THE FLASH: WB Reportedly Prepared To Move Forward Without Ezra Miller If Needs Be

Still nothing from Warner Bros. after that shocking footage of Ezra Miller was shared online, but a new rumor suggests that the studio may be ready to move forward with The Flash with or without him...

We expected some kind of official statement from Warner Bros. or Ezra Miller's representatives after footage of the actor appearing to attack a female fan found its way online, but it's been radio silence since. However, we may now have an unofficial update from Fandom Wire.

The site claims to have reached out to a source who informed them that while the studio has yet to make a decision regarding Miller, they are ready to move forward with production on The Flash as soon as they are able, and intend to do so with or without Ezra in the lead role of Barry Allen.

The report also mentions that the most recent script draft revolves around The Scarlet Speedster "racing back through time to save his mother," and reshaping the established timeline in the process. Apparently, Jason Momoa's Aquaman and Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman will be the only Justice League members left after the reset, and Robert Pattinson's Batman will also be incorporated into the new timeline.

Reverse Flash and Mirror Master are said to be the movie's main villains.

While those story details may sound more like fan-fic than anything else, it's worth noting that the site's owner Andy Signore did have solid sources before being shunned by the internet when sexual misconduct allegations were leveled against him, so there's a decent chance he still has a few contacts. Then again, he may be spouting complete nonsense in an effort to make his name relevant again!

What do you guys think? Do you buy any of this? Let us know in the comments.

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