Ezra Miller has returned to attend the premiere of “The Flash” alongside the enormous elephant within the room. The actor made a uncommon public look on the DC movie’s premiere on Monday night time after sustaining a low profile since final 12 months on account of a string of felony allegations. Miller looked stoic on the crimson carpet and spoke briefly within the theater. “I like you, maestro,” Miller advised director Andy Muschietti, per Deadline. “I feel you are wonderful, and I feel your work is monumental.” Miller additionally thanked DC Studios Co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran for his or her “grace and discernment and care within the context of my life and in bringing this second to fruition.” There was a time when it appeared like “The Flash” won’t even come out after Miller, who performs the title character, confronted allegations of assault, grooming, and extra in 2022. Given all that, Miller is usually sitting out press. In opposition to all odds, the movie hits theaters this Friday.