Freddie Stroma recently sat down to talk about his new show “The Crew,” what he’s been up to lately, and the last thing he bought online.
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Today I continue my series on questionable moments with “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”.
Here are five easy recipes for making your own Madam Puddifoot-worthy Valentine’s Day treats.
Although Hermione has never shown an interest in Quidditch, Ron becomes convinced that being a good Quidditch player is the only way to win her affections.
We all know Neville and Seamus were the kings of bad luck, but what other wizards are having the worst days ever?
Join me on a wild ride re-watching “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”. Enjoy the awkward moments, and make a few pincer jokes. Laugh at ol’ Sluggy, and cry with Draco. Sit back and have fun.
If any of you have been watching Lifetime’s “UnREAL” this summer, you’ve probably recognized a familiar face – Freddie Stroma, whom most “Potter” fans know better as Cormac McLaggen (and the best part of the sixth movie, if you ask me). The show’s first season ended earlier this week, and Freddie sat down with MTV to discuss the show, his character Adam, and of course, life after “Potter”.