In conversation with Pottermore, Evanna Lynch talks about what “Harry Potter” means to her and takes the Pottermore quiz again to determine her true House.
Byline: Gauri Pandit
In a recent interview with “Fault Magazine”, Matthew Lewis discusses life after “Potter”, the day he heard news of Alan Rickman’s death, and much more.
Prior to the release of his film “Victor Frankenstein” on DVD, “Junkee” interviewed Daniel Radcliffe, who spent the better part of his life portraying Harry Potter. He may not be the Boy Who Lived off-screen, but there are some things even Harry Potter could pick up from the 26-year-old actor.
Looks like David Tennant doesn’t need the Sorting Hat to tell him which Hogwarts House would be the best fit for him.
According to the “Voice”, Cherrelle Skeete, a 26-year-old actress from Birmingham, will be joining the 42-person cast of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” in a “lead role.”
In the upcoming film “Now You See Me 2”, Daniel Radcliffe, contrary to his career-defining role as Harry Potter, will be portraying the quintessential “anti-magician.” Read more here.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Emma Watson and Tom Hanks, co-stars in the upcoming film “The Circle”, will be featured on the April cover of “Esquire” as a part of their “Women & Men” issue. In this issue, Emma Watson discusses the gender wage gap in Hollywood, her HeForShe campaign, and why feminism should be everyone’s concern.
In conversation with author and feminist Bell Hooks for “Paper Magazine”‘s “Girl Crush” series, Emma Watson talks about taking a year off from acting, the importance of reading, and what it was like to finally embrace Hermione’s character as someone who was very much like herself.
In a recent interview with the “Independent”, Daniel Radcliffe talks about the hardships that come with pretending to be a corpse, his liking for odd roles, and the common misconceptions about big-budget films.