“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” writer Jack Thorne discusses what the creative team always knew would be at the center of the play.
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The Scottish actor, who has won a BAFTA TV Award on three previous occasions for his work on “Cracker”, is up for the Leading Actor category.
Congratulations to both Julie Walters and Robbie Coltrane for taking home honors for lifetime achievement and “National Treasure”, respectively, at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards 2017 in London on Tuesday.
Read on to learn more about David Tennant’s newest Disney endeavor, Sir Kenneth Branagh’s newest accomplishment, and Stephen Fry’s newest audiobook secret reveal! Oh, and you’ll also fall in love with Dame Maggie Smith all over again. All that and more in this week’s Role Call!
Jack Thorne Opens Up on Tackling “Potter”: Five Things You Didn’t Know About the “Cursed Child” Playwright
Thorne talked about his collaboration with J.K. Rowling on “Cursed Child”, elaborating on the experience of joining forces with the “Potter” author.
“Potter” veterans Robbie Coltrane and Julie Walters star in “National Treasure”, a four-part drama that explore the events after a famous comedian is accused of sexual abuse. Coltrane plays Paul Finchley, the man accused of rape, and Walters plays Finchley’s wife. The drama is penned by “Cursed Child” playwright Jack Thorne, and all three recently spoke to the “Guardian” about the miniseries.