Amid Reports On Ezra Miller’s DCEU Future, Former Flash Co-Writer Reacts To Their Legal Issues And Reflects On Their Scrapped Script

As Warner Bros. and DC Comics’ long-awaited superhero adaptation, The Flash continues its race to the big screen, lead actor Ezra Miller is facing a number of legal issues. In the past few months alone, the Barry Allen actor has been arrested multiple times in Hawaii and been accused of putting a couple’s teenage daughter in danger. Warner has yet to make an official announcement regarding Miller’s future with the DC Extended Universe, but recent reports suggest that the studio is looking to cut ties with them. Amid the speculation, comics great Grant Morrison, who once co-wrote a draft of the script with Milleris speaking out on the actor’s situation and their scrapped screenplay.

Considering how closely Grant Morrison worked with the actor it’s no surprise that he’d be asked for his take on the star’s personal problems. Morrison recently revealed that they have been keeping up with the news regarding Miller. And the beloved comics scribe further explained that the person he’s been hearing about as of late isn’t the one that they once penned a script with:

I know they’ve had these problems. I haven’t spoken to them for a while, and the last time I spoke was long, long before this. All I can say is that it’s just not the person I know. I’ve heard stories just like everyone else. I just don’t know. Ezra cut off contact from pretty much everyone for a while. It’s not the person they were. They weren’t aggressive in any way. I just thought Ezra was a super-intelligent kid with so many talents. So all I can say is that I didn’t see that side in any way with them.

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