Rupert Grint’s comedy series “Sick Note” has got a second season – before the first has even aired. But what’s it even about?
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In this week’s Alumni Roundup, we catch up with Daniel Radcliffe on the promotional trail, as well as find out what two of our favorite Weasley siblings have been up to!
While these days it seems like you can barely turn a corner without seeing updates about Emma Watson or Daniel Radcliffe, news about the third member of the “Harry Potter” trio, Rupert Grint, is a little more scarce – which is why we’re excited to learn about one of Grint’s upcoming projects!
Yesterday, a polar bear appeared in the middle of central London, taking a ride on the tube, as well as roaming through the city. The bear was also filmed crossing the river Thames, using the bridge that the Death Eaters infamously destroy in the film version of “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince”.
You may remember a couple of months ago we posted a promotional video for “Fortitude”, the new television show that stars Sir Michael Gambon. We now bring to you a new interview just ahead of its release!
Michael Gambon talks Icelandic scenery in his new television series, “Fortitude”. The 12-part series is about a close-knit Arctic community, living in the town of Fortitude, whose lives are rocked by a dramatic, mysterious murder. This is the first violent crime to ever occur in the quiet town, and it exposes many of the residents’ secrets. Gambon plays Henry Tyson, a wildlife photographer who only has a few weeks left to live.