Ezra Miller. Picture: Getty
Ezra Miller. Picture: Getty

Star’s truly bizarre red carpet outfit

WARNING: Serious fashion ahead. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald actor Ezra Miller rocked up to the Paris premiere of the film this week in a truly jaw-dropping ensemble.

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The US actor, 26, walked the red carpet in a giant, caped, hooded, gloved, inflatable outfit that made him look rather like an insect in the final stages of pupa:

The fashion … it’s too much. Picture: Getty
The fashion … it’s too much. Picture: Getty

No doubt understanding that an air of seriousness is required to pull off looking this silly, Miller never once broke into a smile:

We are LIVING for his startled expression when one helper swooped in to readjust his hood:

You laugh now, but I bet we'll all be wearing this in six months. For reference, here's how Miller looks in the film, sans inflatables:

He looks positively naked without his blow-up coat. Picture: AP
He looks positively naked without his blow-up coat. Picture: AP

Other stars of the film also attended the premiere - all looking absolutely boring in comparison to Miller:

Katherine Waterston at least channels Ezra’s look of startled despair. Picture: Getty
Katherine Waterston at least channels Ezra’s look of startled despair. Picture: Getty

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