'Nothing other than trouble': How Ezra Miller's off-screen drama almost cost 'The Flash' its $200 million budget
From Ezra Miller's legal troubles to the uncertainty of the film's release, the $200 million project, 'The Flash,' starring Antje Traue, has been a rollercoaster. We look back at the obstacles and controversies the film overcame.
'The Flash' Speeds Through Controversy to Silver Screen
Ezra Miller's life off the screen could rival any DC multiverse drama. From legal battles to a $500 fine and a year of probation, Miller, who plays the Flash, has been a lightning rod for controversy. But as the saying goes, the show must go on.
"Nothing Other Than Trouble": Ezra Miller, The Flash's Troublesome Speedster
As reported by WION, Miller's off-screen conduct had fans and execs alike wondering if 'The Flash' would ever hit cinemas. In a recent couple of years, Miller has gone from being the speedster superhero to the "troublester" superhero, facing charges of break-in and theft. Despite a rollercoaster ride of legal troubles and mental illness, the actor seems to have taken a pause for introspection, apologizing for their conduct.
"A Sequel is Already in Development": The Evergreen Allure of Antje Traue
Among the constellations of stars in 'The Flash,' there's one that shines subtly yet steadily—Antje Traue. Could she be more than just a one-Flash wonder? David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick is already scripting a sequel, and fans are keen to know if Traue’s role will extend beyond this multiverse saga.
The Flash's lineup was as star-studded as a night in Gotham, with appearances from Michael Keaton's Batman, Ben Affleck's take on the Dark Knight, and Sasha Calle's debut as Supergirl. 'The Flash' was released on June 15, 2023. And let's be honest, with a budget of $200 million, this was a ship too grand to sink.
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