One-Time FLASH Movie Director John Francis Daley Seemingly References Ezra Miller Choking Incident

One-Time FLASH Movie Director John Francis Daley Seemingly References Ezra Miller Choking Incident

Yesterday, a video surfaced of actor Ezra Miller grabbing a fan by the throat, and now the director who was once attached to The Flash movie appears to have referenced his behavior in a Tweet...

Back in January of 2018, it was announced that Game Night directors and Spider-Man: Homecoming writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein were in negotiations to helm The Flash (then known as "Flashpoint") for Warner Bros.

Not long after we got word that the duo had left the project due to "creative differences," and there were reports that star Ezra Miller couldn't get on board with the filmmakers vision for the movie.

Yesterday, video footage surfaced online showing Miller grabbing a female fan by the throat and dragging her to the ground. Later that same day, Daley sent out the following Tweet.

Coincidence? Possibly - but many have taken this as a direct reference to Miller's behavior, and an indication that the actor's attitude may have played a role in Daley deciding to walk away from The Flash.

There's no way of knowing for sure and Daley hasn't followed up with any kind of clarification, but the timing and implications of his Tweet are definitely difficult to dismiss outright.

What do you guys think? Is Daley taking a shot at Miller, or are people reading too much into this? Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments down below.

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