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According to a report, “The Flash”, starring Ezra Miller, is still going ahead despite the actor’s recent scandals and several arrests.

Per Variety, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav said he is “very excited” for the upcoming film, which has a June 2023 release date.

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“We’ve seen ‘The Flash,’ ‘Black Adam,’ and ‘Shazam 2,'” Zaslav said.

“We are very excited about them,” he said. “We’ve seen them. We think they’re awesome, and we think we can make them even better.”

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Warner Bros. Discovery did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

Miller has been at the center of controversy for the past several months. The actor was arrested several times in Hawaii for disorderly conduct and assault. Miller was also accused of allegedly “grooming” 18-year-old activist Toccata Iron Eyes, since she was 12, “cult-like and psychologically manipulative, controlling behaviour. ”

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Court documents filed by her parents in June showed the couple petitioned the court to file a restraining order against Miller, calling the 29-year-old “physically and emotionally abusive” towards their daughter. .

The “Flash” news comes shortly after Warner Bros. canceled the franchise’s sister film, “Batgirl.”

A Warner Bros. spokesperson confirmed that the DC Comics film was being nixed after its budget reportedly exceeded $90 million amid COVID-19 delays and related shutdowns.

Miller was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and harassment in Hawaii.

“The decision not to release ‘Batgirl’ reflects a strategic change in our leadership as it relates to the DC universe and HBO Max,” a Warner Bros. spokesperson said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Zaslav reportedly defended the company’s decision to cancel the Sister film. He said, “We are not going to launch a film until it is ready. We are not going to launch a film to make a quarter, and unless we believe in it, then Till then we are not going to put a film.”

Leslie Grace, who was slated to play Barbara Gordon in “Batgirl,” took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared a series of film images and footage from the set of the nearly $100 million superhero film, beginning with With the caption, “Querida Familia!” – Meaning “Dear family!” in Spanish.

The "Flash" news comes shortly after Warner Bros. nixed the franchise

“Following the recent news about our film ‘Batgirl’, I am proud of the love, hard work and intention of all our incredible cast and tireless crew that has been put into this film over 7 months in Scotland,” Grace wrote.

He continued to say how “blessed” he felt to be working with an incredible team on the project, and added a special note to all “Batgirl” fans: “To every Batgirl fan – thank you for the love and trust, Give me permission to take on the cape and become, as Babs best said, “My own hero!” #BatGirl for life!

Fox News’ Stephanie Jiang-Ponnon contributed to this report.