Ezra Miller’s ‘Invincible’ Role Recast Amid Troubled Star’s Numerous Controversies

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Ezra Miller’s ‘Invincible’ Role Recast Amid Troubled: Prime Video’s animated series “Invincible” seems to have replaced Ezra Miller, who was embroiled in a string of scandals, as D.A. Sinclair’s voice.

Sinclair, who was shown as a disturbed scientist, met his end in the pilot episode. But in the March 28 episode of the second season, “I’m Not Going Anywhere,” he made a brief return for a scene.

Actor Eric Bauza, who has been in several animated features including “X-Men ’97,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” and “Rick and Morty,” supposedly filled in for Miller as Sinclair in this episode.

When HuffPost reached out to Miller and Prime Video for comment, no one got back to them right away.

Following her involvement in many scandals, Miller, who is due to star in Warner Bros.’ 2023 picture “The Flash,” came under criticism.

A video of the actor—who uses they/them pronouns and identifies as nonbinary—appearing to choke a female fan outside of a club in Reykjavik, Iceland, surfaced in April 2020, drawing controversy.

In the years that followed, Miller was wanted on several allegations of assault and disorderly behavior. They apologised and declared in August 2022 that they were getting help for “complex mental health issues.

“Having recently gone through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment,” Miller said at the time to Variety.

My previous actions have caused alarm and distress, and for that I am truly sorry. I will not rest until I return to a place in my life where I am well, protected, and able to contribute.

This month, following a four-month break, new episodes of “Invincible” Season 2, Part 2 were released, featuring performers such as Sandra Oh, Steven Yeun, Seth Rogen, and J.K. Simmons. In November of last year, the first half of the season debuted.


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