Social Roundup: Ideas Take Center Stage
This week saw some hilarious and downright intriguing pitches for possible future projects from the cast. In addition to which, some took to the stage for their big moments and close ups.
First up was Jason Isaacs’ complete support for this Death Eater inspired detective series. True Detective season 3 anyone?
— Jason Isaacs (@jasonsfolly) February 16, 2015
Which may have led Rohan Gotobed to applaud Snape’s career change up based on this great observation.
Do we ever actually see Snape brew a potion in the Harry Potter books?
— Rohan Gotobed (@Rohan_Gotobed) February 20, 2015
Warwick Davis on the other would like to star in a sitcom portraying a country gent.
How about a gent? http://t.co/QQHwwe3Pps
— Warwick Davis (@WarwickADavis) February 19, 2015
Meanwhile Jessie Crave wondered about the impact of a certain name change…
I wonder how different it would have been if he was called Gary Potter
— Jessie Cave (@jessiecave) February 15, 2015
…and soon after got to work on her own romantic comedies. Any takers?
Anyone want to help me make one of my romantic comedies? I have someone who knows someone who has a clapper board Xx pic.twitter.com/RmDokyEZPE
— Jessie Cave (@jessiecave) February 16, 2015
Anna Schaffer however may have been the only one to actually materialize her ideas. Namely for this poem titled “Dodging Bullets”.
Now on to the close-ups. Oliver and James had a blast answering questions at the Wizarding World Q&A.
A photo posted by oliver_phelps (@oliver_phelps) on
And Robbie Jarvis took to the stage on press night for a production of Posh, which received a favorable response.
— Simon Wilson (@EG_Editor) February 18, 2015
He was careful though not to perform without some good luck from Evanna Lynch.
Finally, there was one of those “Felix Felicis” rare moments where the notoriously elusive Dame Maggie Smith participated in … a selfie!
— Myleene Klass (@KlassMyleene) February 17, 2015
That’s it for this week’s roundup! Be sure to leave us your comments if you have any ideas or suggestions the cast should add to their already bustling drawing board.