It’s a new year, which brings new roles and new beginnings for many of our favorite “Harry Potter” cast members. This week, see how Domhnall Gleeson’s career has blossomed over the past couple of years, what David Tennant is up to this January, and fangirl over the confirmed cast for “Bridget Jones’s Baby”. All of this and more in MuggleNet’s weekly Role Call!
The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards took place this weekend in Los Angeles. A notable number of “Potter” alumni were involved in projects that were nominated, and there were several “Potter” winners on the list.
This week in Role Call, we experience a number of trailers and clips from some of the most anticipated projects on the slate. From the upcoming series “Dig” to Alan Rickman’s return to directing, we have a lot to show you. Dig on in!
In this week’s Role Call, we find a Kickstarter campaign from one of our MuggleNet Live! Expo Patronum special guests, catch Voldemort getting a college degree, the new Bond film finally gets a title, and we find Father Christmas with a gun?!? All that and more as we check out what our favorite cast members are up to this week!
The SAG nominees have been announced! The list features many “Potter” alumni in various projects.
Casting News: An army practically takes over Role Call, Dowager Countess dresses down, Santa is spotted, and Daniel’s next magical role gets a title!
Domhnall Gleeson and his brother, actor Brian Gleeson, are featured in a new music video, which also gives fans a glimpse at old home movies of the brothers as children. Take a look here!
We finally get our greedy eyes on some set photos from “Dad’s Army”, get a peek at Domhnall in “Unbroken”, and just in time for Halloween, we also get to throw our hands up in front of our faces as we try to hide from “The Woman in Black” sequel! All that and more in this week’s Casting News!
As fall approaches, our “Harry Potter” cast are returning to familiar and favorite roles as we take a look at the new season of “Downton Abbey”, discuss possible Oscar noms, a return to Monty Python’s roots, and a first look at “Medea”!