After Ezra Miller’s arrest in Hawaii due to a series of disturbances on the island, Warner Bros. executives have found themselves hosting meetings with regards to the future of the actor in their studio as of Wednesday, March 30, as calls for him to be recast grow louder.

Ezra Miller was arrested on March 28 for disorderly conduct at a karaoke bar in Hawaii, allegedly grabbing the microphone from a woman and lunging at a man in the bar. There have been at least 10 calls to the police made about Miller’s conduct since March 7 when they have been staying on the island, according to Rolling Stone.

The next day, a temporary restraining order was slapped against Miller after they allegedly burst into a couple’s bedroom and threatened to “bury you and your slut wife” before stealing the woman’s passport, the man’s wallet, and other valuables that the couple had, Page Six reported.

Miller, who is the star of the upcoming Warner Bros. film "The Flash" as well as a cast member of the "Fantastic Beasts" franchise, was also reportedly having non-violent but frequent meltdowns on the set of the "Justice League" followup as they filmed their role in the tentpole movie.

“Ezra would get a thought in [their] head and say, ‘I don’t know what I’m doing,’” an insider with knowledge of the incident said.

Warner Bros. executives have reportedly put a pause on all projects with Ezra Miller as they continue to assess the situation with regard to their future in the company.

After the incident hit the news, many social media users have pushed forward calls to replace Miller from the franchise with their television "Flash" counterpart Grant Gustin, who has been playing the role on the CW show since 2014, according to the Daily Beast.

Gustin has played the television version of "The Flash" since 2014, appearing in his own show as well as other crossovers with fellow comic book shows, including "Supergirl," "Arrow," and "D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow." He will continue to play the role as CW’s "The Flash" was renewed for a ninth season.

After Ezra Miller's arrest in Hawaii following over a month of incidents in the island, many are calling for the actor to be recast from the upcoming "The Flash" movie franchise, amongst other roles. ANGELA WEISS/Getty Images.

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