Many “Potter” alumni have taken to the stage over the last few years with great success, so it’s no surprise that many of them have won awards for their roles. Today, the UK Critics’ Circle Award winners were announced in a small ceremony in London.
You might know that Imelda Staunton (Professor Umbridge) is currently starring in “Gypsy”, a Stephen Sondheim musical that is due to return to London’s West End this March. In a new interview, Imelda picked her favorite Sondheim song and explained her reasons why.
In this week’s Role Call, we find a Kickstarter campaign from one of our MuggleNet Live! Expo Patronum special guests, catch Voldemort getting a college degree, the new Bond film finally gets a title, and we find Father Christmas with a gun?!? All that and more as we check out what our favorite cast members are up to this week!
It’s that wondrous time of year when we look forward to the holidays, feasts, and presents. In addition to the presents you can win during our annual (and awesome!) Advent Calendar Giveaway this year, we’d like to think that bringing you all the Role Call news every week is a gift, as well. This week, we bring you movies on Blu-ray, red carpet interviews (with animal guests, too!), George Clooney at Downton, a US series featuring a Slytherin baddie that has been added to a UK fall lineup, a “Harry Potter” ginger gracing the cover of a major film magazine, and a poster of a certain blonde Fairy Godmother. If we could wrap it up in a bow and hand it to you, we would! Take a look at this week’s Casting News!
Imelda Staunton (Professor Umbridge) is currently appearing in a sold out revival of the musical “Gypsy”, in the Chichester Festival Theater, UK. The run is due to end on November 8, but a rumor has now emerged that the production is currently in negotiation for a move to London’s West End.
We have a lot to cover in this week’s Casting News, including a first look at what a good Lucius Malfoy might have looked like, the secrets the Dowager Countess may be hiding, the “Harry Potter” reunion you weren’t expecting, Stan Shunpike gets animated, and more details (finally!) on the new “Cinderella”!