There have been calls for Page to replace Miller.
Barbara Muschietti said that The Flash is going to “restart everything” with past DC characters.
DC comic fans want the main role to be reestablished.
Rather than Ezra Miller taking on their most memorable independent film as a hero in the activity experience, calls are working for The Umbrella Academy’s Elliot Page to take on the job all things being equal.
Miller has been at the center of controversy. They were arrested by Hawaii Police on two separate occasions.
The 29-year-old actor lunged at a man playing darts after grabbing a microphone and yelling obscenities at patrons at the bar.
They were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and harassment.
They were arrested for second-degree assault on April 19, 2022, when they allegedly threw a chair at a woman, hitting her on the head.
Hawaii Police Department stated, “During the course of their investigation, police determined that the individual, later identified as Ezra Miller, became irate after being asked to leave and reportedly threw a chair, striking a 26-year-old female on the forehead, resulting in an approximate half-inch cut.”
A temporary harassment protection order was placed against the actor after he was arrested and later released.
The 12-year-old child and their mother were granted the order last month, who are reported to be neighbors of the actor and have been accused of being under the influence.
The scandal which currently enshrouds them has led to calls for Miller to be replaced.
As for their replacement? Many think that Elliot Page is the perfect choice to play Barry Allen (The Flash).
One user tweeted, “Just want to take this moment to say Elliot Page would make a great Barry Allen, in case there’s ever a need to, you know, cast a new Flash, for whatever reason.”
Elliot Page to replace Ezra Miller as Barry Allen in the DCEU pic.twitter.com/Ds1vuUrBMS
— 🏳️🌈⃤ (@MadsTweetedThis) July 4, 2022
I feel like some people are just fancasting Elliot Page as The Flash because they like him and wanna get rid of Ezra Miller. But I genuinely think he could pull it off. pic.twitter.com/iVm13PCv60
— Amy 🏳️⚧️ (@comicsAmy) July 4, 2022
Elliot Page should replace Ezra Miller as Barry Allen/The Flash pic.twitter.com/XvczRDNIuF
— Secrets of Dumbledore▕⃝⃤ /*🪄✨🧙♂️⚡️👓🧳 🐍💚 (@_Potter_Head_21) July 5, 2022
“The casting we never knew we needed,” another said.
A third commented, “I’d take Elliot Page over Ezra Miller for the flash 8 days a week.
“Hell, if they decide it’s worthwhile to make another fantastic beasts movie (seems doubtful at this point) have Page replace Miller as Aurelius as well. Why not.”
Just want to take this moment to say Elliot Page would make a great Barry Allen, in case there's ever a need to, you know, cast a new Flash, for whatever reason. pic.twitter.com/61zGO2GKp1
— Lissete Lanuza Sáenz ✨ (@lizziethat) July 5, 2022
Wheremst do I submit my hot take that Elliot Page should replace Ezra Miller as The Flash?
— Kelsey Krippaehne (@krippopotamus) June 30, 2022
“Saw someone mention that The Flash should be recast as Elliot Paige earlier and now I’m obsessed with the idea.
“Not only does it keep a genderqueer actor in the role, but Elliot’s no stranger to superhero outings (X-Men and Umbrella Academy), and is all-around great.
“Need this,” a final resolved.
Saw someone mention that The Flash should be recast as Elliot Paige earlier and now I'm obsessed with the idea.
Not only does it keep a genderqueer actor in the role, but Elliot's no stranger to superhero outings (X-Men and Umbrella Academy), and is all atound great.
Need this. pic.twitter.com/ar6ugQSXUI
— Watchtower Database (@dcauwatchtower) July 3, 2022
Some of their fans didn’t agree that they should be cast as The Flash.
“I’d prefer Elliot Page over Ezra Miller any day of the week! But…if I had a list of 10 actors to play the flash he would not be on it,” one said.
Another wrote: “I love Elliot Page, he’s my King but no. You guys are just trying to find an Ezra Miller look-a-like and he deserves better than that.
“Also, the DCEU doesn’t deserve him. Have a good night!”