Harry Potter actor Tom Felton says Rowling has been on set ‘once or twice’
If we discuss Harry Potter author and author, JK Rowling, you might think that she doesn’t just read books, design toys, and direct all the movies. But her involvement in the movies is much less than one might think, according to Draco Malfoy himself, Tom Felton, in a new interview with The Independent about his books, Beyond the Wand: The Magic and Mayhem of Growing Up a Wizard.
The wide-ranging interview covered a wide range of topics, but in the end Rowling’s controversial views on transgender people came about when it was mentioned that her name was missing from the endorsements. Felton previously said he doesn’t have time for anything that doesn’t support human rights, but added that “It’s also a reminder that Jo is the founder of [these] stories, she wasn’t as much a part of the making of the film as some might think. I think I just recall meeting her once or twice on set. “
Felton avoids talking directly about his personal feelings about Rowling’s views or speaking about his own, noting that Rowling remains responsible for creating stories that he says are enjoyed by people “of all ages.” , all circumstances” favorite. He added that his friends “all have different opinions on many different issues and we honor our own choices, and that” we are certainly not amused. when putting crosses on people who may have said things with which we disagree. “
In a different twist, the interview discusses Felton’s struggles with mental health in the years since the series ended, the role Harry Potter co-star Emma Watson has played in encouraging encourage him to tell his whole story instead of just the funny parts and more.
Meanwhile, Rowling remains unrepentant about her previous statements, reply to a Twitter follower that any time she mentions fans she may have lost, she just reads her “most recent royalty check” and notices that “the pain goes away pretty quickly.” After years of making questionable changes to her book’s characters through Twitter posts, Rowling in tune with her feelings about transgender people, and has remained popular with fans ever since. Since then, the Harry Potter stars have been talking about their relationship with Rowling based on her point of view while the developers behind the upcoming game Hogwarts Legacy tried distance from them from her sight and organizations like the US Quadball stopped calling their sport Quiddich, namely mention her point of view is one of the reasons.
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