How Ezra Miller Allegedly Disrupted Production On Stephen King’s The Stand

Over the last several months, Ezra Miller has received a lot of press not as much for their professional endeavors, including playing The Flash in the DC Extended Universe, but for the controversies surrounding their personal life. This has ranged from being arrested multiple times in Hawaii, to having an order of protection issued against them over his relationship with activist Tokata Iron Eyes, to taking in a woman and her three children to live on the actor’s farm in Vermont, which allegedly has guns lying all over the place and is home to unlicensed marijuana cultivation. Now new information has come to light claiming how Miller allegedly disrupted production on Stephen King’s The Stand.

Ezra Miller appeared in the 2020 miniseries (which can be watched with a Paramount+ subscription) as Trashcan Man, one of the minions of Alexander Skarsgård’s Randall Flagg. An extra from The Stand named Kevin Armstrong spoke with Business Insider (via CBR) about their time around Miller on the miniseries based on the popular Stephen King novel, alleging that the actor frequently spat and screamed at people during takes to get a rise out of them. Armstrong also claimed that Miller once told the following offensive joke:

It was something to the effect of: A Jew, a Black man, and a gay man walk into a bar, and the bartender said, ‘Hey, what are you doing here? You don’t belong here.’

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