This week, the London premiere arrived, and Miller stepped out again to make a visual statement. As well as seeming to take some fashion tips from Derek Zoolander, the actor also wrote "Avada Kedavra" on both of his hands. He mustn't have shaken many hands last night then.

For those not down the kids, and don't know what an "Avada Kedavra" is, it's a spell from the 'Harry Potter' movies. Known as "The Killing Curse," the use of it on someone in J.K. Rowling's magical universe will bring instantaneous death.

The use of the curse is all very smoke and mirrors, and it's hard to know what Miller was hinting at. The actor has taken to his Instagram account very recently to share a photo of himself wearing a t-shirt with the same design.


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Miller plays Credence Barebone in the new 'Fantastic Beasts' sequel, along with Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, and Jonny Depp. We recently reviewed the film, saying it "lacks the fun and light-heartedness of the first ‘Fantastic Beasts’, as well as the darkness and suspense of the ‘Harry Potter’ movies." You can read our review here.