Issa Rae Slams Warner Bros For Saving Ezra Miller’s Movies
DC Flash actor Ezra Miller is back in the spotlight, but this time it's not because of allegations.
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This time, the question is under the scanner of Warner Bros Studios, who are seen defending the ongoing allegations against actor Ezra Miller.
The Hate You Give actress Issa Rae has mocked Warner Bros and questioned the studio's role in the face of serious allegations against Ezra Miller.
Speaking to Elle magazine, Issa Rae said: “I feel like we're going backwards, it's very depressing.
She continued: "People have to be held accountable. There have to be legitimate consequences." Hollywood is very bad with consequences. "
Insecure actress Issa Rae went on to say that "The things that happened with Ezra Miller are a microcosm of Hollywood to me."
She continued, "There's this guy (Ezra Miller) who's a repeat offender who's violent, and instead they break up and shut down the production."
"There is an effort to save the film and her. This is a clear example of how far Hollywood will go to save itself and protect the guilty," She added.
Apparently, Flash actor Ezra Miller has faced a dozen serious allegations in the past two years, which remains a cause for concern for Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. he even provided legal assistance to Ezra Miller to save $200 million from the budget of DC's The Flash
On that note, Warner Bros. announced in August that they would be continuing Ezra Miller as The Flash at DC.
But again, during the week, the Flash actor was charged with felony and burglary.
Later, actor Ezra Miller publicly apologized for saving his sinking career.
Warner Bros. and DC's The Flash are set to hit theaters on June 23, 2023.
Actress Issa Rae to star in Warner Bros action film Barbie alongside Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling. The film will be released in theaters on July 21, 2023.
Later, Issa Rae will next be seen in Sony's animated film, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, voicing Jessica Drew. The film will be released on June 2, 2023.