The trailer for The Flash has finally arrived, but as much as DC has put on a brave face with Star Ezra Miller's controversies, the first reactions are tied to Miller's previous actions.
The first look at The Flash has a lot to like: interesting color choices, a clear and engaging narrative, and returning established actors from different timelines, as well as complete newcomers. Miller has faced many incidents in the last few years.
Warner Bros. and DC agreed to continue filming Miller as the titular lead, but the fans aren't convinced yet, as accusations of boycotts continue for The Flash. Using Miller as a prominent figure seems like an odd choice, and while the film appears to be excellent, everyone can only talk about them and their poor behavior.
There have been months of discussions about Miller and whether or not the film should have been allowed to be released. While it would have conceivable resulted in Warner Bros. being completely bankrupt. They are now just morally bankrupt.
The Flash is meant to be the start of this new vision and also the end of the old Zack Snyder vision for the retired DCEU, but The Flash, bones aside, is a shambles of a film for Warner Bros., and they likely know it.
When The Flash comes out, memes will flow in, especially when Warner Bros. must organize press junkets, and whether or not they can even send Miller to do them. Regardless, The Flash will be released on June 16 and will remain a discourse catastrophe.