Ezra Miller tattoos ‘Avada Kedavra’ on hands for Fantastic Beasts premiere
Actor Ezra Miller dressed as a swan and inked the deadly “Avada Kedavra” spell on his hands for the UK premiere of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald.
Miller, who is well-known for his statement costumes, attended the film premiere at Leicester Square, London, on Tuesday night (November 13).
The 26-year old star posed for photos with a stony facial expression.
Ezra Miller dons spiked hair and glitter at Fantastic Beasts premiere
He also sported several large rings and had glitter painted just below his eyes.
The actor’s hair was styled in sharp-looking spikes.
Miller reprises his role as disturbed child Credence Barebone in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald, which will be released on November 16 in the UK.
It comes after Miller recently wore a majestic padded gown to the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald world premiere in Paris, which some Twitter users said looked like a “human sex toy.”
Miller proudly donned his striking black gown, complete with hood and cape, on the red carpet event for the second installation of the Fantastic Beasts film series.
He added to his dazzling look by wearing burgundy lipstick.
Miller posed for photos along the red carpet and gave his autograph to fans.
Ezra Miller: I was attacked for my outfit choices
Earlier this year, Miller went to a Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald panel event in a pink outfit, complete with a giant mushroom head.
In an interview with ES Magazine on November 8, Miller revealed that he has been attacked for his choice of clothing.
“I was repeatedly assaulted as a young teenager, for being weird and gender ambiguous. They couldn’t figure out if I was a boy or a girl, and they thought that was hilarious and also despicable,” he said.
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He continued: “I’ve been physically attacked in public for wearing short floral overalls.”
The actor went on to list some of the places where he was assaulted, including New Jersey, New York City, Asheville, and North Carolina.
He told The Hollywood Reporter: “I don’t identify. Like, f**k that.
“Queer just means no, I don’t do that. I don’t identify as a man. I don’t identify as a woman. I barely identify as a human.”