Alumni Roundup: “Potter” Meets “Hamilton”
Welcome to another edition of the Alumni Roundup. Our favorite alumni have been busy as usual, working on new projects, running half marathons, and promoting equality, as well as finding time to reminisce about old times.
Emma Watson has been particularly busy this month. As well as launching the first HeForShe Arts Week in New York earlier this month, she spoke to Hamilton writer and star Lin Manuel Miranda…
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) March 17, 2016
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) March 11, 2016
…and even tried beat boxing…
The full interview is available on Facebook.
Emma also found time to light up the Empire State Building, as well as talk more about HeForShe, chat with actor Tom Hanks, and announce the latest book in her book club.
— Homeless Services (@NYCDHS) March 8, 2016
It wasn’t just Emma who spoke about equality this month. Bonnie Wright got involved too.
Meanwhile, plenty of our alumni were busy with other projects.
Daniel Radcliffe shared the official trailer for upcoming film Now You See Me 2.
As the last episode of BBC drama Happy Valley aired, Matt Lewis reminisced about different times…
Just found this #tbt of filming #HappyValley with #SarahLancashire last year. Catherine Cawood ain’t so tough. Is you’re in the U.S., series two is now available on @netflix and Sarah is the best actress you will ever see.
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Jessie Cave is performing her comedy show Love Sick for the last time at the end of the month. If you haven’t seen it, then make sure you catch it before it’s too late!
And Tom Felton’s film Risen was released.
— Sony Pictures UK (@SonyPicturesUK) March 12, 2016
Finally, Evanna Lynch took to the streets of New York to run a half marathon.
Congratulations Evanna – a fantastic achievement!
Which of our alumni’s projects are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments!