Zoë Wanamaker reveals she and her fellow actor 'nicked' the letters that the owl brings to Harry Alan Rickman stole props from the Harry Potter set and sold one for more than £17,000, a former co-star has revealed. Zoë Wanamaker, who appeared in the first film as broom flying instructor Madam Hooch, said that she and her fellow actor took the letters that the owl brings to Harry.
Matthew Lewis has been reminiscing on the late actor Alan Rickman, detailing how the icon of British cinema imparted some invaluable advice during his formative years in the film business.Lewis, who played the role of Neville Longbottom in the fantasy franchise adaptations of Harry Potter, worked alongside Rickman on set.
As Hogwarts’ potions master, Professor Severus Snape told students that by mixing mysterious and magical substances he could teach them how to “bottle fame, brew glory, and even put a stopper in death”.Now, a real-life Professor Snape is overseeing a different kind of creative concoction in the hope of boosting protection against Covid-19.
Kate Winslet on Alan Rickman Rickman is remembered by his co-stars as a kind and humble actor Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis has shared a heartwarming anecdote about his late co-star Alan Rickman.Rickman – who famously portrayed Severus Snape throughout the franchise – died in 2016 aged 69 of pancreatic cancer, having only revealed to close friends that he was terminally ill. Remembering Rickman during a recent appearance on the Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum, Lewis – who played Neville Longbottom – shared an emotional memory from the actor’s last day on set for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II in 2011.
A woman with the last name Snape allegedly claimed to be the fictional character Harry Potter after a hit-and-run that killed a federal judge and injured a 6-year-old boy.Nastasia Andranie Snape, whose surname is the same as Professor Severus Snape from the Harry Potter books, was reportedly driving erratically including going around stopped traffic.
Nastasia Snape allegedly also seriously injured a six-year-old boy A Florida woman, who claimed to be Harry Potter, has been arrested after a federal judge was killed and a six-year-old boy was injured in a hit-and-run crash.Nastasia Snape, 23, who shares a surname with the prominent character Severus Snape in the Harry Potter novels, was arrested by Delray Police officers on Friday morning.
Snape fled into neighboring Delray Beach, where she crashed, according to police.A Delray police officer said Snape appeared to be having convulsions, but she emerged from the car and got into the ambulance.While en route, Snape began screaming and fighting with medics while claiming she was Harry Potter, prompting medics to drug her, according to authorities.
ALAN RICKMAN would have been 75-years-old today.In memory of the iconic actor, we look back at some of his greatest movie roles from Harry Potter to Die Hard.
ALAN RICKMAN is an actor who slowly grew to stardom after years of brilliant performances - but it turns out he almost walked away from one of his most iconic roles: as Severus Snape in Harry Potter.