Ezra Miller’s past may be riddled with scandal, but that hasn’t stopped him from being the talk of the town. The Flash production designer Paul Austerberry recently praised Miller’s performance, claiming that it’s so good that people will forget about his off-screen behavior.
Austerberry revealed that Miller had to switch between playing two different versions of the character every few days, all while filming six days a week and spending one in stunt rehearsals. Miller did all their own stunts for the movie and only had three days off during the entire shoot.
The Flash’s Production Designer Promises Fans Will Overlook Ezra Miller’s Criminal Past
Miller has had a troubled past, including an arrest for drug possession that led to citations for disorderly conduct. In 2022, they faced numerous charges, including burglary, disorderly conduct, harassment and second-degree assault.
The parents of Indigenous activist Tokata Iron Eyes even accused Miller of grooming their daughter since childhood and filed a protection order against him. Despite these legal troubles, The Flash has been generating considerable buzz for months, with some early screenings calling it one of the best superhero movies ever.
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Director Andy Muschietti recently updated audiences on Miller’s progress, saying they’re taking steps toward recovery and dealing with mental health issues. While Miller’s past may be checkered, there’s no denying that his performance in The Flash is highly anticipated. Miller first appeared as The Flash in 2017’s Justice League, and his performance was generally praised.
The Flash opens in theaters on June 16. Mark your calendars for what could be one of the best superhero movies of the year!
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