I’ve just been sent some great images we had been missing! Ezra posed with his Sons of an Illustrious Father bandmates Josh Aubin and Lilah Larson for Indie Magazine earlier this month, and I have added the photoshoot to our gallery. Other additions have been made to sessions 05 and 06, and we also got two alternative covers of Ezra’s Wonderland issue, which you can see here. A huge thanks to ezramill-r.tumblr.com for sending all of these our way!

This, of course, made me realize we are severely lacking content related to SOAIF. I’ll rectify that as soon as possible!

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I’ve added a few missing photoshoots from the Justice League promotion to our gallery!

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Our gallery has been updated with Ezra’s photo sessions for Wonderland Magazine and Cinema Café.

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The first promotional image from FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD has been revealed! This is our first look at some of the newest additions to the cast, such as actress Zoe Kravitz, who appeared in a picture on the 1st movie, and Jude Law. The release date has been announced for November 16, 2017, exactly a year from now.

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A new interview of Ezra, Ray Fisher and Jason Momoa has been published by the Los Angeles Times! It features a new image of the trio, which we have uploaded to our photo gallery – you can see here.

Several years ago, on a Sunday evening, “Justice League” director Zack Snyder discovered a superhero in a not-so-unlikely place.

“We’re big ‘Game of Thrones’ fans,” explains Deborah Snyder, Zack’s wife and producing partner. “I remember Jason Momoa [as Dothraki chieftain Khal Drogo]. Zack was like, ‘Jason would be the perfect Aquaman.’ I was like, ‘It’s so out of the box. But yeah!’ He can be tough. And he feels like he comes from the water.”

DC and Warner Bros. announced Momoa as Arthur Curry, the Atlantean king and underwater hero, more than three years ago, planning to introduce him in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Although the three metahumans who join Batman and Wonder Woman in “Justice League” didn’t figure into the plot of the 2016 Superman sequel, the filmmakers wanted to give fans a glimpse of their upcoming versions of Aquaman, the Flash and Cyborg.

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