This week, the Time-Turner takes us all the way back to 2012, a year that brought us Pottermore, “The Casual Vacancy”, and the MuggleNet podcast “Alohomora!”
Tagged: The Casual Vacancy
Episode 27 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” continues our discussion of humor in “Harry Potter”, delving into the comedy of the books and films, as well as fan parodies and Rowling’s other creations.
The Irish Film and Television Academy has announced who will be receiving its lifetime achievement award this year, and we don’t think the recipient could be any more deserving!
Speaking this week at the Oxford Students’ Union, Sir Michael Gambon (Albus Dumbledore) responded to the recent online debate surrounding the casting of Noma Dumezweni as Hermione in “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”.
Upcoming “Fantastic Beasts” star Eddie Redmayne and a host of former “Potter” alumni are featured on the London Evening Standard’s list of the Most Influential People in London. Redmayne made the top 25 in a 1,000-strong list, which also consists of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” producer Sonia Friedman, Ralph Fiennes (Lord Voldemort), and Imelda Staunton (Dolores Umbridge).
Our friends over at AlwaysJKRowling.com recently had the chance to sit down with Jonny Campbell, the director of “The Casual Vacancy” TV adaption. Find out which actor Jonny was looking forward to working with and if they lived up to his expectations!
In an in-depth interview for the “Sunday Times”, Sir Michael Gambon talks about how he got started in acting, why he can’t perform on stage any longer, “Harry Potter”, and the upcoming HBO series by J.K. Rowling, “The Casual Vacancy”.
Are you excited for the television adaptation of “The Casual Vacancy”? BBC has released the first clip from the series, and it features Howard Mollison (Sir Michael Gambon) as he learns of Barry Fairbrother’s death and quickly springs into action.
It’s finally February, which means that it is just over two weeks until “The Casual Vacancy” finally premieres on television! As we get closer to the air date, BBC is finally releasing long-awaited new information about the show – including a trailer and an interview with screenwriter Sarah Phelps (which includes spoilers!).