19 September 2018Magazine Scans

Ezra’s band, Sons of an Illustrious Father, is on the September cover of The Radical! The issue features great pictures of the trio, and we’ve updated our photogallery with the scans. Magazine Scans > 2018 > The Radical

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29 July 2018Photo Gallery, Photo Sessions

Ezra Miller was photographed by JDZ Chung for GQ Korea and I have added the outtakes on our gallery. Check them out: – Photo Sessions > 2018 > Session 05

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22 July 2018Fantastic Beasts, Film Productions, Photo Gallery, Public Appearances

Yesterday Ezra Miller attended the Warner Bros. Panel for FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD at San Diego Comic-Con. Ezra was dressed as Toadette, a character from Super Mario Game Series, and you can check all the pictures on our gallery: – Public Appearances > 2018 > Jul 21 | SDCC: ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ Panel – Public Appearances > 2018 > Jul 21 | SiriusXM – Public

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15 June 2018Interviews, Photo Gallery, Photo Sessions, Sons of an Illustrious Father

Ezra Miller and his band, Sons of an Illustrious Father, was interviewed by Kyle Buchanan for Vulture. Check the full interview below: Few of the sloths that end up at the La Brea Tar Pits could be called lucky, given how many of them perished there in prehistoric sludge. Still, the sloth that Ezra Miller is examining looks awfully happy. It is stuffed, smiling, and hangs from a pole in

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15 June 2018Ezra Miller Fan, Interviews, Photo Gallery, Photo Sessions, Press Archive, Sons of an Illustrious Father

Sons Of An Illustrious Father was interviewed by Anna Ondrakova-Peluola for Flaunt Magazine, and you can check the full interview below: “We were very much unsupervised with a bunch of equipment…” Ezra Miller is telling me about the upcoming record from Sons of an Illustrious Father, the band for which he is a vocalist, multi- instrumentalist, and songwriter. It’s fantastically titled—Deus Sex Machina: Or, Moving Slowly Beyond Nikola Tesla—and set

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