This week’s Casting News is jam-packed full of our favorite “Harry Potter” cast members getting involved in the community, on stage, and on the big screen. It includes Gary Oldman’s mind-blowing transformation into Winston Churchill and a potential plot twist that never was between Stanislav Ianevski and Emma Watson.
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We are sad to report that actor Terence Bayler, who portrayed the Bloody Baron in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”, passed away last month at the age of 86.
Nearly Headless Nick actor and British comedian John Cleese will be honored with the Rose d’Or Award for Life Achievement next month. Cleese will be receiving this due to his longstanding and outstanding contribution to the entertainment world.
This week’s Role Call is a small one sice we assume the cast of our beloved “Potter” series is taking some time off to enjoy the summer holidays. We get a look at a new YouTube channel hosted by a ghostly favorite, speculate on the possibility of Draco in Scotland, and keep on remembering an old friend we lost this year. Take a look at what’s happening in MuggleNet’s weekly Casting News!
This week’s Casting News may be scarce, but haven’t you always wanted to see Robbie Coltrane host a crime show? Or Colin Farrell essentially embody Clint Eastwood? Read on because there are a lot of cool projects in store for our favorite “Harry Potter” alumni in this week’s Role Call!
Doctor Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington seems to have a certain ring to it, proving that Nearly Headless Nick’s brain really is quite functional and brilliant (even if it is a bit removed). On June 28, John Cleese received an honorary doctorate of clinical Ppychology from the esteemed University of Bath.