TV - Movies
Fans' Brutal
Advice For Warner
Bros. On How To
Handle The Flash
Controversy
By AAHIL DAYANI
"The Flash" star Ezra Miller continues to create controversies that have plunged the Warner Bros. film's future into uncertainty. The studio reportedly has three contingencies for handling “The Flash”: the first plan involved Miller denouncing their actions and getting professional help, the second plan would be promoting the film without the actor’s involvement, and the last resort would be scrapping the film altogether.
A survey conducted by Morning Consult revealed that 42% of participants believe that a film should be canceled if it's in a similar situation as "The Flash." The company asked participants to decide if a studio should release such a film by highlighting the various allegations against lead star Ezra Miller, without naming the actor.
Further results included 43% of participants strongly supporting the studio issuing a statement condemning the lead actor's actions and 48% strongly supporting the lead actor being removed from the film's marketing. Based on the results of Morning Consult's survey, Warner Bros. has some serious opinions to consider.