A new interview of Ezra talking about JUSTICE LEAGUE has been released! He explains where we find Barry in the beginning of the film, how he felt working with the rest of the team and what makes The Flash such an interesting character.

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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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Ezra is going to be at San Diego Comic Con! We’ve all been wondering this for months, but Warner Bros. has just confirmed a panel for JUSTICE LEAGUE at the event, which will include Ezra, Jason Momoa, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher – no word on Henry Cavill, but director Joss Whedon has stated he won’t be able to attend. According to Deadline, the network’s presentation will begin at 11:30am PT/2:30 pm ET on Saturday, July 22.

The first two days of the San Diego Comic-Con schedule have felt a little light on the film side, right? Well, Warner Bros will give attendees a Comic-Con to remember with superheroes and Steven Spielberg. The Burbank-based studio will be taking over Hall H on Saturday starting at 11 AM to show off their platinum 2017-2018 slate.

The Justice League gang will be there with Ben Affleck (Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Ezra Miller (The Flash) and Ray Fisher (Cyborg), not only talking up and showing off their November 17 release but also Christmas 2018’s Aquaman from director James Wan.

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ezra is among the launch development partners for a new Canadian digital studio to be run by hip-hop music producer Sol Guy and Canada’s Bell Media.

Guy, a former manager for Rascalz and K’Naan, and ex-creative director of Tribeca Enterprises, is spearheading the digital incubator DAIS aimed at millennials and set to produce Canada-focused web, music and radio content in Toronto for domestic and worldwide distribution.

The new venture has already struck a development partnership for social change-themed content with Miller (The Flash) and will co-produce a four-part series, Movement Art Is, with CNN-backed production house Great Big Story. DAIS will include a digital production studio, a music studio and a radio/podcast suite.

Miller and Guy previously worked together to save the Lakota sacred religious site Pe’Sla in South Dakota from being sold, and also took part in a North Pole expedition by Greenpeace International. Bell Media, Canada’s top-rated broadcaster, is following rival Rogers Media after it earlier partnered with Vice Media to launch its own Toronto production studio to develop and produce digital projects for global export, while also building Rogers’ millennial audience.

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As the promotion for FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM continues, more interviews with Ezra have been released. Parts 1 and 2 can be found here and here, respectively.

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