Jul 2018
Fantastic Beasts, Film Productions, Photo Gallery, Public Appearances   •   Posted by with 0 cmnts

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:

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Jun 2018
Interviews, Photo Gallery, Photo Sessions, Sons of an Illustrious Father   •   Posted by with 0 cmnts

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 the tar-pits gift shop, and Miller’s bandmates Lilah Larson and Josh Aubin are goading him into a purchase.

“You’re getting one,” says Larson. “You have to!” Miller, she has told me, is something of a stuffed-sloth aficionado.

“I’m gonna let you know how deep this addiction is,” Miller says, unfastening the sloth’s Velcro paws. “I already have this exact stuffed animal.” Still, he buys it. As Miller clasps the sloth’s arms around his neck and wears it like a particularly eccentric piece of jewelry, he announces, “I’m naming him Richard Jenkins, after the actor Richard Jenkins.”

Most movie stars, if asked to traipse through a public place like the La Brea Tar Pits with a journalist in tow, would pull a ball cap down low and try their best to disappear into the crowd. Ezra Miller, who wears a striking green cloak, a sloth necklace named for a two-time Oscar nominee, and happily hums a Taylor Swift song as he peers at prehistoric penis bones, is not such a movie star. He is angular and undeodorized, up-and-coming and proudly bisexual, an alternative to the sea of endless Hollywood Chrises, who might also have the stuff to supplant them. The 25-year-old stole last year’s Justice League with his chatty, cheerfully improvised take on the Flash, and though he also appeared in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them as a downcast young wizard and will reprise that role in this winter’s sequel, Miller may still be best known to film buffs as the wicked son from We Need to Talk About Kevin. Those characters couldn’t be more different from one another, but whatever fundamental part of himself Miller pulls them from is fascinating.

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Jun 2018
Ezra Miller Fan, Interviews, Photo Gallery, Photo Sessions, Press Archive, Sons of an Illustrious Father   •   Posted by with 0 cmnts

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 for release on the first day of June. We’re chatting via a cross-country phone call on a sleepy and slow morning, which all four of us are experiencing a little differently. On the other end of the line, Lilah Larson, Josh Aubin, and Miller are laying on a faux-fur beanbag taking turns answering my questions. It feels a bit like we’re partners in a merry but shambolic game of tennis in outer space. “It was a DIY, isolated, bizarre experience,” Larson distantly recalls of the album’s creation.

The Brooklyn-based trio has never played it safe. Since their inception in 2009, they’ve swapped styles, genres, and instruments almost as often as their (always fabulous) outfits. Central to their operation is an egalitarian ethos that emphasizes the communal aspect of music-making over “leads”—all members contribute vocals, and though Larson plays guitar, Miller the drums, and Aubin helms bass, they’re all “multi-instrumentalists” and will take up whatever the song calls for without regard for predefined roles.

This unbridled, open stance towards the traditional band format seems only natural for the trio. They’re fluid in every sense of the word. Though they share a strong queer identity, which is at the core of their music, they’ve each taken a different, unconventional path to where they are today, with a good dose of chance thrown in. Miller is an accomplished actor, known for his roles in 2011’s We Need to Talk About Kevin and 2012’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower, as well as for being one of very few openly queer people to play a superhero on-screen when he was cast as The Flash in Zack Snyder’s Justice League last year. Music was intertwined with performance from the outset—he grew up performing opera and acting in musicals. The oral history of the band begins with a merge between Miller and Larson, friends since middle school. “My first conscious memory of Ezra surrounds this production of Into the Woods, in which he played Jack—quite brilliantly—and I was the sound girl,” Larson recalls fondly. The two took the loud rock music they were making for fun and decided to pursue it further, forming a band. Later, Josh Aubin, roommate of a former band member, was recruited to play bass, and they settled into a cozy, comfortable trio.

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Jun 2018
Photo Gallery, Public Appearances   •   Posted by with 0 cmnts

Our gallery has been updated with high quality pictures of Ezra at the ‘Ocean’s 8’ World Premiere. Check them out:

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May 2018
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Ezra is set to play young Salvador Dali In Mary Harron Biopic DALI LAND! The news comes from Deadline.

Justice League and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them star Ezra Miller will play the young Salvador Dali in Mary Harron’s upcoming biopic Dali Land. Miller, also well known for starring in Cannes Film Festival dramas We Need To Talk About Kevin and Afterschool, will play the young Dalí through a series of flashbacks.

As we revealed last week, Ben Kingsley, Lesley Manville, Tim Roth and Frank Dillane will star in Dali Land, which Bankside Films is selling in Cannes. Kingsley will play iconic surrealist painter Dali. Harron will direct from her screenplay co-written with John C Walsh.

Set in New York and Spain in 1973, the story is told through the eyes of James (Dillane), a young gallery assistant who helps Dalí prepare for a big show. While James hopes to learn some of the secrets of great art from one of the 20th century’s greatest painters, he instead falls down a rabbit hole of glittering parties, personal battles, and an art world awash with money and drama. Manville will play Dali’s domineering wife, and Roth the painter’s right-hand man.

Pic was developed by Edward R. Pressman and entrepreneur David O. Sacks and is set to shoot in Canada and Spain in November and December. Christina Piovesan in Toronto and Charlotte and Philip Colbert of Popcorn Films in London are producing. Pressman, Sacks, Daniel Brunt, Jon Katz, Hannah Leader, Michael R. Newman and Sam Pressman are executive producers.

Miller will next be seen in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and will star as The Flash in DC Universe’s stand-alone movie. He is repped by Paradigm and Peikoff Mahan Law Office.