De Harry Potter-sterren reageren op het overlijden van Alan Rickman

Van Daniel Radcliffe tot Sir Michael Gambon (a.k.a. Perkamentus): velen van de Harry Potter-cast reageren op de dood van collega Alan Rickman.

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Celebrities, tegenspelers en fans reageren geschokt op het overlijden van acteur Alan Rickman. Zijn voormalige Harry Potter-collega's delen allemaal massaal mooie verhalen over de Brit op social media waaruit blijkt dat Rickman een nog leukere en mooiere man was dan we al dachten. 

Sir Michael Gambon (Perkamentus) vertelt aan BBC Radio 4:

'Everybody loved Alan. He was always happy and fun and creative and very, very funny. He had a great voice, he spoke wonderfully well. He was intelligent, he wrote plays, he directed a play. So he was a real man of the theatre and the stage and that's how I think of Alan.'

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Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) schreef een prachtig stuk op zijn Google -pagina:

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James Phelps en Oliver Phelps (Fred en George Wemel) laten op Twitter weten:

 

 

Warwick Davis (kobolt Grijphaak) post:

 

En Jamie Campbell Bower (Gellert Grindelwald), die ook met Alan Rickman in Sweeney Todd speelde, zegt:

 

Uiteraard kroop J.K. Rowling herself ook meteen achter Twitter:

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Emma Watson (Hermelien Griffel) deed een ode op Twitter met een beroemde quote van Alan Rickman:

  

Verder schrijft de actrice nog dit op Facebook:

I'm very sad to hear about Alan today. I feel so lucky to have worked and spent time with such a special man and actor. I'll really miss our conversations. RIP Alan. We love you

Posted by Emma Watson on Thursday, January 14, 2016

 

Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfidus) laat weten:

 

Matthew Lewis (Marcel Lubbermans):

 

Actrice Emma Thompson (Professor Sybilla Zwamdrift) laat in een verklaring aan de The New York Times weten:

'Alan was my friend and so this is hard to write because I have just kissed him goodbye. What I remember most in this moment of painful leave-taking is his humor, intelligence, wisdom and kindness. His capacity to fell you with a look or lift you with a word. The intransigence which made him the great artist he was—his ineffable and cynical wit, the clarity with which he saw most things, including me, and the fact that he never spared me the view. I learned a lot from him. He was the finest of actors and directors. I couldn't wait to see what he was going to do with his face next. I consider myself hugely privileged to have worked with him so many times and to have been directed by him. He was the ultimate ally. In life, art and politics. I trusted him absolutely. He was, above all things, a rare and unique human being and we shall not see his like again.'

 

We gaan je missen Alan Rickman...