Michael Shannon Addresses 'The Flash' Costar Ezra Miller Controversy: 'It's Difficult to Talk About'

Michael Shannon discusses his position on the controversies surrounding his co-star Ezra Miller in The Flash.

While talking with Vanity Fair as of late about his profession and the forthcoming DC Studios film featuring Mill operator,

Shannon said he likes to "provide individuals with a ton of slack around here" when gotten some information about "the commotion around" The Blaze.

Shannon, 48, remarked about his costar, 30: "If you're talking about Ezra, I thought Ezra was lovely — very kind to me when I was there.

" It's hard to talk about, but I always give people a lot of room in this business because so many people are having problems. Additionally, some people enjoy greater privacy than others."

He continued, "I feel for them whenever someone is out in the spotlight getting picked on." It's still a terrible situation, even if justified."

In The Flash, Shannon reprises his Man of Steel role as General Zod, the antagonist. Ben Affleck and Michael Shannon are also in the cast of the movie.

In August, Miller, who uses the pronouns "they" and "them," offered an apology for their troubling behavior.

In recent months, the actor has received praise from both the film's director, Andy Muschietti, and another costar, Kiersey Clemons.


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