Warner Bros. threw a Hail Mary by deciding not to shelve their long-stalled film The Flash, as its lead, Ezra Miller, collected a cornucopia of allegations which includes but is not limited to assault, harassment, and child grooming- and now, after the superhero flick was finally released in theaters in North America on June 16 and internationally on June 14, the verdict is in! We’re looking at a big, fat box office flop! With a measly debut of $55 million- may this put to rest the idea that audiences are impartial to watching abusive dipsticks?? I’m lookin at you, Kevin Spacey!
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?
After Ezra Miller went on a tour of terror by allegedly assaulting, abusing, kidnapping, grooming, stealing, and harassing the populace, they checked into a treatment facility and tried apologizing a bunch of times. But despite all the bad press and legal issues, Warner Bros’ big DC movie, The Flash, starring Ezra, is finally coming out this summer. The movie premiered last week at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, where Ezra was praised for their work in the film. Audiences in Vegas also loved the movie. Even other execs had to grudgingly give props to the film. But what’s gonna happen when Ezra has to actually talk to journalists during a press tour? Well, don’t worry–a DC exec says The Flash isn’t a PR-driven movie. Reminder: it had a Super Bowl commercial. But sure, Jan–we believe you.
After a nail-biting year of box office flops and production scraps for Warner Bros., this Tuesday at CinemaCon, they unveiled the newest trailer for The Flash starring traveling terror and accused abuser Ezra Miller. But what was even more riveting than the film’s trailer was when its director Andy Muschietti told the audience that Ezra was “one of the best actors” he’s ever worked with… What kind of life-ruining information does Ezra have on Andy for him to embarrass himself like this?
Invariably, the worst food you will eat at any given Super Bowl party are nachos. Somebody’s always trying to be cute and do too much. And by the time they come around to you, they are a soggy, sticky mess that have been touched by way too many bare hands and you have no idea what you’re supposed to be eating. You’ll be all “Is this a garbanzo bean? And what is this… pineapple?!?!” Yet apparently, every single one of the movie studios that paid for a spot during yesterday’s game signed up to bring nachos. So we got served a dozen sloppy variations of cheese on chips when all anybody really wants are some hard-fried chicken wings and a cold beer. To which the studios all said “go fish,” and handed us a plate of Tropical Tuna Fiesta Surprise nachos instead (I’m looking at you, Air. Viola Davis is owed an apology).
Warner Bros. Discovery is breaking a 17-year absence from having promos at the Super Bowl this year by once again spending millions of dollars to get their programming in front of millions of people waiting to see Rihanna perform her halftime show. And the movie getting the righteous honor is none other than the DC superhero flick, The Flash, starring noted predator Ezra Miller, who tore up Hawaii and has been accused of various types of assaults and harassment, and grooming of children. And two months ago, Ezra pleaded not guilty to burglary charges. I don’t know what happened at that meeting with Warner Bros. back in August, but Ezra has truly become the favored darling demon child.