Attending the Los Angeles premiere of DC Studios’ ‘The Flash’ marked the first time in almost two years that actor Ezra Miller has been seen in public.
According to ‘Variety,’ the troubled actor addressed fans and a large number of industry leaders at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood and spoke candidly the misbehavior charges that have been leveled against them as well as their different legal issues.
Miller, who identifies as non-binary and uses they and them as pronouns, made a big show of thanking David Zaslav, CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, Michael De Luca and Pam Abdy, heads of Warner Bros. Film Group, and James Gunn and Peter Safran, stewards of DC Studios, for “your grace and discernment and care in the context of my life.” And in the process of making this moment a reality.”
After ‘The Flash’ premiere misconduct claims, Ezra Miller speaks out.
Miller was charged with felony burglary in the state of Vermont in 2022 after police examined their role in a robbery that took place at a private property. This came about following a string of increasingly serious offenses. Their problems started in the year 2020 when a video surfaced showing Miller seemingly strangling a lady outside of a club in Iceland. The incident was captured on camera. There was no report of a crime lodged.
According to “Variety,” the actor was also taken into custody twice in Hawaii, the first time for disorderly behavior and the second time for harassment. Miller paid the $500 fine and entered a plea of no contest to the sole count of misdemeanor disorderly conduct that was brought against him in the Hawaii case. The allegations of harassment were thrown out.
At the premiere of ‘The Flash,’ Miller was greeted like a rock star and given an introduction by the show’s director, Andy Muschietti.
“I love you, maestro,” Miller said to the director of the picture. “You blow my mind, and I think the work you’ve done is absolutely monumental.”
The studio made it known in advance that Miller’s only public appearance for the movie would be at the Los Angeles premiere, and they disclosed this well in advance. They took the customary route of walking down the red carpet rather than participating in on-camera or print interviews. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, two of Miller’s co-stars on “The Flash,” as well as Jessica Chastain, one of Muschietti’s co-stars on “It: Chapter Two,” were present at the event.