A day at The Shire! Thank you to the Hobbiton and Armageddon staff on NZ for a wonderful trip! Ps. This picture proves that I am TALLER than the average hobbit! Excuse me while I go and dance, I never get to be taller than anyone!! FUN day! :)0.01 am 10/25/2013
yonythemoony said:Watching Evanna in Hobbiton reminded me of her post in Fitting It In. About the dream she had about being casted in The Hobbit as a elf princess.
Watching Evanna in Hobbiton reminded me of her post in Fitting It In. About the dream she had about being casted in The Hobbit as a elf princess.
by Shahlin GravesWhilst in town for ARMAGEDDON EXPO 2013, EVANNA LYNCH and ROBBIE JARVIS - most famously known for their roles as Luna Lovegood and James Potter in the Harry Potter films - hung out with Coup De Main to [eat sweets and] discuss important Harry Potter related matters...P.S. You can see Evanna and Robbie at Armageddon Expo this long weekend (October 25th-28th) at the ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane, Auckland. Tickets are available through iTicket.co.nz.
It only takes a little dose of JKR to remind me of what life's about and why we're here. Best human on the planet. http://t.co/jdPc4MjkGz— Evanna Lynch (@Evy_Lynch) October 27, 2013
It only takes a little dose of JKR to remind me of what life's about and why we're here. Best human on the planet. http://t.co/jdPc4MjkGz
Final day! Found out the marvelous @Evy_Lynch and @Robbie_Jarvis are #korra fans! pic.twitter.com/E3MFikdrdf— janet varney (@janetvarney) October 28, 2013
Final day! Found out the marvelous @Evy_Lynch and @Robbie_Jarvis are #korra fans! pic.twitter.com/E3MFikdrdf
With a solid and unexpected cast (Evanna “Luna Lovegood” Lynch as a psycho homophobic Mormon and Natasha Lyonne as the hippie advisor of the GSA) and priceless cameo appearances (the scene in which Megan Mullally watches Brokeback Mountain with her newly outed son steals the entire movie), G.B.F. was hands down the most enjoyable experience I had at ImageOut, though perhaps not the most profound.
Reading 'Eating Animals' by Jonathan Safran Foer. Crying lots & tearing out all my hair. Factory farming is the worst thing to happen to us.— Evanna Lynch (@Evy_Lynch) October 31, 2013
Reading 'Eating Animals' by Jonathan Safran Foer. Crying lots & tearing out all my hair. Factory farming is the worst thing to happen to us.
Shoutout to all the Lovegoods rocking radish earrings & lion hats this Halloween! Little light-fairy-magic-dancers! I give you ALL the candy— Evanna Lynch (@Evy_Lynch) November 1, 2013
Shoutout to all the Lovegoods rocking radish earrings & lion hats this Halloween! Little light-fairy-magic-dancers! I give you ALL the candy
Harry Potter star, Evanna Lynch, has launched a new anthology of writings by students from the Centre for Talented Youth, Ireland (CTYI) at Dublin City University. Words to Tie to Bricks features beautiful gas masks, disastrous relationships, ghostly husbands, mysterious encounters inFlorence, ominous ski slopes, birds without mittens, painfully awkward moments and immortal jellyfish. The anthology was written, revised and polished by 15 budding young writers, aged 14 to 17 from throughout the country, during the course of an intensive three-week Anthology of Writing summer programme run by young adult author, Claire Hennessy.Evanna, who portrayed Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter movies, is herself a CTYI graduate, having attended CTYI in 2007 and 2008 studying drama and speculative fiction writing. Speaking at the launch, Evanna said,“The Centre for Talented Youth is a home away from home for gifted young people from all corners ofIreland. From my own personal experience, I know that it provides a challenging yet supportive environment which allows each person the freedom to develop and fully realise their talents. This exciting new collection gives wonderful expression to the imagination and creativity that are nurtured here at CTYI.”Dr Colm O’Reilly, Director of CTYI said,“We are really proud of the achievements of these young writers. It is important for bright students to have outlets to develop their talents. This book provides a starting point for these students in what could be a long literary career.”Proceeds from the anthology, published by Kazoo Publishing will go to support St Michael’s House which provides crucial services and resources to those with intellectual disabilities.Barbara Wiseman, Head of Fundraising at St. Michael’s House said,“We are delighted to benefit from this great literacy initiative from CTYI. CTYI is an exceptional organisation providing unique services. We are very grateful to be nominated as the charity for this wonderful book and encourage our supporters to purchase.”
Lovegoodness!8.45 am 11/10/2013
J.K. Rowling with Evanna Lynch, Warwick Davis and Warner Bros. Entertainment's CEO Kevin Tsujihara at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
The official Facebook page and IndieWire announced that Evanna Lynch's upcoming movie, G.B.F., will be available to view exclusively to DirecTV subscribers in the U.S. on November 21, and will hit theaters and onDemand January 17, 2014. The Harry Potter actresses plays MacKenzie, a bigoted foe to the lead.
The beautiful @Evy_Lynch and I before the @Lumos event on Saturday night. pic.twitter.com/De4dSxam4A— Robbie Jarvis (@Robbie_Jarvis) November 12, 2013
The beautiful @Evy_Lynch and I before the @Lumos event on Saturday night. pic.twitter.com/De4dSxam4A
msevylynchhace 6 horasGah. Cuddling with Jo. 100,000,000x thanks to Jo, Lumos and the guy who took this photo.