The list of nominees for the 17th annual Moët British Independent Film Awards is out, and there are plenty of “Potter” connections! Check it out!
In another interview at the Toronto International Film Festival, Bill Nighy (Rufus Scrimgeour) spoke about the different roles he has played in his career, including his role as Rufus Scrimgeour in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1”.
Bill Nighy’s (Rufus Scrimgeour) latest film “Pride”, in which he co-stars with former “Potter” stars Imelda Staunton (Professor Umbridge) and Jessie Cave (Lavender Brown), was released in British theaters a couple of weeks ago. The film was shown at the Toronto International Film Festival, where Bill spoke to the “LA Times”. In this interview, Bill talks about getting the film made, the way that attitudes have changed over the last 30 years, and his career so far.
This week, we get our first look at the new season of “Downton Abbey” including spoilers regarding the dowager Countess, find a professor taking on a role in the CIA, see why New York is so popular, and follow Peter Pettigrew into a haunted house. All that and more in Casting News!
“I think with acting you just to have accept that whichever job you get, you were meant to get it because that’s the only way you can find reason in this weird auditioning world.”
Jessie Cave talks to MuggleNet about her latest film, Pride, her fear of horses and the reasons she writes.
Pride, starring Potter alumni Imelda Staunton, Bill Nighy and Jessie Cave, is an uplifting tale of acceptance and solidarity. Read our full review now.
Excited to see the new movie “Pride” with three HP stars? We’ve got the newest trailer here!
In the latest edition of MuggleNet Role Call, we find out which Harry Potter alum will be invading our televisions this fall, which long-awaited projects are slated for theatrical release, and which project has been placed on hold for the time being. Let’s dive into the latest casting news like Harry in the Black Lake during his second Triwizard task, shall we?