Ezra Miller "Stoked" To Be The Flash


Ezra Miller is one of the stars of the new film, The Stanford Prison Experiment, which is based on a real experiment in 1971 that pitted student against student as some were prisoners and the others were guards. It revealed how power corrupts, even during a roleplaying experiment.

It was shown at the Sundance Film Festival and HitFix caught up with Miller to asked him how he felt about the job security he now has as The Flash in the DC Comics cinematic universe. "It's a mixed bag," Ezra told them. "I'm going to say I feel really happy about it. In one way, the idea of it that I actually have a steady job in my life is actually incredibly comforting. Something I didn't necessarily think I would have. And of course there are the like moments of responsibility dodging adolescent me that dwells inside that is like, 'No! I don't want to,' but that's a very small part. At this point, that's a diminishing voice, and every time I think of that reality it makes me extremely happy. I am really stoked! I would do it for forty years. That contract could have said anything."   

As far as we know, Ezra won't appear as the Scarlet Speedster in Zack Snyer's Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, but we should see plenty of him in Justice League: Part 1, which opens November 23, 2017.

The Flash will get his first solo film March 23, 2018.