Warner Bros. Discovery is reportedly considering keeping Ezra Miller as The Flash despite past controversy.
Miller has allegedly been involved in assault allegations and sought treatment for mental health issues.
The studio initially considered reshooting the film with a different actor, shelving it, or releasing it and hoping the controversy died down.
Warner Bros. ultimately decided to release the film next year due to the cost of the other options.
Some executives at the studio are reportedly open to keeping Miller on as The Flash after the film's release on June 16.
James Gunn and Peter Safran were recently announced as Co-CEOs of DC Studios.
They plan to create an integrated, multilayered universe while still allowing for individual expression from artists.
DC Studios is looking to invigorate the theatrical experience with grand and beautiful stories.
Warner Bros. Discovery's decision for the future of The Flash and DC Films projects remains uncertain.