The Stand Ezra Miller

Here’s a surprise: you know that upcoming miniseries adaptation of The Stand? The one that premieres next month? Well, it turns out that Ezra Miller has a part in it, and it’s been kept a secret all this time. Miller is playing The Trashcan Man, a schizophrenic pyromaniac who is drawn towards Randall Flagg, the evil supernatural figure who rises up in the wake of an apocalyptic plague. Matt Frewer played the character in the 1994 miniseries adaptation of the Stephen King novel.

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Justice League Reshoots Footage Length

When news of Zack Snyder‘s cut of Justice League coming to HBO Max was first announced, it was said that the director wouldn’t be bringing back any cast members to shoot new scenes. But the streaming service changed their mind as we learned back in September that Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, and Ray Fisher would be coming back as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Cyborg to shoot footage for the director’s cut of the DC Comics superhero movie. That made us think the reshoots would be fairly substantial, but according to Zack Snyder himself, the reshoots will only add four minutes or five minutes of new footage. Read More »

Zack Snyder's Justice League DC FanDome Panel

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, watch the full DC FanDome panel for HBO Max’s upcoming release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Plus, get a look behind the scenes of the choreography and planning for the stunts in the third season of Stranger Things, and find out how to draw The Lion King‘s flatulent warthog hero Pumbaa. Read More »

The Flash DC FanDome

The Flash has been the subject of two television shows, multiple video games, and several movie appearances over the years, but the Scarlet Speedster has not received a solo live-action film…yet. That’s about to change in 2022 with Warner Bros.’ The Flash, which will see It and It Chapter Two director Andy Muschietti put the spotlight directly on Ezra Miller‘s socially awkward iteration of Barry Allen.

At DC FanDome today, Andy was joined by his sister and producer Barbara Muschietti, writer Christina Hodson, and Miller himself to talk about the future of this character, who we haven’t seen since his goofy appearance in 2017’s Justice League. Here’s everything you need to know about The Flash DC FanDome panel. Read More »

crisis on infinite earths ezra miller

The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover just got a whole lot bigger. The multiverse-spanning crossover event, which was the Arrowverse’s most ambitious enterprise yet, had already pulled off cameos from beloved TV properties like Smallville, Batman: The Animated Series, and had Brandon Routh pulling double duty as a Kingdom Come-inspired Superman. However, last night’s finale brought in a cameo that drew a connection between the TV Arrowverse and the films’ DC Extended Universe.

Spoilers ahead for The Flash and Crisis on Infinite Earths.

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the flash director

Andy Muschietti may be busy promoting IT Chapter Two at the moment, but the filmmaker was quick to confirm that he is officially the new The Flash director. Muschietti had been reported to be in talks to helm the film last month, but the It director has now confirmed his involvement in the Ezra Miller-led superhero movie.

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the flash script

The Flash‘s long and troubled race to the big screen could be cut short. Warner Bros. finds itself at an impasse between star and directors as Ezra Miller, who stole the scenes as the Scarlet Speedster in Batman v. Superman and Justice League, is teaming up with DC Comics guru Grant Morrison to pen his own The Flash script, in direct competition with directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. And with Miller’s holding deal on The Flash soon to reportedly expire, this might be the last we see of Miller’s version of The Flash.

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the flash movie update

The DC film universe over at Warner Bros. is in a constant state of flux, and it’s safe to say that the original plan for a series of interconnected films has gone out the window. The Snyderverse, as it was unofficially known, is dead, and DC and WB are now more focused on getting individual films right rather than emulating the Marvel model.

So where does that leave the superheroes that were already set up in Zack Snyder’s films? Both Aquaman and Wonder Woman have gone on to their own successful films. Henry Cavill’s Superman is presumed gone. Ben Affleck is no longer Batman. And be honest: we all knew the Cyborg movie would never happen. But what about The Flash, played memorably by Ezra Miller? Is The Flash movie still happening? Miller certainly thinks it is! And he says that the story involves a “speedster multiverse.”

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the mourner cast

Ezra Miller is keeping busy. While his two big blockbuster franchises have crawled to a halt, the Fantastic Beasts and Justice League actor is signing on to star in an intriguing indie project based on a Japanese novel Arata Tendo. Miller has signed on to lead The Mourner, an emotional drama film directed by Casper Kiriya (Casshern).

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Crimes of Grindelwald Twist

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald ends with a whopper of a twist – a twist that many fans aren’t so sure about. For one thing, it ignores well-established Harry Potter history. Could it be a fake-out? A trick that the movie is playing on audiences? According to Ezra Miller, who plays a big part in the twist, it’s the real deal.

Read Miller’s thoughts on the Crimes of Grindelwald twist below – and of course, beware of spoilers.

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