The Signature Shop @SignatureShop 20hWe are delighted to announce @Evy_Lynch will be signing with us on 6/6. Pre-order now! thesignatureshop.co.uk/products/pre-o… pic.twitter.com/lF66TXBb5h
Evanna LynchAnd then there were FIVE!
The Irish Post@theirishpost#HarryPotter and @Evy_Lynch fans - what do you think of our cover pic of her ahead of #Houdini? bit.ly/1301mbN
Hi Vanessa. Look out for our status update later this afternoon. You're not going to want to miss it, we're sure.
msevylynchhace 16 horasAt Outfest for G.B.F. with my own GBF
Evanna Lynch, 21, played Luna Lovegood in four Harry Potter films. She has since appeared in Sinbad on Sky1 and the short film GBF, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival this year. She lives in LA and from September will tour the UK in Houdini, playing the escapologist’s wife.“I’ve always been a big fan of Harry Potter. I’d dress up and queue for hours to buy the books on the day they came out. When I was 11, I was ill with an eating disorder and Harry Potter seemed to be the only thing that was there for me. It was my whole life. So I wrote to tell J K Rowling and she wrote back. We sent letters for a while and she was really supportive.“In January 2006, they held an open audition for Luna, so I got my dad to take me to London, from Ireland. Luna was my favourite character; I wouldn’t have played anyone else. She speaks to young people who have been bullied or have self-esteem issues. I had an audition and got called back the next week for a screen test. It all happened so fast, I didn’t have a chance to write to J K Rowling to tell her. When the producers told her they’d cast me, she couldn’t believe it.“I had such fun filming – it never felt like work. The only difficult part for me was the fame thing. Joining on the fifth film, I was starstruck by the other actors. It was difficult to see myself as the same as them, when I’d written them fan letters. When the films ended, I struggled. Did I want to continue acting? What should I do with my life? I had to grow up a second time. The good thing was that there were so many others on set going through the same thing.I saw J K Rowling a few weeks ago; she’s very supportive of everything I do. I thought The Casual Vacancy was very brave. She has amazing compassion and her style is unique – but I have to say that book made me miserable.”
Lovely shoot with the gorgeous miss @Evy_Lynch (aka Luna Lovegood) today... Much respect for braving the British summer.. Very cool lady!