DC Comics icon Grant Morrison, the author of Batman Arkham Asylum: A Severe Home on Severe Earth, Doom Patrol, and plenty of extra, has reacted to The Flash movie actor Ezra Miller’s rising list of authorized troubles in an interview with Rolling Stone.
“I do know they’ve had these issues,” Morrison defined. “I have not spoken to them for some time, and the final time I spoke was lengthy, lengthy earlier than this. All I can say is that it is simply not the particular person I do know. I’ve heard tales identical to everybody else. I simply do not know.
“Ezra reduce off contact from just about everybody for some time. It isn’t the particular person they have been. They weren’t aggressive in any approach. I simply thought Ezra was a super-intelligent child with so many abilities. So all I can say is that I did not see that facet in any approach with them.”
The feedback got here amid a slew of controversies, together with the actor’s a number of arrests once they have been detained and fined for disorderly conduct whereas on trip in Hawaii in March of 2022. Different accusations of violence, psychological intimidation, and different types of misconduct have prolonged past Hawaii to succeed in Massachusetts and North Dakota.
Morrison additionally shared particulars of a now-scrapped Flash movie script, which was to be co-written by Morrison and Miller, and it might have been extra of a down-to-earth, easy Flash story than the franchise-shattering multiversal story the completed movie appears to be.
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“It actually was simply the 2 of us. They came to visit right here to Scotland and frolicked, and we wrote this factor,” Morrison revealed. “I actually favored it. Warner Bros. solely gave us two weeks! It was cruelty, . It was hardcore. We needed to be just like the Flash to get this factor achieved. It was a Flash story, so it wasn’t the place they needed to go together with multiverse and stuff. And that was the top of it.”
The Flash is scheduled to be launched in theaters on June 23, 2023, and also will star Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton’s iterations of Bruce Wayne/Batman.
Diego Ramos Bechara is a contract author at IGN.