Ezra Miller talks about how much Harry Potter means to himby Aline Michel
Even before getting the role in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” Ezra Miller was already a huge fan of the “Harry Potter” series.
He is such a huge fan that Miller can still recall the time he and his father cried over Albus Dumbledore’s death in “The Half-Blood Prince” while listening to the audiobook.
“Well, I remember going on a trip with my father and that we were listening to the sixth book,” he told Collider. “But I remember that the campsite got rained out. And so, we woke up in the middle of the night and we just started driving ’cause it was raining too hard for us to camp. And we listened to the rest of the book. I had read it many times and listened to it many times but he hadn’t. And I just remember, honestly, the two of us, weeping and weeping and weeping and weeping. Just going through a genuine grief process for Dumbledore.”
Being a part of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is for Miller a huge gift and privilege. Work with Eddie Redmayne and Colin Farrell is for him even more amazing.
“I admire both of their work immensely. I think they’re both really brilliant, brilliant artists and yeah, it’s been really, really, fruitful,” he said, adding that he is “super grateful to work with great actors. It makes it possible to slip deep into a world of illuminated fantasy.”
“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” which is directed by David Yates, will be released on November 18th 2016. Follow Potterish for more news!
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