Ezra Miller reveals in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter that he was on the receiving end of some unacceptable behaviour on a film set — while he was underage.
“They gave me wine and I was under-aged,” he tells THR, singling out an unnamed director and producer. “They were like, ‘Hey, want to be in our movie about gay revolution?’ And I was like, ‘No, you guys are monsters.'”
And despite his tender age, the 26-year-old “Justice League” star tells THR he’s seen a big change with the #MeToo movement continuing to impact Hollywood.
“It’s a great f**kin’ age of being like, ‘You know what? That s**t’s unacceptable,’ And it’s amazing for a lot of us to watch,” he says. “‘Cause, like, we all knew it was unacceptable when we f**king survived it. That’s what Hollywood is. I thought we all knew we were sex workers.”
While Miller’s fame is rapidly growing — and promises to become even bigger when he reprises the role of Credence Barebone in the upcoming “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” — he admits he’s not a fan of the concept of fame.
“If you watch the world, the cults of celebrity and the fanatics of celebrities, that’s what governs the world now,” he adds.
You can read the interview in its entirety in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter.