What are our favorite “Harry Potter” cast members up to this week? Between “Fear the Walking Dead”, “Wallander”, “Broadchurch”, and “Love, Nina”, our favorite cast members are busy busy busy, and that’s just a handful! To see what the rest are up to, check out this week’s Role Call below!
Tagged: The Lady in the Van
Maggie Smith and Leonardo DiCaprio shared a kiss on Valentines Day?! Say What?! A lot of projects are in the works this week as well, with Stephen Fry, Toby Jones, Emma Thompson, Michael Gambon, and so many more about to step in front of the camera. See what our favorite “Harry Potter” alum are up to in MuggleNet’s weekly Role Call!
After winning the Evening Standard British Film Award for Best Actress for her role in “The Lady in the Van”, Dame Maggie Smith spoke to the “Evening Standard” about her career. Read more about what she had to say here!
While here in the US we’re anticipating the upcoming Oscars, awards season is already underway here and around the globe. Just yesterday evening, the winners of the Evening Standard Film Awards were announced in London, and more than one “Potter” veteran was honored.
In promoting her new film, Dame Maggie Smith reflects on her time on stage and screen, and her character of the Dowager Countess may be rubbing off on her in real life!
Dame Maggie Smith has just finished her run in “Downton Abbey” as the formidable Dowager Countess of Grantham, and the final season is about to begin airing in the US. In a new interview with NPR, Smith reflects on the lines she had in “Downton Abbey”, being recognized across the world for her role as the Dowager, and growing as a character actor.
We’re certainly in the thick of awards season at the moment – just yesterday, we learned about the Producers Award nominees, and today it’s the turn of BAFTA, the British Academy Film and Television Awards. The nominations were announced this morning by Stephen Fry (British audiobooks) and actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw (“Belle”, featuring Tom Felton).
The nominations for the 2016 Golden Globe Awards have been announced today, following yesterday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations, with Dame Maggie Smith (Professor Minerva McGonagall) and Eddie Redmayne (Newt Scamander) scoring major acting nods.