Let's Have A Talk About What’s Going On With Ezra Miller
Hey, we need to talk about Ezra.
Get it? Get what I did there?
Ezra Miller was in We Need To Talk About Kevin. I get it. Bravo.
Thank you. I truly am a fantastic beast!
Okay, Miller did a lot of movies. Please don't do a bit about each and every —
Perks of Being a Wallflower!
Well now you’re just yelling out movies.
True. So what is up with Miller? I heard something about them getting arrested in Hawaii? Who gets arrested in Hawaii?
Ezra Miller, apparently. At a karaoke bar, for disorderly conduct. Apparently, they got irritated, grabbed the mic, and lunged at some people singing … at a karaoke bar.
Bet the singing was real bad.
Apparently, they were singing Lady Gaga’s “Shallow.”
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Don’t do it.
“They’re off the deeeeep eeeeend…”
Okay, but listen, there’s more. They were also slapped with a restraining order from a couple who said Miller broke into their hostel room, threatened them, and took some of their stuff.
And now all kinds of strange behaviors are resurfacing. Like this video from 2020 that shows what looks like Miller choking a female fan. Or this one from only a week ago that has them looking the opposite of calm and rapping (?) some stuff in an Uber.
Oh, man. Warner Bros. must be fuming.
Warner Bros. has already reportedly halted all Miller’s future projects.
Whoa, that was fast.
It was probably heading there anywhere. Their behavior on set has apparently been quite erratic and, in January this year, an Instagram video of Miller went viral in which they threaten the KKK. Miller said:
“This is Ezra Miller — a.k.a. the Bengal Ghouls, the Mad Goose Wizard — and, um, this is a message for the Beulaville chapter of the North Carolina Ku Klux Klan. Hello. First of all, how are you all doing? Um, it’s me. Look, if y’all want to die, I suggest just killing yourselves with your own guns, okay? Otherwise, keep doing exactly what you’re doing right now — and you know what I am talking about — and then, you know, we’ll do it for you if that’s what you want.”
Well that’s ... something. So does that mean he’s out of future appearances in the DCU?
Sounds like that may be. So you can go ahead and take off that Flash costume now.
But … how else will I enter the —
Don’t say it.
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Top Image: Warner Bros.