Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald actress Zoe Kravitz decided to promote the upcoming Warner Bros. film by taking time out of the San Diego Comic-Con panel by calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Kravitz and the rest of the cast was asked what they would use magic in real life for. Kravitz’s answer was, “Impeach Trump.”
Fantastic Beasts cast asked what way they’d use magic for good in real life. Zoe Kravitz said “Impeach Trump” #SDCC
— Marcus Jones @ SDCC (@MarcusJonesNY) July 21, 2018
Kravitz will play Leta Lestrange in the upcoming Harry Potter prequel. While Kravitz made it clear what she would do with the power of the magic, her co-star Dan Fogler who returns as Jakob Kowalski created a spell for it, “Impeachious maximus.”
Ezra Miller who plays Credence Barebone in the upcoming Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald had a different idea on what he would do if magic were real. He claimed he would “smash the patriarchy.”
Ezra Miller, naturally, would use Harry Potter magic to “smash the patriarchy”
— Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) July 21, 2018
This isn’t anything new from Miller, he’d been asked the question previously while promoting the first Fantastic Beasts film.
Instead of saying “smash” he used “destroy.”
Journalist: if you had the chance with a wand to change something, what would it be?
Ezra Miller: destroy patriarchy pic.twitter.com/ix89cLPkfs
— ¡Peeeeeeeedro! (@Beardphrodite) December 16, 2016
He also tried to goad Gal Gadot into saying, “Hetero Patriarchy your wrath upon this world is over” while promoting Justice League last year.
Oh my gosh, I LOVE how Ezra is SUCH a freaking FANBOY here! I’d be like that too if Gal said something as #WonderWoman that I asked her to say. LOVE these 2 and I hope @jmiechi96 & I get to meet both of them @ the #JLpremiere! #JusticeLeague #GalGadot #TheFlash #EzraMiller #Dork pic.twitter.com/hKdnOenq2n
— Itzmoe (@itzmoe) November 11, 2017
What do you make of these comments? Will this affect whether you go see the Harry Potter prequel Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald?