We’ve got the lowdown on “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” crew members who took home Tonys, trailers for several new projects from wizarding world alumni, and the story of a particularly bad day, as told by Henry Lloyd-Hughes, in this week’s Casting News!
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It’s official: Gary Oldman is now, truly, “the Man,” thanks to his role in the upcoming “Killers Anonymous”. You won’t want to miss the trailer and movie posters, nor the latest news on Jason Isaacs as yet another classic villain. Twirl those curly mustaches; it’s time for Casting News!
Which “Fantastic Beasts” actor is about to get hitched, what’s taking “The Flash” so long, and which wizarding world alumni’s projects are coming to and departing Netflix? Find out in this week’s Casting News!
Alan Rickman’s brother Michael held the Purple Haze Ball to increase awareness and support Pancreatic Cancer Action in its fight against the deadly disease.
We will never forget the sound of his voice or the way he brought one of the biggest “Potter” characters to life. We still miss you, Alan Rickman, and so does the rest of the “Potter” cast.
Alan Rickman’s Personal Archive to Be Sold, Including “Potter” Scripts and Letters from J.K. Rowling
An amazing collection of scripts, personal letters, papers, and diaries from the late Alan Rickman is set to go on sale, including all kinds of memorabilia that would be absolute treasures for “Harry Potter” fans.
Often overlooked as nothing more than a humble beginning, “Sorcerer’s Stone” is by far the most underrated adaptation in the “Potter” franchise.
From cavemen to puppies, the “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” cast members know how to entertain us and make our hearts melt. This week, we check out new trailers for Eddie Redmayne’s “Early Man” and Miriam Margoyles’s “The Man Who Invented Christmas”. Plus, we lose our minds over Colin Farrell cuddling a puppy at Toronto International Film Festival!
“Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.”