One of Hollywood’s most legendary and versatile actors, Christopher Plummer, passed away on February 5th at his family home in Connecticut.
'The Things They Carried,' one of the most famous books on the Vietnam War, is coming to the big screen with guns blazing.
There’s always news of the stress fame can cause, but now Daniel Radcliffe is talking about the things that helped him keep grounded.
In an interview with the BBC, the Harry Potter star says he sees how fame puts a lot of pressure on child actors.
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Radcliffe credited his groundedness to his parents and his Harry Potter co-stars, who helped to give him the perspective he needed.
He also said that London kept him stable.
“I spend time in LA [Los Angeles] now and I feel like I’m going insane,” he said.
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He said he couldn’t imagine living in LA from the time he was a child.
Radcliffe is sticking to what works and staying in London, starring in a production at Old Vic theatre.
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The final season of Game of Thrones is almost here, and everyone’s asking who will sit on the Iron Throne. My bet is on the true Queen of Westeros, actress Gwendoline Christie. As Brienne of Tarth she owns the battlefield, but as herself, this starlet owns the Red Carpet.
Here are all of Gwendoline Christie’s most regal looks.
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It may get tiring being known primarily for the role that made your career, but if it does, Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is being very gracious about it. In an interview with Efe, he says acting for Harry Potter was a gift, stating:
Honestly, it’s lovely. I think people expect me to find it oppressive that people are still talking about it, but there is a generation of people who grew up with us and that’s a real honor. When someone comes up to me and says like ‘you were a huge part of my childhood’…The idea that I could occupy that space for someone is, just, you know…amazing
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According to his actor biography on the media news portal 24SMI, the now wildly famous and successful actor made his start when he was only ten-years-old! The first film he acted in was the 1999’s David Copperfield, based on Charles Dickens classic David Copperfield.
Hope you guys speak Dutch, because here’s the one official trailer for the 1999 David Copperfield film.
Then came his big breakout role, Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone, based on the J. K. Rowling book of the same name.
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Ever since then, Danielle Radcliffe has found huge success, not only as Harry Potter, but as so many other characters, check out the top ten below!
Currently Radcliffe stars in a comedy series with Steve Buscemi, Miracle Workers, which is soon getting a second season.
Regardless of how many roles he’s taken on, it’s nice to see that Harry Potter still holds a special place in his heart.
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