6 November 2018Interviews, Videos

The press for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Gridelwald is going strong, and Ezra has taken part on press junket interviews in the past week. We’ve gathered some of them in this post, and we’ll make new ones for other videos as they come out.

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5 November 2018Interviews, Photo Sessions

Ezra is on the cover of GQ Style! The new issue celebrates the Holiday 2018 season, and it features a new interview in which Ezra talks about art, style, his band Sons of an Illustrious Father and his upcoming movie Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Gridelwald. All of that while he delivers the babies of one of his goats, Noisette. You can read it all below, or on GQ Style’s

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15 October 2018Interviews, Videos

Entertainment Weekly asked the cats of FANTASTIC BEASTS which was their favorite magical saying. Ezra was paired with Zoe Kravitz to answer the question, and the result was very sweet. You can watch the video below.

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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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