Looking for something to keep yourself occupied in the evening or on the weekend? Perhaps something “Potter” cast-related? Well, you’re in luck. We’ve got you covered with our latest Netflix update for next month.
Byline: Toni Louise Cooper
It was only recently that we reported to you the full cast announcement for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”. One of the few cast members whom we were already aware of was Noma Dumezweni, who will be playing a grown-up Hermione Granger. She now talks her excitement about playing one of our favorite literary characters.
Daniel Radcliffe has recently joined a whole host of well-known British names in a video that expresses their support for the Great BBC Campaign, a campaign running against cuts being made to the broadcasting company.
We all know and love Ralph Fiennes for his role as Voldemort in the “Harry Potter” series, along with his work in other successful films and Shakespearian plays. What you may not have known is that earlier in life, there was one thing Fiennes aspired to be… a punk!
In a recent interview with MTV while promoting “Ripper Street”, Matthew Lewis talks “Fantastic Beasts” and… whether he would like a cameo?
Back in October, we reported to you that Gary Oldman (Sirius Black) lent his voice to a new Lego video game titled “Lego Dimensions”. Now, he’s once again making another video game feature, this time in the upcoming 2016 PC game “Star Citizen: Squadron 42”.
Last month, you may remember we brought you some updates regarding Rupert Grint’s new film “Moonwalkers” – this included a short clip and stills, not to mention a red band trailer. Now we bring you yet another new update regarding its release!
Over the years, we’ve seen many variations of “Harry Potter” adapted into different forms, proving how well loved the fandom is all across the world: We of course have seen the release of the eight Warner Bros. movies, along with Starkid’s “A Very Potter Musical” productions, Potter Puppet Pals YouTube videos, the “Potted Potter” stage show, etc. Now, a group of Grade 4 school children have taken it upon themselves to create their own version!
Dolores Umbridge actress Imelda Staunton is no stranger to the stage, having previously starred in such productions as “Into the Woods” and “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.” At the moment, she of course is starring as main character Rose in popular musical “Gypsy”, which had a limited run at the Chichester Festival Theatre late last year and is now currently residing in the West End, London.