Ezra Miller is not only expected to remain in The Flash, but they are also expected to remain in the forthcoming film, Dalíland. Director Mary Harron will remain in the film as a younger version of Salvador Dalí when it debuts at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
“The film was completely finished and wrapped,” Harron told Variety.
“It might have been different, especially if we were shooting, if there had been bad behavior during that. But this all happened after the film was not only filmed, but edited and mixed and done. I also felt like everybody shot all those things in good faith. Nothing bad happened during our filming, and the film is the film.”
Ezra Miller’s conduct off-set has become a topic within the media cycle in recent years. In 2020, Ezra Miller was accused of choking a woman outside of a bar in Iceland. Despite recordings of the violent act, no charges were filed. This year, Miller was arrested twice in Hawaii and charged with disorderly conduct and harassment. More recently, they were cited for felony burglary in Vermont. Not to mention, Miller has also been accused of housing several young children in an unsafe environment on his property in Hawaii.
“I’m not condoning anything they’ve done wrong. I think it doesn’t matter how talented someone is, if they’ve done anything wrong, they have to face it. I also think that clearly this is not just a young star acting out,” Harron continued.
“This is much more serious. This seems like something that needs a serious intervention, which I hope has happened.”