Ezra Miller dons eccentric padded gown at Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald premiere

Mail Online | 11/8/2018 | Ekin Karasin;Jabeen Waheed For Mailonline
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He recently revealed he was 'repeatedly assaulted' during his childhood for being gender ambiguous.

But Ezra Miller proved he refuses to be downtrodden as he made a serious style statement while attending the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald world premiere in Paris on Thursday.

Perks - A - Wallflower - Actor - Carpet

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower actor, 26, looked wonderfully eccentric as he stormed the red carpet in a black padded quilt-style gown with a dramatic hood and cape detailing.

Sticking to an all-black theme, the We Need To Talk About Kevin star accessorised with black leather gloves.

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He injected a gothic touch to the bold look by plumping his lips with a vampy slick of dark burgundy lipstick.

Fully committing to his fashion-forward ensemble, the New Jersey native flashed a stony pout as he posed masterfully at the event.

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Ezra, who plays Credence Barebone in Fantastic Beasts, certainly put on a sartorial show as he posed at the premiere with his co-stars Eddie Redmayne and Zoe Kravitz.

Director David Yates said he was 'thrilled' to bring the world premiere of his new film to the City of Light.

'Paris - Backdrop - Film - Opportunity - Beauty

'Paris has given us an extraordinary backdrop for our film,' he said. So we're thrilled to have the opportunity to acknowledge its unique beauty, character and ambiance – and the legendary passion of French Wizarding World fans – by celebrating our world premiere in this magical city.'

Ezra's outing comes after he detailed the adversity as he faced growing up because of his sexuality.

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The actor got candid with ES Magazine as he discussed his troubled childhood, admitting that there were people (in the industry) who gave him a rough time for coming out as queer.

Offering context, Miller revealed he was 'repeatedly assaulted' for being gender ambiguous, with a few boys lashing out at him after they tried to...
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