Ezra Miller is an American actor and musician known for his roles in movies like "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," and most recently, "The Flash". However, his recent project has arrived at a rather critical moment for both him and the studio he's working with.

"The Flash" is set to be the latest superhero film release from DC Studios, arriving at a time of significant change for the company. With the recent departure of some prominent executives and the restructuring of the studio's leadership, there is a lot riding on this latest installment in their cinematic universe.

However, Miller's involvement in the project has also brought along a string of legal controversies. In 2020, he was captured in a viral video appearing to choke a woman and throw her to the ground. The footage resulted in significant backlash from fans and calls for his removal from "The Flash".

Since then, Miller has been on damage control, apologizing for the incident and working to improve his behavior. However, the controversy hasn't entirely gone away, and it continues to be a black mark on his personal and professional life.

Despite these challenges, Miller remains a talented actor with a promising future ahead of him.