We’ve finally got glimpses of Robert Pattinson, Sir Kenneth Branagh, and Clémence Poésy in the new “Tenet” trailer, plus David Bradley recalls the Red Wedding in Casting News!
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Awards season has arrived, and you can find out which of your Wizarding World favorites were among the ensemble winners – plus why Colin Farrell has been carrying around an umbrella regardless of the forecast – in this week’s Casting News!
This week, the Time-Turner takes us back to 2017, a year that brought us Jude Law as the younger version of Albus Dumbledore, the “Harry Potter: A History of Magic” exhibition, and the Forbidden Forest extension of Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter.
Daniel Radcliffe may have been joking about the role he’d like to play in another popular film franchise, but we’re supporting it anyway! Plus, Jamie Campbell Bower wants you to be in his next music video. That and more in Casting News!
We may have a long wait for Disney’s “Cruella”, but we’ve got first-look images right now of Dame Emma Thompson filming for the movie! Also, you’ll definitely want to read about the time Jason Isaacs became J.K. Rowling’s Secret Keeper.
“Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” may have the best creatures around, but our wizarding world favorites have been involved in plenty of other projects featuring mystical beings, and we’ve got two of those for you in this week’s Casting News!
A few of the stars of “Fantastic Beasts” are making waves again in the fashion industry, and three more projects featuring wizarding world alumni have had their release dates pushed back. That and more await in Casting News!
We’ve got bad news this week about one of our favorite Netflix series, but Casting News rebounds from there with premiere dates for “Peaky Blinders” and “The Crown”, a birthday song from General Hux, and Nat Tena hating on the “Game of Thrones” finale!
We’ve got the deets on three major projects featuring ensembles of wizarding world alumni for you this week, along with a new release date for “Playmobil: The Movie”, Jude Law suffering for his art, and Ralph Fiennes making a bid for the next major action star.