The "Flash" actor pleaded not guilty Monday to stealing bottles of liquor from a neighbor’s home in Vermont. Their next hearing is scheduled for Jan. 13.
Miller is reportedly set to star in "The Flash" next year in spite of multiple charges, including second-degree assault.
Ezra Miller has broken their silence to apologize to “everyone that I have alarmed.”
The studio is considering how to address the actor's recent disturbing behavior.
Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav recently teased the film's upcoming release, in spite of Miller's arrests and various allegations against the star.
The "Fantastic Beasts" actor was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment.
Director Andy Muschietti posted the video in which he offered her the part, including her sweetly confused reaction when he asked, "Can you fly?"
"I hope we can all learn to embrace who we are & not judge people who aren't exactly the same as us," wrote Keiynan Lonsdale.
Television has, according to GLADD, failed gay women. Luckily, we have shows like the CW's Supergirl that are fighting for better representation.