Category Archives: HP cast projects

New Promotional Stills of Jessie Cave in “Mary Rose”

Harry Potter star Jessie Cave, who played Lavender Brown, is in the DogOrange theatre company’s production of Mary Rose. New promotional stills, courtesy of, and a trailer can be seen below.

The play, which is adapted from the novel written by Peter Pan author J.M. Barrie, is a supernatural story of love, lost innocence and the parallel world of the dead. Time Out had this to say about the play.

A scrupulously detailed, gripping, genuinely goose-bump inducing vision of this high Victorian ghost story … director Matthew Parker’s sterling cast, and his sure, hugely inventive dramatic touch generate an impressive, lingering impression of real loss and longing.

The play runs from now until April 28, 2012 at Riverside Studios in the UK. If you reside in London or will be there during this time, you can purchase tickets for the show here.

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First trailer for Tom Felton’s ‘Labyrinth’ TV series, also starring John Hurt, released online

Labyrinth, described as “an adventure story set both in Medieval and modern-day France and centered on two woman bound together by the secret of the holy Grail”, is a joint German, British and South African TV project set to go on air this year, although it doesn’t have any distributor in the US or UK yet. Tom plays the medieval Viscount Trencavel while John Hurt (Ollivander) plays the modern day Audric Baillard. Thanks to Feltbeats for the tip on this trailer.

Tom Felton and Rupert Grint sign on to new film projects

Some good news coming in in the last couple of days: the young stars of Harry Potter are continuing to find work, with Rupert Grint and Tom Felton both being signed up for new movies.

Tom is confirmed to be starring in Tony Kaye’s Attachment, supposedly a “sexual thriller”, opposite Sharon Stone! From

Tom Felton will be starring opposite Sharon Stone in Tony Kaye’s upcoming sexual thriller, Attachment, the director told today.

The film, written by Christopher Denham, stars Stone as a married woman and teacher who shares a night of infidelity with one of her students. Afterward, the student begins to stalk her and her family as he dates her own teenage daughter.

Felton, best known for the “Harry Potter” series, will play the student antagonist and the plan is to begin production in the next couple of months.

Tom has also been linked with another film, Fangs of War, which has been called “Inglorious Basterds” meets “Dracula”.

Rupert meanwhile has reportedly joined The Drummer, a star-studded Beach Boys biopic, along with young actress Chloe Moretz. This is what the Hollywood Reporter has to say: Get the whole story »