Fans Want Grant Gustin To Replace Ezra Miller As The Flash In DCEU After Choking Video
Fans of The Flash have now come out in support of Grant Gustin replacing Ezra Miller as The Flash in the DCEU following the recent chocking video.
There was a video that made the rounds earlier this week in which Ezra Miller could be seen choking a fan.
It’s a really strange video and I couldn’t tell whether it was real or not.
When I first watched the video, I thought it was Miller just joking around.
However, it’s since been revealed that it was genuine and now fans are calling for Grant Gustin to replace him as The Flash in the DCEU.
Should Grant Gustin replace Ezra Miller as The Flash in the DCEU?
Here are some tweets from fans demanding that Grant Gustin replace Ezra Miller as The Flash in the DCEU.
They should pull a Robert Pattinson and put Grant Gustin as the DCEU Flash
— Jeremiah "Worldwide" Oubre (@skeeterboronson) April 6, 2020
petition for grant gustin to be the flash in justice league 2. breathe to sign pic.twitter.com/lrIq13rzgr
— V (@SM0KEMEL0VE) April 6, 2020
After hearing all this Ezra Miller business, it got me thinking: It would be so dope if Grant Gustin played Flash in the DCEU. Just give him a movie-budget costume and a complete rewrite of his character, he's perfect.
— BatNick (@BatNick10) April 6, 2020
Not so great news for Ezra; but maybe now Grant Gustin gets cast in the flash movie
— LeonsisGotToGo (@ROY_HOLLADAY) April 6, 2020
Honestly, it would be rather complicated to replace Miller as The Flash in the DCEU.
However, it does look like Warner Bros. Pictures is starting to do different things with their DC Comics movies.
This means that there could be scope to bring in a new Flash in a future DC Comics film.
They’ve already done it with Joker and the upcoming Batman movie starring Robert Pattinson.
What do you make of this news.
Would you like to see Grant Gustin replace Ezra Miller as The Flash in the DCEU following the video which showed Miller choking a fan?
Let us know in the comments below.
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