After months of staying out of the spotlight, actor, cult leader, and cartoon villain incarnate Ezra Miller has emerged from their underground bunker beneath the Warner Bros.’ lot, hitting the red carpet at the premiere of their long-awaited movie-that-almost-wasn’t, The Flash.
Marking their first public appearance in almost two years, Miller was on their best behavior during the premiere on Monday, June 12, managing to refrain from their (allegedly) beloved pastimes of kidnapping, choking, burglarizing, and cryptically engaging with the Klu Klux Klan as they strutted their stuff outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
Though the embroiled star remained largely tight-lipped on their highly-publicized reign of terror – notably snubbing the state of Hawaii of a much-deserved apology – they addressed the crowd prior to the film, per Variety, acknowledging DC Studio's overlords James Gunn and Peter Safran and Warner Bros for their "grace and discernment and care in the context of my life. And in bringing this moment to fruition."
Miller also thanked The Flash director Andrés Muschietti, describing his work as “monumental.”
"I just want to say that I love you, maestro — I think you are amazing,” they quipped.
Though it's unclear what the future may hold for Miller and the DC universe, one thing is certain – let’s hope any sequels are set far, far away from the Aloha State.