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September 19, 2017  Debby  No Comments

Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange) was not the only actress of the Harry Potter Saga who attended the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF 2017), but Jason Isaacs was also among the former Harry Potter cast members who attended the festival to promote his most recent movie The Death of Stalin. Jason may be better known to you as Lucius Malfoy, one of the saga’s “villains” and Draco Malfoy’s father.

“The Death of Stalin” is set to be released on October 20 in the UK this year and also stars Rupert Friend, Steve Buscemi, Simon Russell Beale and Jeffrey Tambor. The Guardian describes its plot shorty as followed:

Faced with the unthinkable demise of Stalin, so long revered as nothing less than a god, these Soviet dignitaries panic, plot and go in and out of denial: a bizarre, dysfunctional hokey cokey of the mind. Everyone is of course initially terrified of saying out loud that he is dead – a quasi-regicidal act, which could, in any case, turn out to be wrong and interpreted as traitorous wishful thinking. But dead he is, and Iannucci shows that it is like the casting, or lifting, of some witch’s spell. All these ageing courtiers and sycophants have suddenly been turned into a bunch of scared and malicious children.

On Wednesday, September 06, Jason made his first TIFF 2017 appearance at the TIFF Soiree with special guest Priyanka Chopra, followed by the official premiere for “The Death of Stalin” on September 08, 2017. Afterwards Jason also attended the “The Breadwinner” and the “Three Christs” premieres. I uploaded some images to the photo gallery already, more to be added as soon as possible.


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  • Actors > Jason Isaacs > Public Appearances > 2017 > September 06 – 2017 Toronto International Film Festival – TIFF Soiree With Special Guest Priyanka Chopra
  • Actors > Jason Isaacs > Public Appearances > 2017 > September 08 – 2017 Toronto International Film Festival – “The Death of Stalin” Premiere
  • Actors > Jason Isaacs > Public Appearances > 2017 > September 08 – IFC’s “The Death Of Stalin” Cocktail Reception
  • Actors > Jason Isaacs > Public Appearances > 2017 > September 09 – 2017 Creative Coalition Spotlight Initiative Gala Awards Dinner
  • Actors > Jason Isaacs > Public Appearances > 2017 > September 12 – 2017 Toronto International Film Festival – RBC Hosted “Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpoo” Cocktail Party
  • Actors > Jason Isaacs > Public Appearances > 2017 > September 12 – 2017 Toronto International Film Festival – RBC Hosted “Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpoo” Cocktail Party
  • Actors > Jason Isaacs > Public Appearances > 2017 > September 14 – 2017 Toronto International Film Festival – “Three Christs” Premiere
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    September 14 – Johnnie Walker Presents “Three Christs” Premiere Party
  • September 18, 2017  Debby  No Comments

    On Friday, September 15, Helena Bonham Carter – the actress who portrayed Bellatrix Lestrange in the Harry Potter movies, attended the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Canada to promote her most recent movie project 55 Steps. The film also stars Hollywood actress Hilary Swank and actor Jeffrey Tambor. A short plot synopsis can be found below:

    When patients’ rights lawyer Colette Hughes goes to meet her new client, Eleanor Riese, a patient in the psychiatric unit of a San Francisco hospital, she has no idea that besides taking on an uphill legal battle to improve treatment for mental patients in hospitals, she is meeting a woman who will make it her mission to transform Colette’s workaholic life.

    I added 37 LQ/MQ images of Helena to the photo gallery. I hope to find HQ ones soon.

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  • Actresses > Helena Bonham Carter > Public Appearances > 2017 > September 15 – 2017 Toronto International Film Festival – “55 Steps” Premiere
  • September 13, 2017  Debby  No Comments

    Great news for you, UK! Rupert’s (Ron Weasley) recent TV project, Snatch (2017), which is based loosely on Guy Ritchie’s movie, will premiere in the UK next month.

    BT customers will be the first to watch Rupert Grint’s acclaimed TV drama Snatch.

    The 10-part original series will premiere on AMC in the UK, BT TV channel 332/381 HD, on October 31st at 10pm.

    BT TV customers will be able to watch the full box set on demand after the premiere on the BT Player.

    Snatch centers on a gang of up and coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck of gold bullion and are suddenly thrown into the high stakes world of organised crime. They must quickly learn to navigate the treacherous waters of London’s underworld as rogue cops, gypsy fighters, international mobsters and local villains descend.

    Inspired by the hit Guy Ritchie movie, Rupert stars as intelligent but chaotic Charlie Cavendish. Described as a “punchy adventurous show” by Variety, the series was praised by People for retaining “the flashy grittiness of the 2000 crime caper but with a new generation of hucksters”. The AV Club said that the first series “will hit you like a ton of gold bricks”.

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    September 09, 2017  Debby  No Comments

    Since Harry Potter Web‘s aim is to provide you not only with updates regarding the Harry Potter series, but also the movie adaptations’ cast and crew members. Therefore, we’re glad to show you the recently released movie stills for Daniel’s (Harry Potter) latest movie project, “Jungle” which will be released in 2018.

    We’re super excited for the survival movie and the posters already promised an exciting adventure movie. We can’t wait! Enjoy the stills!


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  • Actors > Daniel Radcliffe > Movie Productions > Jungle > Movie Stills
  • September 07, 2017  Debby  No Comments

    One of Daniel’s most recent movie projects, Jungle (2017) has revealed two new movie posters, the US and the UK version. Both have been added to our photo gallery. Check them out!

    For those who haven’t heard about Jungle yet, it is adapted from Yossi Ghinsberg‘s memoir of the same name, following the Israeli backpacker in the 1980s as he ends up stranded in the Amazon jungle after an excursion goes terribly wrong, leaving them at the mercy of the wilderness. Daniel Radcliffe stars as Ghinsberg, the the first trailer shows him encountering all sorts of terrifying scenarios in the jungle. It looks like a harrowing story of survival to say the least.

    Daniel is portraying the role of Yossi Ghinsberg, however, after premiering at the Melbourne International Film Festival in August, the reviews haven’t been all that complimentary.

    The Hollywood Reporter says, “Fronted by a committed Daniel Radcliffe sporting a bushy beard and creditable Israeli accent, this is a survival thriller without much in the way of you-know-what, and seems destined to land in the Amazonian bog into which films that satisfy neither grindhouse nor art house are sucked.” Plus, The Guardian writes, “In McLean’s hands, Ghinsberg’s story feels less like nonfiction than Ozploitation-goes-tropical. His direction treads a timeworn, genrefied path, hemming and hawing through fake-out scares and jabbing crescendos.”

    Jungle hits select theaters and VOD on October 20, 2017 (in the USA). Its UK release date is set for 2018.

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  • Actors > Daniel Radcliffe > Movie Productions > Jungle > Posters
  • September 07, 2017  Debby  No Comments

    Harry Potter Web wishes Hugh Mitchell a wonderful and happy 28th birthday today, September 07. Hugh was born in 1989 in England as Hugh William Mitchell. Harry Potter fans may know Hugh as Colin Creevey from the second movie adaption, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. After the Harry Potter movies one could see Hugh in many movie productions such as The Da Vinci Code (2006) or BBC TV series Wallander (2015).

    Besides acting, Hugh is a very passionate composer and music producer. He creates music for royalty-free licensing, as well as bespoke music for all types of projects. You can have a look at some of his music here. For more information make sure to visit his official website. He can also be followed on social media, for instance on Twitter and Instagram.