Ezra Miller Doesn’t Want to Sign Your Copy of Agents of SHIELD
Not that he didn’t want to sign the guy’s copy of MARVEL’s Agents of SHIELD, he knows that there could be implications on his actions had he signed that copy.
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Even more so, the ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ star identifies with the company where his character belongs in, that being DC Comics and thereby the DC Expanded Universe.
I’m DC! They’re competing comic book houses,” Miller said. “Yeah, I’m dead sure.”
I’m thinking if it were other actors who don’t care about the material they are playing, they would have probably just signed the issue and be done with it. Miller joins the rest of Hollywood celebs who are keeping their roles close to their heart.
So while we’re still a year or so away from the release of “The Flash” DCEU movie, we’ve got Ezra Miller’s portrayal of the character Credence Barebone in David Yates’ Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Here’s what the film’s director plus co-star Colin Farrell had to say abou the actor
One of the intrigues surrounding the prominent wizard Percival Graves is why he has taken such a keen interest in Credence Barebone. Farrell observes, “Credence is someone who seems lost and always on the outside looking in and that makes him especially vulnerable to Graves, who obviously believes Credence has some insight or information he needs. He gives Credence a sense of belonging that is lacking in his life, but his motives are questionable at best.”
Cast as Credence, Ezra Miller adds, “Their relationship in the film becomes quite disturbing because it has an element of manipulation that is tangible. It’s an interesting dynamic because there is a certain amount of ambiguity about who is good and who is bad and you won’t really know until all the chips have fallen. That is one of the amazing dimensions of J.K. Rowling’s writing—the understanding that all of the dualities of good and evil don’t necessarily exist apart from one another. There are many sides to every person. I think fans will be extremely tickled to discover some of the familiar threads that run through this film, but it’s its own entity and very much its own story.”
Miller, it turns out, is in an excellent position to comment on his fellow fans. “I have been obsessed with J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World since I was seven years old,” he reveals, “so I am very well-versed. Getting to actually step into this universe was the fulfillment of my dreams more than anyone can imagine.”
“Ezra is a big fan of Jo’s world and was determined to be part of this journey and this film,” director David Yates recalls. “As an actor, he’s fearless, curious and open, and brought a lot to the process as well as to the set in terms of energy and ambition. He captured Credence in a way that was both haunting and moving.”