After Ezra Miller's recent behavior, Warner Bros. is considering scrapping “The Flash” as a last resort.

Scrapping the film would risk the studio losing over $200 million and affect other actors.

Their recent arrest for burglary was their third arrest in the past year.

They were also arrested in March for disorderly conduct at a bar and throwing a chair at a woman.

They also got into trouble with minors and housed a woman and her kids under bad conditions.

The studio also considered asking them to seek help appearing in an interview.

They also considered releasing the film while keeping Miller from any major role in publicity and marketing.

Releasing the film would also mark Miller’s last role as “The Flash.”

Warner Bros. CEO David Zaslav previously expressed how much he loved “The Flash” and was criticized for still promoting it.