Our hearts can’t help but melt as we look back on what we believe to be the top five adorable moments between Newt Scamander and Tina Goldstein.
Tagged: Katherine Waterston
Katherine Waterston (Tina Goldstein) talks about the inspiration behind her acting, “Fantastic Beasts,” and her latest film, “The World to Come.”
Katherine Waterston Talks About Her Character in “The World to Come” and Why She Doesn’t Have Twitter
Katherine Waterston talks how she prepared for her role, why films like “The World to Come” are important, and why she still doesn’t have Twitter.
Who doesn’t love a little stylish villainy? We’ve got updates for you on projects involving all the baddies listed in the headline plus much more!
Katherine Waterston gives “Entertainment Weekly” a sneak peek into the award-winning LGBTQ romance film “The World to Come,” offering a teaser on portraying a 19th-century love story between two women. Catch Waterston in this highly emotional drama on February 12!
The future is on all of our minds right now, and some of our Wizarding World alumni are actively working to make it a better place. Read more about that plus plenty of other new projects in the works in MuggleNet’s Casting News!
We’re not happy about the cancellation of “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance”, but with any luck, the new “A World of Calm” series on HBO Max can help us deal with our anger. That plus much more in Casting News!
Robert Pattinson is fully recovered from his COVID-19 scare and is back on the set of “The Batman”! But can he out-moody Hero Fiennes-Tiffin in a new Superdry fashion campaign? You be the judge!
Katherine Waterston (Tina Goldstein) may soon be returning to the wizarding world, but before she returns to the magic of the early 20th century, she was reliving her time on the 19th-century American frontier at the premiere of “The World to Come”.