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    Ezra Miller on how his The Flash will differ from The CW’s version

    Soon there will be two Barry Allens.

    There’s the one we know well, played by Grant Gustin on The CW’s The Flash.

    And there’s the one we know basically nothing about, to be played by Ezra Miller in Zach Synder’s upcoming Justice League movie (and very possibly making a cameo in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice).

    We spoke to Miller on the set of one his other upcoming films — the Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, where he plays the mysterious son of an anti-wizard crusader — and we asked how his version of The Flash will be different than previous versions we’ve seen. The actor didn’t reveal anything specific but gave us the impression of a more flawed character.

    “Well, [first] it’s going to be a movie,” he said. “I’d like for it to be an exploration of a human being, a multi-dimensional human being, to speak.” Miller pauses. “Wow, I just made such a pun, without meaning to!” he says, referring to The Flash’s parallel universe storyline in the comics. Miller continues: “I’d like the character to have many dimensions. But really, I’d like him to have the usual dimensions we know and love, and then some extra ones that are part of the amazing consideration of this superhero. I hope to realize him as a person, and I think what’s most exciting for me in superhero mythologies is when we feel the humanity of someone who is heroic — or the heroism of someone who is a flawed, deeply human person.”

    Miller had arcs on Californication and Royal Pains, then appeared in films The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Trainwreck.

    After Miller was cast as Allen, The CW’s Arrow star Stephen Amell gave the opinon that The Flash star Grant Gustin should have been cast in the big-screen version instead — while also noting that the DC universe is big enough for the both of them (and if it isn’t, well … there’s always more universes) {ew.com/}

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  • Ezra in Talks for ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’!

    EDIT: Ezra is now listed on the official IMDB as Kredan. “We are not sure whether or not Kredan is for or against Newt, though he joins the number of witches and wizards Newt will bump into in New York.” – TLC

    Ezra Miller Eyes ‘Harry Potter’ Spinoff ‘Fantastic Beasts’

    Already a part of Warner Bros.’ DC universe as the Flash, Ezra Miller looks to have found his way into the studio’s other major franchise for the foreseeable future.

    Sources tell Variety that Miller is in early talks for the role of Kredan in Warner Bros.’ upcoming “Harry Potter” spinoff, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” starring Eddie Redmayne.

    Warner bros. had no comment on the casting.

    It is unknown how close the two sides are on closing a deal, but sources add that Miller has always been the favorite and emerged in the last week as the choice for the role.

    Set in New York roughly seven decades before Harry Potter’s saga starts, “Fantastic Beasts” is based on the Hogwarts textbook of the same name and follows the adventures of its author, Newt Scamander. Scamander is described as a “magiczoologist,” which in the “Harry Potter” realm is a person who studies magical creatures. Besides Scamander, there are four other main roles — two American girls and two American boys — that the studio is looking to cast.

    David Heyman produces, with J.K. Rowling penning the script. David Yates will direct.

    “Although it will be set in the worldwide community of witches and wizards where I was so happy for 17 years, ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ is neither a prequel nor a sequel to the ‘Harry Potter’ series but an extension of the wizarding world,” Rowling explained.

    In the story, Kredan is a person with magical powers who encounters magizoologist Newt Scamander (Redmayne) when he stops in New York City on his travels to find and document magical creatures.

    Katherine Waterston is already on board for the role of Tina.

    Two pivotal roles in the film have yet to be cast: Queenie, Tina’s younger sister, and Jacob, a rival of Scamander’s.

    Sources tell Variety that Alison Sudol is Yates’ choice for the role of Queenie, though insiders add no actor has been cast and no offer has been made for that role and that the studio may still be considering an actress who’s more established. As for Jacob, sources say Josh Gad and Michael Cera are meeting with execs next week to see who will take the role of Scamander’s rival.

    After star-making roles in “We Need to Talk About Kevin” and “Perks of Being a Wallflower,” Miller is now ready to make the next step following the studio’s announcement that he will be playing the Flash in the DC universe, making his debut in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

    Miller was most recently seen in “The Stanford Prison Experiment” and also has Universal’s “Trainwreck” coming out next month. He is repped by Paradigm and Hamilton Hodell and Peikoff Mahan.

    The film is set to bow on Nov. 18, 2016. {variety.com}