Tag: Ezra Miller

Ezra Miller

“When the Obscurus bursts out [in the first film] it also kills some of his foster siblings, and lots of people presumably got taken out in New York City when it mashed around. Here there’s one moment where they got attacked and Nagini is safe…

Ezra Miller

“It was a deeply, deeply immersive experience that we shared, over a short period of time. Definitely a lot was shared and discussed, in the course of trying to create this complicated dynamic. What I really liked was the way it plays in this movie.…

Ezra Miller

“The truth is that Credence is magical and he’s been repressing his magic. The forces of the universe come into a physical form, which is an Obscurus, and that Obscurus initially comes to an Obscurial as a friend, encouraging them, then with increasing severity to…

Ezra Miller

“What I think is interesting in the story of Credence is that he has been betrayed and mistreated by both worlds at this point. He has been mistreated by folks in the wizarding world, and No-Maj or Muggle folks as well. And so I think…

Ezra Miller

“My approach to Credence was someone who never got the love they needed and who was also subject to this sort of violent indoctrination that made him believe that he was bad.  And that stops him from allowing the truth of who he is to…

Ezra Miller

“It’s important to explore the idea that there is cause and effect in the world and the idea that someone who endures trauma has tough choices to make about how that trauma is going to affect the rest of their life – whether that wound…

Ezra Miller

“I always saw that dynamic [Credence & Graves] as they need things from each other. Credence is in this position where he just desperately needs any sort of affection, acknowledgement, just human touch – I mean, there’s a real hunger. We would talk about these…

Ezra Miller

“Credence is the aged child of violence. He’s grown up partially in a foster home where he still lives, and in a community where there’s a prerogative to stamp out a certain idea of what is abnormal. And the rub lies in the fact that…