This was revealed by Rolling Stone in a recent exclusive article.
You should go and read their article because it’s a very interesting read.
It all boils down to Warner Bros executives having had a meeting on March 30th in which they discussed what to do regarding the actor’s recent behaviour.
This all comes after Miller was arrested for anti-social behaviour in a bar in Hawaii.
There were then reports that the couple he was staying with had filed a restraining order against Miller.
It was reported that they had verbally abused the couple late at night and stole some of their personal possessions, including ID, bank and social security cards.
Has Warner Bros opted to cancel The Flash movie due to Ezra Miller’s behaviour?
According to Rolling Stone, the meeting was to discuss pausing all future projects involving Miller.
However, they were also discussing any future public appearances involving the actor.
An insider told Rolling Stone that Miller had “frequent meltdowns” during the production of The Flash movie in the UK.
The source added that the actor was “losing it” on set but was not violent.
“Ezra would get a thought in [their] head and say, ‘I don’t know what I’m doing,'” the unnamed source revealed.
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