Jason Momoa Shows His Support For Ezra Miller's "The Flash" Movie
Jason Momoa, who stars as Aquaman in the DC Universe, is showing his support for his friend and colleague Ezra Miller, who stars as Barry Allen in The Flash. Momoa and Miller first worked together on the 2017 Justice League movie.
To promote the upcoming Flash movie, Momoa shared the new trailer on Instagram, accompanying it with an affectionate caption for Miller. The Flash movie, directed by Andy Muschietti, is said to be loosely adapting the iconic DC Comics Flashpoint event.
In the comics, this event includes a war between Themyscira and Atlantis, but this plot point is not featured in the movie, as evidenced by the Super Bowl trailer. In The Flash, Barry Allen chooses to be in a timeline where his mother is alive.
It is unclear if Momoa and Miller will reprise their respective roles in the movie, as the DC Universe is undergoing a revitalization. It is possible that they will still be in the movie, if only for one scene.
Although Momoa was rumored to have a role in The Flash, reports of this have since been unsubstantiated. Additionally, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot's reported scenes as Superman and Wonder Woman were cut from the movie, indicating that Momoa's potential connection to Gadot's character also meant that his part was removed.
Although this decision might not be popular with fans, the movie still looks to be an exciting one, as the trailer showcased its use of the multiverse and the introduction of new characters like Sasha Calle's Supergirl.
"I'm so excited and proud of this movie. Love you, Ezra can't wait to see this aloha j"
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This support is important because Ezra is facing child grooming accusations and charges. Child grooming is a type of predatory behavior that involves forming an emotional connection with a minor under the age of consent and sometimes their family in order to gain their trust and lower their inhibitions with the intention of exploiting them sexually.
It can also be used to entice minors into illegal activities such as child trafficking, child prostitution, cybersex trafficking, or the creation of child pornography.
They were friends before becoming stars
Is it just a publicity stunt?
Ezra Miller has recently spoken out and issued an official apology in response to numerous serious allegations of grooming, abuse, and assault. In June, two families were granted restraining orders against the 29-year-old actor, claiming he had acted inappropriately towards their 12-year-old non-binary child.
Additionally, Miller was arrested in March for allegedly assaulting a woman with a chair in Hawaii. Furthermore, Rolling Stone reported that Miller was housing three young children on a farm with access to guns.
Lastly, Miller and 18-year-old activist Tokata Iron Eyes were recently on the run and unable to be tracked. In the wake of this, the actor has announced that they have started to seek treatment for their "complex mental health issues."
Should friends always support friends? What do you think?