Despite the controversies involving Ezra Miller and his personal life, the Warner Bros. pictures seems to have not changed the strategy of The Flash’s promotional campaign, so much so that an official trailer may be released soon.
In an Instagram post, the producer Barbara Muschietti was asked when this will happen, and replied simply: “Coming soon!”
We don’t have any additional clues, but there’s a possibility this will happen in the Black Adam sessions in October, or maybe in DC League of Super Pets, as early as July.
Recently, a report by Variety analyzed Miller’s situation behind the scenes at the studio, even confirming that a supposed replacement for the actor was never considered.
In fact, there’s a relatively simple reason for this: budget.
Miller plays Barry Allen, the film’s protagonist, and therefore appears in almost every scene. Sources connected to the studio pointed out that there is not enough digital technology to remove it without going back to square one.
Of course, remaking a movie from the ground up isn’t a realistic proposition – let alone one that was completed months ago and cost hundreds of millions.
The Flash is directed by Andy Muschietti (IT: The Thing), while Christina Hodson (Birds of Prey, Bumblebee) handles the script.
After a long period in development, the premiere is finally scheduled for June 23, 2023.
Ezra Miller like Barry Allen/Flash, Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Kiersey Clemons like Iris West, Sasha Calle as Kara Zor-El/Supergirl, Maribel Verdu like Nora West, Ron Livingston as Henry West and Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne/Batman are in the main cast.