It’s been five years since we left Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley on Platform 9 3/4 waving goodbye to a gaggle of children digitally aged beyond belief. A photo posted by B O N N I E W R I G H T (@thisisbwright) on Radcliffe’s new play takes inspiration from Edward Snowden’s NSA leak, tackling our culture’s complex connection to the devices that rule our lives.
In this cruel world without the promise of any future “Harry Potter” films, fans have to rely on morsels of “Potter” goodness to sustain themselves. Congrats Dan on another stellar performance 👏🏻 Google is terrifying and I'm now scared to use my phone. Unlike most productions, “Privacy” actually encourages audience members to keep their phone on, posting to Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram through the show.
Luckily, Potterheads everywhere got a dose Hinny nostalgia when actress Bonnie Wright (Ginny) took in Daniel Radcliffe’s (Harry) new play “Privacy” on Thursday in New York City. Congrats Dan on another stellar performance,” she captioned the photo. The man in the enviable position between Radcliffe and Wright is none other than Chris Columbus, who directed the first two installments of the film series.
She’s even recruited her “Potter” family to help get the word out, sharing photos of actors like Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy) and author J. Link in bio 👕 A photo posted by B O N N I E W R I G H T (@thisisbwright) on Only two days left to buy my limited edition t-shirt.
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To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I don't think we'll ever be able to see anything like this anymore, they've literally grown up in front of our eyes.
In the new issue of Hot magazine, both Daniel Radcliffe and Bonnie Wright spoke about the kiss Harry and Ginny shared at the Burrow in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I. I can't stop thinking about the scene at King's Cross in the first film I can't believe these are the same people, i remember exactly what Bonnie looked like in that scene And Dan's so right, who would have thought! Well, i was a child ten years ago too, the same age with these people.
And that's why it feels so strange I'm really looking forward to seeing that scene.