If A Sequel “Happens,” The Director Of “The Flash” Andy Muschietti Wishes To Have Ezra Miller Come Back

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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - APRIL 02: Director Andy Muschietti attends Warner Bros. Pictures "The Big Picture" exclusive presentation during CinemaCon at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on April 02, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CinemaCon is the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners. (Photo by Gabe Ginsberg/WireImage)

The next Ezra Miller-starring superhero movie’s director has expressed the desire to have contentious performers remain in their position if The Flash has a future. The Playlist recently questioned the director of “The Flash” Andy Muschietti about whether Barry Allen, played by Miller, would return in any prospective sequel he could return to the helm. Andy Muschietti, 49, answered that he would love it had a sequel been made. The performer has been the subject of a great deal of criticism lately, including many arrests for unruly behavior and assault in 2022.

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The director said that he does not think there was anybody who could do it better than him. Miller played Barry Allen in the movie. “The other representations of his character are excellent, but they outdid themselves with this one. Additionally, as you mentioned, the two Barry characters seem to fit the bill for the character. Miller had been incredible and super dedicated to his performance while in the workplace of the forthcoming DC Studios movie, according to Andy Muschietti’s sister Barbara Muschietti, who collaborates with him as a producer. Ezra has given all of himself, both physically and emotionally into this movie, said Barbara. Before Ezra, who prefers the pronouns they/them, made news for months due to a succession of disturbing behavior that involved erratic outbursts on social media, arrests, as well as court appearances, The Flash was nearly finished. In a declaration received by the media back the month of August, the celeb expressed regret for their troublesome behavior and stated that they had been receiving therapy for “complicated mental health problems.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, co-CEO of the DC Studios Peter Safran stated regarding Miller’s future with the series at the April press session that “Ezra is dedicated to their health. We have their current adventure completely in our support. We will all decide what the best course of action is once the moment is appropriate and they are prepared to have the conversation.