The ever so beloved Ezra Miller has gifted the world with yet another indescribable and possibly inflatable lewk at the premiere of Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald in Paris, last night/early this morning.

Honestly, it’s just ICONIC.

Apart from shiny-dementor-you-would-actually-happily-approach, you could also describe this look as a whole-body-puffer-jacket experience… or as some people have described it – a giant sleeping bag.

In Crimes of Grindelwald, Ezra returns as the mysterious Credence Barebone, an Obscurus who was forced to repress his magic at a young age. Miller returns alongside Eddie Redmayne as the awkward and lovable Newt Scamander, Katherine Waterston as Porpentina Goldstein, Alison Sudol as Queenie Goldstein, and Dan Fogler as Jacob Kowalski. Jude Law joins the cast as a young daddy Dumbledore as does Claudia Kim as Nagini with Zoë Kravitz as Leta Lestrange. 

After appearing right at the very end of the first film, Johnny Depp returns for a much larger role as Gellert Grindelwald. 

In short, the second film picks up right as old mate Grindelwald gets captured by MACUSA but of course he escapes custody so Newt, asked by a young Dumbledore, goes forth to stop Grindelward as he tries to raise an army of ~ pure-blooded ~ wizards who are not so keen on non-magical folk.

Anywhoo, here’s a collection of dramatic looks from the beautiful Ezra Miller, courtesy of a dedicated admirer.

Fans on Twitter really appreciated Miller’s dedication to self-expression.

This aside, another fan on Twitter recently uploaded footage of Miller meeting fans and it 100 per cent proves he’s nothing more than a big ol’ SWEET PIE we do not deserve.

Oh yeah, other stars obviously attended the premiere along with franchise creator J.K. Rowling but they all looked boring as hell – boring but nice – compared to Miller.


Ezra Miller Looked Like A Shiny Dementor At The ‘Fantastic Beasts 2’ Premiere
(Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald will hit cinemas on November 16. 

G’night, sweet dreams.

Image: Getty Images / Pascal Le Segretain