Unsafe Creator and star Issa Rae shares her thoughts on the recent controversies surrounding actor Ezra Miller. In a recent interview with Elle magazineRay has spoken highly of many aspects of the entertainment industry, including what Hollywood needs to do after the initial waves of the #MeToo movement. In particular, Ray cited the industry’s response to Miller’s various criminal offenses, including multiple arrests and allegations of physical assault, as a “microcopy of Hollywood”. Ray’s comments arrive just days after news that Warner Bros. Discovery is still moving forward with The Flash starring Miller amid these controversies, even recently working with the actor on a reshoot.
“It starts with my spine,” Ray explained. “Although I am not in favor of jumping to immediate conclusions and think it is perfectly fair to conduct investigations, I do think it is very important, as the mantra says, ‘listen to women.’ I’ll be real, the things that happen with Ezra Miller are, to me, an image A miniature of Hollywood.There is this repeat offender, who has been behaving horribly, and unlike shutting down and shutting down production, there is an effort to save the film an illusion.This is a clear example of how far Hollywood will go to save itself and protect the offenders.So, don’t do it, it has Women are able to thrive. They win. We have to live in fear of staying silent because it will ruin their careers. It’s just a persistent pattern of abuse that will only continue if Hollywood continues to insist that it be that way.”
In recent months, Miller has made headlines for a series of controversial off-screen behaviors, after they were initially arrested for disorderly behavior and harassment in Hawaii in late March. That same night, Miller allegedly broke into the couple’s bedroom window, stole several items from them, and threatened to burn them, resulting in a restraining order that was eventually dropped. Just hours before she was due to appear in court, Miller was arrested for an additional period in Hawaii on a second-degree assault charge after he threw a chair at a woman, severing half an inch in her head. Recently, the parents of 18-year-old Standing Rock activist, Tokata Iron Eyes, filed for protection against Miller, alleging that the actor preformed their tokata and supplied them with a high dose of LSD.
only a week later, Another parent in Massachusetts obtained a temporary restraining order against Miller, after it was reported that they displayed threatening behavior towards the now 12-year-old and brandished a gun at his mother. Miller then deleted his Instagram account after posting a series of messages about being in another world. Later reports accused Miller of housing the children in an unsafe environment on their Vermont farm. In August, Miller was charged with felony burglary after allegations of stealing alcohol from a residence.
Amid these adversities, reports indicated that Warner Bros. She was considering all the options on how to deal with it Sparkle Amid Miller’s controversies, including the possible cancellation of the entire film. In recent months, Miller released a statement confirming that they had begun undergoing treatment for their mental health, a decision Miller reportedly triggered by learning that the film could be canceled. According to sources familiar with a recent meeting between Miller and Warner Bros. co-chairs Michael De Luca and Pam Abdi, “They are interested in The Flash. It’s one of their favorite characters.”
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