Ezra Miller Reveals To The Hollywood Reporter His Own #MeToo Moment

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The Hollywood Reporter has tapped four stars for its 2018 Next Generation issue. The lucky quartet to snag an individual cover and feature are Awkwafina (Crazy Rich Asians, Ocean’s 8), Ezra Miller (Fantastic Beasts, Justice League), Letitia Wright (Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War) and Noah Centineo (To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Sierra Burgess is a Loser).

Great selection, especially that Noah Centineo. He’s definitely my Hollywood crush of his generation. Cute, cute, cute.

Check out the other covers below, along with quotes from each of their respective interviews.

Ezra Miller

Ezra Miller On His Sexuality

Miller has long identified as queer. “Which is to say, I don’t identify. Like, fuck that,” he says. “Queer just means no, I don’t do that. I don’t identify as a man. I don’t identify as a woman. I barely identify as a human.”

Ezra Miller on his own #MeToo moment:

Miller’s [had his] own #MeToo moment, which he has never shared, with an unnamed director and producer. “They gave me wine and I was underaged,” he recalls. “They were like, ‘Hey, want to be in our movie about gay revolution?’ And I was like, ‘No, you guys are monsters.’”

For more, head over to his Hollywood Reporter feature.

Noah Centineo

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Noah Centineo on what large social media following means for success:

Scrolling through, Centineo’s posts look like a seamless continuation of the woke boy-next-door performances that made him famous. But social media is not “an extension of performance,” he insists. “Academy Award-winning actors would have millions of followers if it were.” But are career doors opened by his newfound notoriety? “It depends on the filmmaker,” he says. “I don’t think Gaspar Noe gives a shit. But did Disney care when they gave Jake Paul a show? Absolutely.”

For more, head over to his Hollywood Reporter feature.

Letitia Wright

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Letitia on finding faith and getting out of depression after her initial success in 2011:

It was faith that rescued her from this “very dark place,” she says. Immersing herself in Christianity, she found her equilibrium. Acting, she could take or leave; she turned down a film with Nicole Kidman to focus “God is just like, ‘When I have something for you, it’s going to be dope,’ ” says Wright of her next step in Hollywood.

For more, head over to her Hollywood Reporter feature.

Awkwafina

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Awkwafina on getting the call to host SNL (only the second Asian-American woman ever to host):

[She] was on a plane when her publicist sent her a foreboding text, requesting a call with her whole team as soon as she hit the ground. “I was like, ‘Oh my God, what did I do?’ Was it some surveillance video or like a sex tape or something, a horrible sex tape that no one even wants to watch?”

For more, head over to her Hollywood Reporter feature.