Ezra Miller exercised a damage control.
Star Justice League, 29, who used their pronouns, held a meeting on Wednesday at Warner Bros. Lot in Burbank, California, about maintaining their upcoming DCEU entry on the track for the premiere of June 2023, according to The Hollywood Reporterhwood.
During a positive meeting, according to the THR including CAA Miller Scott Metzger and Warner Bros. agents. The film chair Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy, the actor convinced their commitment to the franchise and apologized for attracting negative attention to the film.
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A representative for Miller did not immediately respond to people’s requests to comment; Representatives for Warner Bros have no comments.
Gary Rosen, a crisis management PR expert, previously told people that Warner Bros was likely to take the “Wait-and-see” approach for the premiere of the film, because the estimated DC $ 200 million project had completed film making.