Ezra Miller Talks ‘Justice League’ In New Hilarious Interview

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I do not understand how anyone could hate Ezra Miller. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower actor has been launched into stardom following his casting as Barry Allen/The Flash last year, and with the release of Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them around the corner, his career will continue to flourish. Being a young geek, like so many of us, Miller fails fantastically at hiding his feelings towards his two huge franchises. In a new interview whilst promoting the latest Harry Potter film, the actor had time to discuss his role in next year’s ensemble film, Justice League.

Miller remarked:

“Sometimes they make me run. Which I was outraged because I thought, you know, playing The Flash, this will be great, you can’t see him running so this will be easy! No, no, Ezra, we need you to run. We have this enormous treadmill that’s called, I think, The Tumblelator, that’s like 25 feet long, goes 45 miles per hour and its bouncy, like a trampoline. Pretty much a dream come true. Then, they strap me into a harness, we do all sorts of stuff. What we’re creating is a vocabulary; where choreography meets visual effects. And what we’re trying to implement is a wide diversity of tactics of how we create these moments and… A lot of The Flash, is his perception.”

So, what do you guys think of Ezra Miller’s excitement for The Flash? As someone who has been a huge fan of the actor for a while, I am so ecstatic that he seems so pleased with his role. Hopefully Miller is on the ball, and Justice League is as epic and fantastic as he makes it out to be. Before you catch Miller’s return to the role in November of next year, you can catch the brilliant actor in this month’s Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them, in which he co-stars with Oscar winner, Eddie Redmayne.

Fantastic Beasts hits theatres everywhere on November 18, while Justice League arrives nearly a year later on November 17, 2017.

Source: Batman-News.com

Roby D'Ottavi

Roby D'Ottavi

Just a young writer hoping to become an old writer. From the land Down Under; no, I don't know Jai Courtney.

  • He reminds me a bit of Howie Mandell, lol. I think he’s gonna be great as the Flash.

    • Marquis de Sade

      Yeah, too bad his solo movie ain’t gon’ happen no time soon…maybe dceu can talk Dr. Uwe Boll out of retirement to direct their next “DESTINED TO BE ANOTHER” failure.

      • Napi

        Hahahaha! OMG is this pr¡ck for real?

  • Chris W

    I love how much of a nerd he is. My favourite one though is when he was baked talking about the multiverse.