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"Poor Emma," confirms Felton, "Of course I knew; it was obvious." When describing Robert Pattinson (who played Cedric Diggory and would of course go on to achieve mega-stardom as Edward Cullen in the Twilight series) Newell recalls him having "that sort of posh doom about him." Cast memories On the night Daniel Radcliffe received the news he had been cast in the role that would change his life, his parents let him stay up and watch Fawlty Towers.
"That was my treat" he said "Fawlty Towers is a good reward." Oliver and James Phelps (who play the Weasley Twins), are naturally brunettes.
During the filming of Half-Blood Prince, James Phelps not only played Fred Weasley but became an assistant director on the film.
This was largely due to the fact that, to a certain extent, Oldman was playing himself: "This is pretty much the way I look".
When I point out the irony of me, a self-confessed Potterhead who – embarrassingly – used to write fanfiction about Fred Weasley, interviewing the actors who played Fred and George, Oliver remarks, “I don’t think you’ll ever meet somebody who’s not in awe of anyone else, though.” Perhaps it’s because I’m deliberately pressing them on matters that are distinctly not Potter-related, but I get the sense from our brief chat that James and Oliver rarely get asked questions about the real world instead of JK Rowling’s magical universe.
Especially after an hour long session answering questions from the student body’s Potter fans, they seem relieved to have been given a breather from answering questions about the pranks they pulled on set, and how it was decided who was to play who (, they never actually switched places during filming, and as for the decision as to who was to play Fred and who was to play George, it seems to have been a panicked case of finger-pointijng during the first official read-through).
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