Ezra Miller wears bizarre padded gown for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald premiereNovember 9, 2018
EZRA Miller, 26, stole the show in a striking black quilt-style coat by Moncler x Pierpaolo Picciolito to the premiere of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Ensuring all eyes were on him the star, who plays Credence Barebone in the movie, teamed his high-shine vinyl attire with black leather gloves and a dark red lipstick.
Ezra Miller, 26, shows off his quirky look on the red carpet for the premiere of the latest Fantastic Beasts series[/caption]
Fans of the series flooded to Twitter to comment on the quirky star’s outfit.
One wrote: “Ezra Miller is slayin’ the
#FantasticBeasts : The Crimes of Grindelwald premiere tonight…”
While another compared the look to something out of Dr Who, writing: “Fantastic beasts premiere in Paris, Oo I’ll be on the red carpet, I know, I’ll dress like a Dalek!”
This isn’t the first time Ezra has turned heads with his quirky style.
Ezra Miller plays Credence Barebone in the hotly-anticipated sequel[/caption]
When attending San Diego Comic-Con earlier this year, he dressed up as a sexy Toadette.
Sitting on the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald panel event, the flamboyant actor wore a skimpy pink outfit, complete with a giant mushroom head.
The star stated in an interview with ES Magazine that he’d been judged on his choice of clothing before on multiple occasions.
He said: “I’ve been physically attacked in public for wearing short floral overalls.”
Stars of the film Zoe Kravitz, Jude Law and Eddie Redmayne posed with author JK Rowling[/caption]
Cutting a safer sartorial look was Eddie Redmayne, was also in attendance with his stunning wife, Hannah.
Reprising his role as magizoologist Newt Scamander, the lead actor wore a smart grey suit with a deep red tie and tailored camel-coloured coat.
Hannah, perhaps in a nod to Redmayne’s creature-loving character, wore a black, structured dress featuring monochromatic butterflies down the middle.
Created with a fluffy, feather-like fabric, the delicate motifs appeared to flutter as the beautiful couple made their way along the red carpet.
JK Rowling posed with her husband Neil Murray[/caption]
JK Rowling posed with the stars of her latest film Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald[/caption]
Zoë Kravitz looked breathtaking as she posed with husband-to-be Karl Glusman[/caption]
Redmayne praised the film’s “extraordinary thriller quality” as he joined Ezra and fellow cast members Jude Law and Zoë Kravitz for the premiere.
The Oscar-winning actor teased that the new movie also has “joy and romance” bound up in it.
Fans of the Harry Potter spin-off took to Twitter to beg lucky attendees not to divulge any of the secrets before the film is released on Thursday 19 November.
The film is a prequel to the Harry Potter series and explores the lives and relationship of Albus Dumbledore, played by Jude Law, and his arch nemesis, Gellert Grindlewald, played by Johnny Depp.
Jude Law has revealed he spent a long time “practising his magic” for the film[/caption]
Actress Alison Sudol plays Queenie Goldstein in the film[/caption]
Fans of the film are excited to find out the backstory of Newt Salamander and Zoë’s character Leta Lestrange.
Potterheads will recognise the name Lestrange as a family that featured heavily in the wizarding series.
Zoë looked every inch the Hollywood star wearing a black sequin dress with a huge red sequin bow.
Both she and Karl were dressed in Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello.
Jude Law plays Albus Dumbledore in the film [/caption]
Katherine Waterston, who returns as Tina Goldstein in the film, looked ethereal in a sheer, black peplum top[/caption]
Law looked dapper in a azure blue velvet tuxedo jacket and light-coloured trousers.
Law hinted that fans of the Harry Potter franchise will be especially invested in the latest film because of the “two worlds suddenly linking”.
In a red carpet interview, the actor said: “I felt an incredible pressure to the wizarding world but it’s a wonderful character to work on. Lots of layers.
“We get to see how Dumbledore deals with his backstory. I got to go back and layer up his complexities.
“I worked a little bit on my magic only to be told that the magic was done by other people!”
French actor William Nadylam looked dapper at the premiere. William is playing Yusuf Kama, a French-African wizard who claims to be the last male in his pure-blood family line[/caption]
The final trailer for the film arrived last month and gave fans their final taster of Law and Redmayne’s characters taking on Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald, played by Johnny Depp who did not attend the premiere.
After Paris, the stars will be out in force in London on Tuesday ahead of the film’s release on Thursday November 16.
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