MuggleNet Videos has just completed a new interview with television and movie star William "Billy" McNamara. Billy has been on the big screen with stars like Al Pacino, Ben Stiller, Jodie Foster, Tom Berenger, Ice-T, Jeff Bridges, and so many more. This interview with Billy relates to Billy's new television series called The Trouble with Billy, which will be the very first television show to feature the sport of Muggle Quidditch.
The Trouble with Billy follows the adventurous trials and tribulations of a fallen star as he tries to revive his career and save his soul in the shark infested waters of modern day Hollywood. No "showbiz posse", instead Billy's only companion, his trusty Pitbull, Boo. This is the Anti-Entourage.
The Trouble with Billy includes Muggle Quidditch star Matt Ziff, who plays for the University of Miami quidditch team and was a member of the USA quidditch team this past Summer during the Olympic Torch Ceremony. Matt has been a friend of MuggleNet since having been interviewed by MuggleNet SnitchCenter during the Quidditch World Cup in 2011, which you watch in our MuggleNet Videos section. Now, we are thrilled to see that Matt and Billy McNamara are bringing the fast-growing sport of Muggle Quidditch to the television audience. A first for the sport and certainly not the last.
MuggleNet is asking you, the Harry Potter fans to support this excellent television series in whatever way you are able to. By heading over to The Trouble with BillyFacebook Page, or by supporting the Kickstarter program going on through Saturday evening. On behalf on Matt and Billy and the MuggleNet team, Thank You for your support.
I tell you, that dragon's the most horrible animal I've ever met, but the way Hagrid goes on about it, you'd think it was a fluffly little bunny rabbit. When it bit me, he told me off for frightening it. And when I left, he was singing it a lullaby.
Ron Weasley Sorcerer's Stone, Chapter 14, Page 237
If a muggle spotted Hogwarts, they would just see an old ruin with a sign "Keep out, dangerous building."