Fans are excited to see Elliot Page in Flash and say it’s ‘perfect’ to replace Ezra Miller.

The continued support that trans actor Elliott Page received after being harassed by right-wing broadcaster Jordan Peterson has prompted calls to replace Ezra Miller in the upcoming Flash film.

The Canadian professor left Page, falsely claiming that Page had “breasts removed by a detective doctor”. As a result, Peterson’s Twitter account was suspended, and he later reiterated his criticism of the Umbrella Academy star.

Since then, the page has received tremendous support, especially since Twitter allowed Peterson’s deceased name to go viral as a result of his post.

Flash movie coming out next year

One of the most delayed Hollywood movies is The Flash. The DC Extended Universe superhero movie now has a release date of June 23, 2023, after numerous delays and script modifications.

The film’s initial release date was set for June 2022, but has been pushed back to November. The aftermath and delay of COVID-19 were cited as the cause.

Warner Bros. has changed the release date to 2023 after reports surfaced that Ezra Miller was detained for harassment and disorderly conduct. Despite allegations, the director admitted that she had no plans to reschedule the role.

Where is Ezra Miller?

A 29-year-old man was detained in Hawaii at the end of March on charges of disorderly conduct and harassment. According to TMZ, the star “obviously spewed pornography” and also caught a young woman.

The actor was accused of molesting his daughter for years by the parents of an 18-year-old activist. Parents have requested a protective order against them.

Elliott Page
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This year, Miller faced many well-known problems, including allegations of “eye grooming”. This significantly delayed the release of the 2023 film, which also starred Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck, but many believe that having Page play the red-haired speedster is the perfect solution to the problems facing production. I believe this will be.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the School of Mass Communication at KIIT Deemed University in Bhubaneswar.

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