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Ezra Miller Publicly Resurfaces at the Flash Premiere

Days before The Flash hit theaters, beleaguered star Ezra Miller finally made it into Speed ​​Force. After she was embroiled in a string of nasty allegations and arrests that jeopardized her superhero movie potential, Miller was absent from DC's press campaign. That lasted until Monday night when they walked the red carpet at the film's Los Angeles premiere.


After agreeing to be photographed in a white jacket adorned with a metal zipper, Miller reached out to The Flash's creative team and asked them to publicly support them during the controversy. "Maestro, I love you. I think you're amazing and your work is phenomenal," Miller told director Andy Muschietti in a video released by Deadline.


Miller later thanked Zack and Deborah Snyder for initially casting him as the character in 2014, as well as the CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery by David Zaslav, Pamela Ebedi, Warner Bros. Michael de Luca. In closing, Miller said to James John and Peter Safran, the "dynamic duo" known as DC Studios, "In the context of my life, I appreciate your grace, your insight, your care, and the reality of this moment." Thank you for doing it."




The Flash actor Ben Affleck was also in attendance at the premiere, but was not interviewed. His wife is Jennifer Lopez. Jessica Chastain stars in It's Muschietti Chapter 2. Speaking on stage at the premiere, Miller said, "I want to say thank you to the thousands of artists and people who made this film, everyone who has supported us in our lives and in the world. To everyone who has supported me in my life and around the world, it's been 10 years of this very exhausting and beautiful journey."


Miller previously apologized for their misconduct last August and said they were being treated for "complex mental health issues." In a statement, they said, "I want to apologize to everyone I have offended and upset with my past actions. I am determined to do the work necessary to return to a healthy, safe and productive phase of my life. There are,' he added. "

In January, the actor pleaded guilty to petty trespassing in a Vermont court. A spokeswoman for the Vermont Supreme Court confirmed that those involved in the case agreed to drop theft charges, which carry a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison. Miller will have to pay a $500 fine, receive a year of probation, and comply with a number of conditions, including ongoing mental health treatment.

"The idea that Flash was being compromised was a wake-up call," Miller's rep previously told VF. The film, which stars Miller in a double role, hits theaters on June 16.

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