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Ezra Miller's Role Recast in 'Invincible' Amid Controversies

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Published on April 4, 2024


Ezra Miller, known for their roles in 'The Flash' and 'Fantastic Beasts,' has faced a tumultuous journey marked by controversies. Now, their character in the animated Amazon Prime Series, 'Invincible,' has undergone a quiet transformation.

The Troubled Star

Miller, who uses they/them pronouns, has been embroiled in allegations of assault, abuse, and grooming children. Their legal troubles include arrests for disorderly conduct and harassment. Despite these challenges, Miller expressed remorse for their past behavior and committed to seeking help for their complex mental issues.

The Role of D.A. Sinclair

In season one of 'Invincible,' Miller lent their voice to District Attorney Sinclair, a mad scientist responsible for transforming humans into robots known as ReAnimen. However, in season two, a subtle change occurred: Eric Bauza now voices Sinclair, replacing Miller.

Invincible: A Skybound/Image Comic Adaptation

'Invincible,' based on the Skybound/Image comic, follows teenager Mark Grayson, who discovers that his father is the most powerful superhero on Earth. The show reunites creator Robert Kirkman with actors Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, and Michael Cudlitz.

Director's Support

Despite calls for Miller's removal from the 2023 superhero film 'The Flash,' director Andy Muschietti stood by the actor. Muschietti emphasized empathy and the importance of addressing mental health issues, supporting Miller's ongoing recovery.


As controversies swirl around Ezra Miller, their role in 'Invincible' serves as a testament to the complexities of fame, personal struggles, and artistic choices.

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