A Study In Scarlet: Ezra Miller Vindicated & Ray Fisher’s Crucifixion Explained


Flashing a New Start

Warner Bros Entertainment, known for its share of controversies, especially surrounding the Justice League sets, has been making headlines once again. Just a while back, they succumbed to immense pressure from Zack Snyder’s devoted fans and released the Snyder Cut on HBO Max, which quickly became a massive success.


Ezra Miller’s Apology

Currently, reshoots are underway for the upcoming Flash movie, and actor Ezra Miller, known for his role as the Scarlet Speedster, is back on set. This comes as Miller publicly acknowledges and apologizes for his past troubling behavior that has garnered significant media attention worldwide. He stated, “Having recently gone through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering from complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment… I want to apologize to everyone that I have alarmed and upset with my past behavior. I am committed to doing the necessary work to get back to a healthy, safe, and productive stage in my life.”


 Ray Fisher’s Battle

Ray Fisher, a star associated with Zack Snyder’s version of the Justice League, found himself in frequent clashes with director Joss Whedon after Whedon took over following Snyder’s departure. Whedon faced his share of criticism, with allegations of sexist behavior and attempting to coerce Gal Gadot into filming a questionable scene featuring the Scarlet Speedster.


 Miller’s Previous Concerns

Before his return to the Flash movie, Ezra Miller had raised concerns about Johnny Depp’s casting in the “Fantastic Beasts” franchise. Miller expressed that none of the other actors and actresses were consulted before Depp was selected to play Grindelwald. Ultimately, Mads Mikkelsen replaced Depp, and the final installment didn’t perform as well at the Box Office.


A Troubled Past

Miller’s return to the Flash film comes amidst serious legal troubles. He faces charges of assault, battery, and possession of deadly firearms, which only scratch the surface of his legal woes. The extent of Miller’s fall from grace remains uncertain.


The Stigma of Mental Health

Using “mental health issues” as a justification for reckless behavior raises concerns. It can perpetuate the stigma surrounding psychological issues, leading to unjust scrutiny of individuals. Celebrities’ actions often influence public opinion, making it crucial for them to be responsible role models.


 Ray Fisher’s Stand

Ray Fisher took a bold stand against Walter Hamada, a high-ranking executive associated with DC Films and Warner Bros. This stance resulted in Fisher facing industry sidelining, despite the film industry’s professed commitment to critical thinking. Fisher is now set to play a pivotal role in Zack Snyder’s upcoming film, Rebel Moon.


The Flash Teaser

  • Director: Andy Muschietti (known for It, Mama)
  • Screenplay: Christina Hodson (known for Bumblebee)
  • Story: John Francis Daley (known for Horrible Bosses), Jonathan Goldstein (known for Spider-Man: Homecoming), Joby Harold (known for Army of the Dead)
  • Starring: Ezra Miller (known for The Crimes of Grindelwald), Ron Livingston (known for The Conjuring), Michael Keaton (known for Batman, Birdman), and more
  • Cinematography: Henry Braham (known for The Legends of Tarzan)
  • Music: Benjamin Wallfisch (known for Mortal Kombat, Hellboy)
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: John DJ DesJardin (known for Watchmen, Mission Impossible II)


What’s Your Take?

As The Flash prepares to hit American theaters on June 23rd, 2023, the question arises: will you be watching? Do you believe Ezra Miller deserves a second chance, or do you think he should be held accountable for being a potentially negative role model for young audiences? Share your thoughts on this matter with us below.