A Study in Scarlet: Ezra Miller Vindicated & Ray Fisher’s Crucifixion Explained

Warnes Bros Entertainment is no stranger to negative controversy surrounding the environment on Justice League sets. Not too long ago, they bowed down because of extreme pressure from Zack Snyder’s fans and released the full-fledged Snyder Cut on HBO Max, which became a smash hit in days.

Currently, the Flash is having reshoots. It seems that billionaire playboy queer philanthropist Ezra Miller is on the set for the same purpose. This is how the protagonist of “The Flash” apologized for his troubling behavior that has been routinely dissected by media outlets around the world, “Having recently gone through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment,…I want to apologize to everyone that I have been alarmed and upset by my past behavior. I am committed to doing the necessary work to get back to a healthy, safe, and productive stage in my life.”

Ray Fisher is one of the stars associated with Zack Snyder’s rendition of the Justice League. He frequently clashed with Joss Whedon on the film set after the latter took over the directorial role following the demise of Snyder’s daughter Autumn.

Joss Whedon has also been criticized for sexist behavior as he has allegedly tried to force Gal Gadot to shoot for a particular scene that included a perverted moment featuring the Scarlet Speedster.

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Ezra Miller had previously complained about Johnny Depp’s casting in the “Fantastic Beasts” franchise. He had stated that none of the other actors and actresses were consulted before Johnny was selected as the apt choice to play Grindelwald. Mads Mikkelsen later replaced Depp, and the final installment didn’t have a great run at the Box Office either.

Miller came back on board the Flash film after a successful meeting with the executives at Warnes Bros. Ezra has been charged with assault, battery, and possession of deadly firearms, which is just at the tip of Pandora’s Box. Only God knows how far Miller has fallen from His grace.

Using “mental health issues” as a justification for asinine behavior is an idiotic excuse that worsens the stigma on those suffering from psychological issues. This is because more individuals get scrutinized unjustly simply because the celebrity monkeys act like they own the world.

Ray Fisher challenged the status quo. He fought against Walter Hamada, a top-ranked executive associated with DC Films and WB. Primarily because of this reason, he was sidelined in the Hollywood industry, which pretends to foster the spirit of critical thinking. He is slated to fulfill the role of a warrior in Zack Snyder’s next film, Rebel Moon. On the other hand, Miller’s name cropped up in a case involving a kidnapped minor.

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Main Staff & Cast

  • Director: Andy Muschietti (known for It, Mama)
  • Screenplay: Christina Hodson (known for Bumblebee)
  • Story: John Francis Daley (known for Horrible Bosses), Jonathan Goldstein (known for Spider-Man: Homecoming), Joby Harold (known for Army of the Dead)
  • Starring: Ezra Miller (known for The Crimes of Grindelwald), Ron Livingston (known for The Conjuring), Michael Keaton (known for Batman, Birdman), and more
  • Cinematography: Henry Braham (known for The Legends of Tarzan)
  • Music: Benjamin Wallfisch (known for Mortal Kombat, Hellboy)
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: John DJ DesJardin (known for Watchmen, Mission Impossible II)

Well, what do you think about this entire matter? Will you be watching The Flash, which is scheduled to hit American theatres on June 23rd, 2023? Or do you think Ezra Miller deserves to be fired for being a dangerous role model for young children and teenagers? Give us your honest opinion on this conundrum down below.