Warner Bros. and DC are holding an emergency meeting to discuss Miller’s future with the studio. This meeting came after Miller’s arrest in Hawaii for disorderly conduct and harassment following an incident in which they shouted at karaoke singers, rushed at a guy playing darts, and yelled obscenities. The Flash star’s career seems to be put on hold at Warner Bros. after being served with a restraining order. Insiders say the Warner Bros.-DC meeting decided to freeze any future projects featuring Miller, including possible appearances in the DC Cinematic Universe.
The company will have some time to think about what to do with Miller‘s most recent picture, The Flash, directed by Andrés Muschietti. The release date of the superhero film was pushed back from November 4, 2022 to June 23, 2023. Additionally, the article notes that The Flash‘s production was filled with drama, with Miller experiencing “frequent meltdowns” on set. While there was no screaming or aggressive activities, Miller was said to have been “losing it” at different points during the shoot.
Millie Miller made his film debut as The Flash/Barry Allen in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and he has established his career in the likes of Suicide Squad, Justice League, Fantastic Beasts, and Where to Find Them as well as Peacemaker.