Ezra Miller: The actor “recently participated in additional recording sessions for The Flash” despite controversy.

Ezra Miller is said to have done additional shooting for the upcoming film, The Lightningdespite ongoing controversy regarding their behavior.

The actor has been embroiled in several allegations over the past few years, leading some to question whether the DC film adaptation would still be released to audiences.

Last week, Warner Bros, the studio behind DC Productions, confirmed the film, which was originally completed in 2021, is yet to be released.

CEO David Zaslav said he was “very excited” about the film Black Adam and Shazam! 2.

Corresponding The Hollywood ReporterMiller regularly participated in “planned additional recordings over the summer.” It is not known exactly when filming for the additional scene took place.

Miller’s controversy began when a video surfaced on Twitter in 2020 that appeared to show the actor choking a woman in a Reykjavik bar. No charges were ever brought against Miller.

In 2022, Miller took to social media to lash out at the so-called “Beulaville chapter” of the Ku Klux Klan in North Carolina, urging them to “kill themselves.” The Southern Poverty Law Centre, a civil rights organization that monitors hate groups, said it was not aware of any Klan activity in the area.

Miller was then accused of grooming and “mentally manipulating, physically intimidating and endangering the safety and well-being” of 18-year-old indigenous activist Tokata Iron Eyes.

In conversation with The Independent, The teen’s father claimed Miller fed her alcohol, marijuana and LSD throughout their friendship, which dates back to when Iron Eyes was 12.

As of Tuesday August 9th, Tokata Iron Eyes has denied having been abused or groomed by the actor.

The Independent has previously reached out to Ezra Miller representatives for comment.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/ezra-miller-the-flash-photography-controversy-b2142479.html Ezra Miller: The actor “recently participated in additional recording sessions for The Flash” despite controversy.


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