The attention of a part of the film industry are focused on ezra miller. The actor, star of Flash, he had several personal problems during 2022. These put his participation in the film in doubt and there was even thought about the possibility that the feature film would be cancelled. All this is part of the past and this production could be the most important of the year in terms of superhero movies.
Within the framework of the CinemaCon 2023 which is taking place from April 24 to 27, there was a private function of Flash and also a space in which a group of communicators and critics could ask the director of the film some questions, Andy Muschietti. Among the media present at this meeting was The Hollywood Reporterwho consulted the filmmaker about Ezra Miller’s work during the recording.
When asked, Muschietti only had words of recognition for the actor. Until last year, Ezra Miller may have been recognized as one of the hottest new faces in the movie business. Perhaps this is still the case, but so much commotion due to his personal problems has affected his image. However, the director defended him before the media and celebrated the actor’s commitment, especially during the action sequences and stunts.
Andy Muschietti’s words on Ezra Miller’s work in Flash
During his meeting with the aforementioned medium, Andy Muschietti described what the experience of working with Ezra Miller was like. This said the filmmaker about the actor’s work:
“He’s an incredible actor. [The Flash representó] the opportunity to work with one of the best actors I have ever worked with.”
To this he added the following, about Ezra Miller’s acting record and his ability to assume risk scenes:
“I found out that he is an incredible comedian and that he can also handle all the action required for a great show like this.. He wanted to do all the stunts and I let him“.
Ezra Miller debuted inside the DC Extended Universe in Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016). At that time, his interpretation was well received as he represented one of the most important characters in comics. It was a cameo that opened up the possibility that he would eventually have his own movie.
This debut was followed by two more interventions, in Suicide Squad (2016) and The Justice League (2017). However, between the irregularities of the DC Extended Universe, the confinement due to COVID-19 and the subsequent personal problems of the actor, the presentation of his own film has taken more time than necessary. This wait will end on June 16, when it opens Flash.