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Rupert Grint says Robbie Coltrane was ‘still looking out for us decades later’ as he pays tribute to late Harry Potter co-star
Rupert Grint has joined the chorus of Harry Potter actors paying tribute to the late Robbie Coltrane, emphasising how ‘warm, compassionate and hilarious’ his former co-star was.He also shared how Coltrane was ‘still looking out for us even decades later’, having first started playing the role of Rubeus Hagrid when Grint, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson were children.On Friday October 14, it was announced that Coltrane – best-known for starring in productions including Cracker, Harry Potter and the James Bond film franchise – had died at the age of 72.Tributes poured in for the celebrated Scottish actor, including from Harry Potter author JK Rowling, Radcliffe – who played the wizard on screen – and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.In a heartfelt post shared on Instagram, Grint – who starred as Ron Weasley opposite Radcliffe’s Harry and Watson’s Hermione Granger – wrote of his ‘heartbreak’ over Coltrane’s death.Sharing a picture of the late actor in character as Hagrid sitting outside the Hogwarts gamekeeper’s hut on the school grounds, the 34-year-old wrote: ‘Heartbroken to hear that Robbie is gone.‘I’ll never forget the smell of cigars and beard glue- a wonderful combination.No one else on this planet could of played Hagrid, only Robbie.’He continued: ‘Just as Hagrid was in the books and films Robbie was in life- warm, compassionate and hilarious.‘A giant hearted man who was still looking out for us even decades later. Sending love to his family.
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Harry Potter's Emma Watson wows with hair transformation as she returns to pixie cut
Harry Potter star, 32, made headlines in 2010 when she snipped off her shoulder-length locks to unveil a much shorter hairstyle following her eight-film run as Hermione Granger.She later grew out her hair but has now returned with a shorter version.READ MORE: Harry Potter's Emma Watson praised as she 'makes witch dig' at JK Rowling at BAFTAsIn images released on Thursday, Emma shocked fans by once again returning to the pixie cut.The Little Woman star looked stunning as she posed with the cropped style.Wearing dangly earrings and black eyeliner, the actress stared boldly into the camera lens.The re-emergence of her short hair came alongside news of an exciting new project.Posting to Instagram, Emma confirmed she had been asked to be the face of a new refillable fragrance campaign for fashion house Prada.The Little Women star also revealed that the ad would mark her first directorial role.She wrote in a caption: "I can't wait to share this piece of my art, and hope that you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it."I could never have done this without my unbelievable team of collaborators. "Thank you for your time, commitment, talent and passion."My directorial debut and Prada's newest refillable fragrance, coming soon."Other images from the Prada campaign saw Emma pose in a biker jacket and miniskirt.Speaking in 2012, Emma revealed that her sexuality was questioned when she originally chopped off her locks.She previously told Vogue: "I had journalists asking me if this meant I was coming out, if I was a lesbian now.
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Fans delighted as new cast revealed for hit show Harry Potter And The Cursed Child
Harry Potter and The Cursed Child.The critically-acclaimed theatre production, which opened at the Palace Theatre in London in 2016, also launched a book of the script.Ahead of performances this autumn, beginning on October 13, 2022, bosses behind the hit show have now revealed a new cast - including The Crown and Desperate Romantics actor Sam Crane as Harry Potter.READ NEXT: Harry Potter's Tom Felton 'returns' to Hogwarts after unveiling studio tour exhibitionHe will also be joined by newcomers Frances Gray as wife Ginny and Thomas Grant as Harry's son, Albus.That's not all, as existing cast members Thomas Alridge and Michelle Gayle will continue as Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, alongside James Howard as Draco Malfoy and Adam Wadsworth as Draco's son, Scorpius.Following the cast announcement, fans flocked to social media to share their excitement, with one saying: "So exciting! Can't wait to see it."Another shared a GIF of Professor McGonagall clapping, alongside the tweet: "Look forward to seeing everyone!"One fan shared their tears of happiness through a GIF of a Doctor Who character crying, while another shared a GIF of a character crying with the caption: "Happy tears."Harry Potter and The Cursed Child takes place nearly two decades after the events of the final book in the Harry Potter series, The Deathly Hallows.It sees Harry's son struggle with his family's legacy as he begins his own journey at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, while Ministry of Magic employee Harry grapples with events of the past.Taking place over two parts, the past and present in Harry's worlds collide as uncomfortable truths are revealed and darkness emerges once more.The show, which was written by J.K Rowling, Jack Thorne and
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Emma Watson and JK Rowling 'rift' claim 'rejected' by Harry Potter co-star amid trans row
Harry Potter creator JK Rowling and the cast, including Hermione Granger actress Emma Watson, following the author's vocal stance on trans issues. Additionally, Emma appeared to snub the author at the BAFTA Awards earlier this year, after she said that she is "here for all the witches" while presenting an award at the event, seemingly in reference to Rowling's criticism of Labour Leader Keir Starmer saying "trans women are women".It comes after Rowling faced backlash after taking to Twitter two years ago to mock an article which used the phrase, "people who menstruate" instead of "women".Additionally, last year celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter franchise's first installment.And while many cast and crew members were invited back to film scenes for the one-off taping, JK was nowhere to be seen.Instead, she appeared in archived clips taken from previous interviews as fans rushed to social media, under the impression JK had been snubbed from the reunion.Appearing on GB News earlier this year, Evanna attempted to dispel rumours of a rift between the cast and the creator of the wizarding world.The Luna Lovegood actress said: "I think there's things we don't all agree with and don't understand."The star went on to insist that despite a difference of opinion, they all respect each other.She continued: "I've talked to all the cast, they all have great respect for her even if they don't agree with her beliefs."I really strongly disagree with the narrative that there's a rift," she added.The star went on: "She has her beliefs and she's doing her thing.
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Harry Potter's Emma Watson praised as she 'makes witch dig' at JK Rowling at BAFTAs
Harry Potter author JK Rowling while presenting a BAFTA on Sunday night (March 13).The writer has been very vocal about her views on women's rights, and whether or not they include the rights of trans women, with her regularly excluding trans women from the conversation.But Emma, who played Hermione Granger in the wizarding franchise, seemed to take aim at JK as she took to the stage to present the award for Outstanding British Film.Rebel Wilson, who was hosting the event, introduced Emma by saying: "Here to present the next award is Emma Watson. She calls herself a feminist, but we all know she's a witch."And Emma, who has previously spoken out in support of trans women following JK's tweets, said: "I'm here for all of the witches, by the way."Viewers at home noticed the stress Emma placed upon "all", and took it to mean she was once again showing her support for the transgender community.One person tweeted: "Emma Watson throwing some classy shade there – 'I just wanna say I'm here for all the witches.'"Another said: "Emma Watson's 'I'm here for *all* of the witches, by the way' was a giant dig at JK and I love her for it."A third wrote: "Emma Watson saying she's here for 'all the witches'."While someone else added: "I love that Emma Watson is here for all the witches."And a fifth said: "Emma Watson opening with 'I'm here for all the witches...' She's here for trans rights #TransWomenAreWomen."Recently, JK has been slammed for "speaking for the gay community", after she shared a tweet in which she suggested that gay people agree with her views.She wrote: "Innumerable gay people have been in touch with me to say exactly this.
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