Emma Watson poses for a photo with the actors playing the children of Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy after attending a performance of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
The 26-year-old actress wrote a rave review for the stage play on her Facebook account.
“Yesterday I went to see the Cursed Child. I came in with no idea what to expect and it was AMAZING. Some things about the play were, I think, possibly even more beautiful than the films,” Emma wrote.
“Having seen it I felt more connected to Hermione and the stories than I have since Deathly Hallows came out, which was such a gift,” Emma said. ” Meeting Noma [Dumezweni] and seeing her on stage was like meeting my older self and have her tell me everything was going to be alright, which as you can imagine was immensely comforting (and emotional)!”
“The cast and crew welcomed me like I was family and Noma was everything I could ever hope she would be. She’s wonderful. The music is beautiful… I could go on… Here are some pics of me meeting Noma and the crew. Love, E xx ?#?keepthesecrets? ?#?19yearslater?,” she added.
Emma also snapped a photo with Sam Clemmett, who plays Albus Potter, and Anthony Boyle, who plays Draco Malfoy’s son Scorpius.
Check out these brand new photos of Draco Malfoy and his son Scorpius from the upcoming stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child!
Actors Alex Price and Anthony Boyle play the characters.
“He’s wearing the official Hogwarts uniform before you go and get sorted into your house. He’s a Malfoy so his clothes should be really expensive but quite constraining to make him feel a bit awkward,” author and playwright J.K. Rowling said about Scorpius.
She also added, “I’ve got a feeling Scorpius is going to do nothing to turn girls off the Malfoy men.”
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Ron and Hermoine are all grown up in these new photos, with their daughter Rose, from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child!
The new Harry Potter piece is an upcoming stage play, set to take place in London.
The beloved characters are portrayed by Paul Thornley (Ron), Noma Dumezweni (Hermoine), and Cherrelle Skeete (Rose Granger-Weasley).
“Rose is like her mother, but more secure, more grounded. She was born to wizards and knows her place in the world. Cherrelle plays her perfectly: bossy but deeply loveable,” author J.K. Rowling said on the new character.
“Ron in his forties isn’t very different from Ron in his teens, except that his feet hurt a bit more. Paul’s so funny and brilliant in the role,” J.K. added, stating about Noma playing Hermoine: “I saw Noma workshop the part and when John Tiffany told me he’d cast her, I was overjoyed. She gets Hermione inside out.”
If you missed it, see the photos of Harry Potter and his family from the stage play!
British actors Jamie Parker, Sam Clemmett, and Poppy Miller pose together in these new photos to promote the new stage production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
The actors are playing the respective roles of Harry Potter, Albus Potter, and Ginny Weasley in the eighth story for the beloved franchise.
“He simply is Harry now. There’s a kind of relief in watching him, he gets it so right,” author and playwright J.K. Rowling said about the older version of the wizard.
“There’s much I could say about Sam-as-Albus, but we’d be into spoiler territory so quickly I’ll just say we couldn’t have cast better,” Rowling said about the actor playing Harry’s son.
“I think a lot of people would like to have Poppy‘s Ginny for a mother. Kind and cool, exactly as I imagined her,” she added about the older version of the Weasley sister.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child begins performances in London on June 7!
Tom Felton chills out at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Media Preview Day held at the Universal Studios Hollywood on Wednesday afternoon (April 6) in Universal City, Calif.
The 28-year-old actor met back up with James and Oliver Phelps and Evanna Lynch to chat all about Harry Potter.
When asked about spin-offs that they’d love to see happen, Tom pinpointed one on Gilderoy Lockhart.
“He’s one of the chaps from the second film. We haven’t heard from him in a while so that would be fun to see,” he shared. “As far as my own spinoffs go – good Lord, I wouldn’t know where to start.”
Evanna picked out Harry’s parents, Lily and James: “We only get flashes of them in the books…I’d love to know what kind of people they were and what they were like.”
Tom Felton steps out for the Universal Studios’ “Wizarding World of Harry Potter” Grand Opening held at Universal Studios Hollywood on Tuesday night (April 5) in Universal City, Calif.
The 28-year-old actor joined his former cast mates Evanna Lynch, Warwick Davis, and James and Oliver Phelps, along with composer John Williams at the big event.
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“Nice new addition to the LA skyline don’t you think? #hogwartscomestohollywood #wheresmybutterbeer #gs7camerarules,” James shared on Instagram during the night of events.
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Vanessa Hudgens blows a kiss to the cameras as she arrives for the Universal Studios’ “Wizarding World of Harry Potter Opening” held at Universal Studios Hollywood on Tuesday night (April 5) in Universal City, Calif.
The 27-year-old actress met up with Darren Criss (not pictured) inside the venue to check out the new park.
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“After my magical evening at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, I had to share this…” Vanessa wrote on Twitter, which leads you to a quiz about the ever popular book and movie franchise.
Vanessa is also pictured below running some errands around town the day before.
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J.K. Rowling has released the titles of the upcoming installments of her story series on Pottermore, “The History of Magic in North America!”
From March 9-11, a new story will be relased each day at 9 a.m. EST on the site, EW reports.
“Seventeenth Century and Beyond” will debut Wednesday (March 9) and covers the Salem witch trials, explaining why being a witch or wizard is more dangerous in North America than it is in Europe.
“Rappaport’s Law” debuts Thursday (March 10) and discusses strict laws about wizarding secrecy in the 18th century.
“1920s Wizarding America” debuts Friday (March 11) and tells the story of “the American makers of the finest wizarding implements.”