May 18, 2012 11:42AM

Ezra Miller Wins Chopard Trophy at Cannes

For being a babe who massacres people.

Ezra Miller, better known as the mass-murdering dreamboat from film We Need to Talk About Kevin, has taken out the prestigious Chopard Trophy at Cannes Film Festival. The trophy is awarded to one male and one female (Shailene Woodley this year), recognising each winner as the Revelation of the Year as far as young actors go. We extend our warmest congrats to Ezra! Not only is he an actor, he's also the drummer for five-piece band Sons of an Illustrious Father, who we interviewed for our Music Issue.

Here he is at Cannes accepting his award from Sean Penn:

And here he is being a hyper-articulate nineteen-year-old shedding some light on We Need To Talk About Kevin at last year's London Film Festival:

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