Ezra Miller demanded Susan Sarandon pay tribute at a Flash altar

Ezra Miller Susan Sarandon

Hey, anybody know what Ezra Miller has been up to? Oh, wow, really? Well, let’s add one more story to the pot while we’re here. This one involves actress Susan Sarandon–didn’t see that one coming, did ya?

According to a new Vanity Fair profile on Flash star Ezra Miller, a recent snub from the Academy Award-winning actress led to a particularly odd request. As per a friend of Ezra Miller’s, “Ezra freaked out recently…demanding that Susan Sarandon come pay tribute to his altar because she didn’t invite Ezra to a dinner party.”

This altar at Ezra Miller’s Vermont home supposedly “contains an altar that’s home to bullets, weed, sage, and Flash figurines.” And, who knew, the babe from Bull Durham is buddies with the next Messiah!

Ezra Miller has been the source of numerous incidents. These include physical abuse, stealing, breaking into homes, and more. There are also reports of Ezra Miller having access to flamethrowers and AK-47s, like the actor is auditioning to play a Quentin Tarantino character or something.

Despite issues, Warner Bros. is still moving forward with 2023’s The Flash, in which Miller will reprise their role of Barry Allen/The Flash. Mary Harron, who directed Miller in the upcoming Dalíland, spoke positively of Miller, saying, “They were very professional and nice to everybody…There was no trouble or a sign of trouble on set.” And this is coming from a lady who worked with Christian Bale!

Just last month, Ezra Miller did express remorse for all this, stating, “Having recently gone through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment.” According to their rep, “They are taking their therapy and treatment very seriously.”

What do you think of this latest development in the Ezra Miller saga? Do you think Miller will have much of a career going forward? Let us know in the comments!

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