“The Flash” movie is set to premiere in June 2023 with no major changes happening. This means that main star Ezra Miller will still be the upcoming film’s top starrer despite rumors alleging that he could be replaced.

This was confirmed no less by insiders to Variety entertainment writer Adam B. Vary.

In a tweet, Vary was allegedly told that they will not recast Barry Allen/ The Flash despite the legal troubles that the 29-year-old recently got involved with.

Miller was arrested twice in Hawaii this year for disorderly conduct and harassment. There was also another incident where he is facing second-degree assault.

Miller’s first arrest was in March. This was the incident that reportedly happened at a bar in Hawaii where the actor allegedly grabbed the microphone from a 23-year-old woman who was singing karaoke. He would later lunge at a 32-year-old man who was playing darts at the time.

The owner tried to pacify Miller several times but failed. The couple would end up filing a restraining order on the 29-year-old celebrity but these were later dropped.

In the second incident, Miller was arrested anew for an alleged assault that happened at a get-together in the Leilani Estates subdivision in lower Puna, CBR reported.

It was reported that Miller had reacted aggressively when he was being asked to leave the property. Further, the 29-year-old allegedly threw a chair that hit a 26-year-old woman. She suffered a half-inch cut on her forehead.

Miller left the premises at some point but was later located and arrested by authorities.

From there, more claims that Miller’s behavior had been happening on the set while filming “The Flash.”

Miller allegedly had frequent meltdowns although the emotional moments he had on set were reportedly non-violent.

"Ezra would get a thought in [their] head and say, 'I don't know what I'm doing,'" the insider said.

This sets the records straight following reports that Warner Bros. held a high-level emergency meeting concerning Miller’s future.

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