The complete video of the JUSTICE LEAGUE London press conference has been shared by Collider! We added these images to our gallery as a “press junket”, as some of the photographers were calling the event. You’ll find them here, and you can watch the panel below.

As expected, there wasn’t really any new information about the film that the cast could reveal in the press conference, but there are definitely some funny moments in this. Ben Affleck clarified that the cast couldn’t take their cellphones on set with them, and Ezra said they’d get “tackled” if they tried to take sneaky selfies in costume. Ezra admitted he stole some things from the Batcave, as did Jason Momoa, and also stated that “Henry [Cavill] looks great in dream sequences, and as a corpse”.

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Ezra attended a press conference for JUSTICE LEAGUE in London a couple of days ago, and our gallery has been updated with some portraits taken at the event.

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Our gallery has been updated with images of Ezra at the JUSTICE LEAGUE press junket in London! A huge thanks to Aurélie, from gal-gadot.us, for sending them our way.

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Ezra attended a photocall for the film JUSTICE LEAGUE in London earlier today! He should be heading to a press junket right after, so we’re probably getting new interviews very soon!

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Ezra is on the cover of this month’s Interview Magazine! He was interviewed by Erykah Badu, a Grammy Award-Winning musician, record producer and actress. Their conversation is very thoughtful and definitely worth the read.

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In an industry not known for being overly cerebral, Ezra Miller has emerged as the first millennial superhero, and a bona fide star. While his early roles were tinged with adolescent turmoil, the 25-year-old actor with heart-jolting good looks is now a member of the world of DC Comics, where he has played, over the course of three films, Barry Allen, a.k.a. the Flash. Despite the part’s mainstream cachet, Miller is still very much a nonconformist. When he took the role, beginning with 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Miller, who identifies as queer, became the first openly LGBTQ actor to be cast as a lead character in a major superhero franchise.

Miller studied opera as a child. After dropping out of his New Jersey high school to pursue acting, he landed his first job in the angsty indie Afterschool (2008) at 16, as a disaffected boarding school student. He gained widespread attention for his performance as the sociopathic son of Tilda Swinton’s character in 2011’s We Need to Talk About Kevin. More high- profile projects followed: The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012), the Amy Schumer–penned Trainwreck (2015), and the Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016). He also hasn’t totally shed his musical past—when not saving the world on-screen, he plays in the three-piece “genre queer” rock band Sons of an Illustrious Father.

Ahead of his return to the DC Universe in this month’s star-studded Justice League, Miller spoke with another singular thinker and artist: singer-songwriter Erykah Badu. What follows, if you can follow, is a conversation about ancient Egyptian healing, the physics of love, and the superhuman powers of everyday people.

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