Ezra Miller Made An Appearance At “The Flash” Premiere

June 13, 2023 / Posted by:

Monday night Warner Bros. took a step toward closing the chapter on the production hellhole that was The Flash after holding a premiere at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood for their long overdue superhero flick they’re counting on to save their assess after a brutal year of shelving projects and box office bombs. And what better way to ensure the success of this film than by having alleged harasser, assaulter, burglar, and child groomer Ezra Miller make an appearance to remind us all that you can be above the law as long as you have Warner Bros. banking on you?

Despite The Flash director Andy Muschietti calling Ezra “one of the best actors” he’s ever worked with, it seems like more people wanna see Ezra in jail than go see them in this movie. But there was already too much money invested to scrap and reshoot it, so, ladies and gentlemen, Ezra Miller!

If it wasn’t bad enough that the studio let Ezra show their buccal fat absent face at the premiere for the first time since their spiral of legal issues, Warner Bros. even loosened the leash and let them speak to the audience according to Deadline:

Before the screening, Miller thanked multiple people like director Andy Muschietti, Zach Snyder and Warner Bros. Discovery boss David Zaslav. Miller also had some words for “the dynamic duo” Peter Safran and James Gunn saying he was grateful “for your grace and discernment and care in the context of my life and in bringing this moment to fruition.”

AKA, “Thanks for not canning me.” Here’s a video of Ezra’s speech:

Also spotted at the event, Ben Affleck was contractually obligated excited to be there for his reprised Batman role and momentarily uncuffed himself from his wife, Jennifer Lopez, to take some smiley snaps with Ezra and other co-stars.

The actor, who reprises his role as Batman in “The Flash,” also appeared in group shots with director Andy Muschietti and embattled star Ezra Miller.

Affleck, 50, and more of his co-stars have kept quiet about Miller’s controversial lead role in the film following the 30-year-old’s legal troubles.

So far, the movie’s Rotten Tomato score is 71%, with an audience score of 95%, which can only mean Warner Bros. CEO David Zaslav is locked away in his office creating fake Rotten Tomato accounts as we speak. It’s still too early to tell if the movie’s gonna come out on top or totally flop, but getting Ezra through the night without a single arrest is a success in itself!

Here are more pictures from last night’s premiere:

Pics: INSTARImages

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