8 Apr – It looks like Will Smith is not the only actor in trouble, as it was reported that Ezra Miller may also face an uncertain future within the DC Extended Universe following his recent arrest.
The actor, whose upcoming "The Flash" movie will be released next year, may have his future work paused by Warner Bros., as sources claimed that the studio held an emergency meeting following the incident.
This, of course, refers to last month's arrest on Miller, who was revealed to have harassed bar-goers for singing karaoke while in Hawaii and was arrested by the police for disorderly conduct.
But that wasn't all, as it was reported that a couple have filed a temporary restraining order against him for harassing and threatening them, and that the police had been called ten times since early March on incidents involving the actor.
At the same time, new reports have also come out about the actor, that he allegedly had meltdowns on the set of "The Flash".
For the time being, Miller is still allowed to promote another Warner Bros. franchise, "Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore".