DC fans are threatening to boycott The Flash over Ezra Miller

Fans are divided over it The Flashand new trailer.

In the trailer released Monday (February 13) during the Super Bowl, viewers can see Ezra Miller’s title character travel through time to prevent his mother’s murder, but unknowingly cause changes that create multiverse.

While many people are “excited” to see Michael Keaton’s Batman, others are skeptical about Miller’s involvement in the film due to the actor’s recent controversial behavior and arrests.

“Excited to see Michael Keaton as Batman again,” one fan wrote on Twitter.

Another said: “The Flash my brain was scrambled by a movie trailer.”

One wrote: “Intrigued. I felt more like the CW crossover events than the Flashpoint plot line from the comics. Easter eggs many fans. We’ll see how it hangs together as a script.”

Referring to Miller’s involvement in the film, one fan wrote: “Wish they fired Ezra Miller.”

Another agreed, commenting: “Yeah, I’d bring in the multiverse to try to move on from Ezra Miller as Flash ASAP too if I was DC.”

Internet personality Oli London also questioned why DC would give Miller “a starring role in a major motion picture.”

Another wrote: “Everyone on this hellish site could tell me that the trailer for The Flash The movie is the biggest movie trailer of all time, and as long as Ezra Miller is attached I will not watch the movie or anything related to it.”

Author Ella Dawson wrote: “Ezra Miller is terrible and I won’t be watching The Flash.”

    (DC/Warner Bros)

(DC/Warner Bros)

Journalist Carolyn Hinds wrote: “Michael Keaton…I love his Batman but it’s not enough to forget or ignore him. The Flash in this film is Ezra Miller, who has yet to face any consequences for the harm done and violence done to people including minors, in the world. It’s a NO for me yet.”

The film’s cast also includes Michael Shannon’s General Zod from A man made of steel and Supergirl debuted Sasha Calle as well as Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Antje Traue and Maribel Verdú.

The Flash It marks Miller’s first standalone film as the super-fast hero since his cameo appearance in 2016 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Miller’s numerous controversies, including arrests and reports of erratic behavior stretching from Hawaii to Vermont, have led to a difficult journey leading up to the film’s release.

The allegations against Miller include choking a woman at a bar in Iceland in 2020, grooming and “psychologically manipulating” an 18-year-old from North Dakota and hosting a woman and child on their farm in Vermont where it was reported “guns lying around”. “.

They recently apologized for their actions, saying they have begun ongoing treatment for “complex mental health issues”.

The Flash will be released in cinemas on June 16.

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