Ezra Miller was presumed to be a queer superhero movie Hollywood actor, an inflorescence iconoclast who chooses to live in Vermont and performs "The Flash"....
...and an activist who tried to stand up for gender-based conflict and indigenous communities, from his adored "Perks of Being a Wallflower" emergence towards becoming a shining star in Hollywood.
Conversely, the decade of the 2020s saw the emergence of a new Miller, who was captured on camera physically assaulting a fan in an Iceland pub and suspected of seducing an 18-year-old Sioux activist.
In a hurry, Miller went from underground hero to "Harry Potter" riches to supposedly being on the run with an 18-year-old, so here's a chronology to help you comprehend how we got here.
In Antonio Campos's thriller Afterschool, Miller stars as Robert, an Intertube recluse who romanticizes mobile photos.
He is asked to design a video montage for the girls after he unintentionally movies the killing of twins at his private school.
"That was a great film experience because of how fucked up it was and like a psychotic filmmaking process with young kids. And then I was just hooked to film.” is what he stated in an interview...
....This was pretty much the base of what stirred the controversy up.
"The Perks of Being a Wallflower" made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Miller plays Patrick Stewart, a gay elevated sophomore who, along with Sam (Emma Watson), brings in sad freshmen Charlie (Logan Lerman).
Miller becomes a teen honey and worldwide figure thanks to the film, which is based on a famous coming-of-age novella. Miller discusses school abuse and coming out throughout the Perks publicity tour.
I’m queer, I have a lot of really wonderful friends who are of very different sexes and genders. I'm very much in love with no one in special. I’ve been trying to figure out relationships, you know?
....is what he (they) stated about themselves during the tour.