We have quite a few pieces of news regarding some of the Harry Potter actors, so let's dive right in and see what everyone is up to!
As previously reported, Bonnie Wright attended the Cannes Film Festival to show her short film "Separate We Come, Separate We Go," which stars David Thewlis (Remus Lupin). We now have pictures of Wright on the red carpet, as well as at the Filmmaker's Dinner. Robert Pattinson (Cedric Diggory) was also in attendance at Cannes, and his red carpet pictures can be seen here.
"CBGB" stars Alan Rickman as CBGB owner Hilly Kristal and the New York City club's impact on the underground music scene, highlighting artists like the Talking Heads, the Ramones and Blondie. Grint will play Cheetah Chrome of the Dead Boys, who played a prominent role during the club's rise.
Finally, Tom Felton's upcoming film, "The Apparition," released its first trailer, which can be seen here or below. The film will be released August 24th.
I kind of want to see the movie that Tom Felton’s in….. but … it looks creepy o.0 ((as for the Robert fight I don’t see what the point is, he was a Harry Potter actor before he was a twilight actor. I’m not a big fan of twilight but that’s no reason to hate him or completely eject him from the Harry Potter fandom.))
I think they just meant he (robert) was monopolizing it before, he does seem to do a large amount of movies and people get sick of seeing the same face over and over and hearing the same things over and over.
@La La and HH7: Thank you very much!!! :)
@Graymayne: It is not ‘’bad mannered behaviour" to have my own opinion. I think Robert Pattinson is not a good actor at all, he was decent as Cedric, but anything else I’ve seen him in is laughable. You can like him all you want, but everyone else doesn’t have to.
Yay for Bonnie! She is out there and working her magic with her film and at Cannes people! She & Rob are partying and celebrating. Making the contacts that they need to get ahead! I love it! Go Bonnie! fingers crossed for the luck.
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