Happy Independence Day for all of our readers in the US! This week’s Casting News has us looking at upcoming films from some of our favorite “Harry Potter” alumni like Emma Thompson, Domhnall Gleeson, and even Jim Broadbent! Read on to discover what everyone is up to!
Tagged: Jason Isaacs
Signed photographs of former “Potter” alumni Rupert Grint, Gary Oldman (Sirius Black), Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy), and Sir Michael Gambon (Professor Albus Dumbledore) have been put up for auction by the Neurofibromatosis Network, a national non-profit company whose mission is to provide services to the NF community and promote federal funding for NF research. The photographs are being auctioned as part of the celebrity charity auction, Doodle 4 NF.
There are so many new projects in this week’s Role Call! We’ve got award nominees, fan convention appearances, an animated trailer, and a four-part webseries to explore, just to name a few. Join us as we take a look at what’s new for our favorite “Potter” cast members!
In this week’s Role Call, the first glimpse at “Star Wars: Episode VIII” appears online, Emma Thompson and Brendan Gleeson address the importance of their film “Alone in Berlin”, Katie Leung speeds through London, and Freddie Stroma travels through time!
This week has been pretty busy in the world of “Harry Potter” alum, but none seem to be busier than Ralph Fiennes. Join us as we dive into his year of on-screen and on-stage productions, learn life lessons from Julie Walters, and get styling tips from none other than Luke Newberry. All that and more in MuggleNet’s weekly Role Call!
In this week’s Casting News, we get a personal glimpse at Domhnall Gleeson’s favorite sex scene, watch as a fan favorite battles a few dragons, find out where fans will soon be able to meet with Dumbledore and Lucius Malfoy, and explore a handful of films we get to see in 2016 starring our “Potter” friends (Hint, Daniel Radcliffe is a very, very busy man!).
J.K. Rowling and Jack Thorne, the writer of the upcoming stage play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, have both taken to social media to address the controversy surrounding the recent casting announcements.
Watch a charity video starring Jason Isaacs supporting the Great Ormond Street Hospital!