of my life.”