Hi! could you help us spread the word about this?
"As you may know, Oliver and James are coming back to Italy on the 2nd and 3rd of July. I(iole)am going to Rome(and hopefully Ostia too) at the exibit where the Twins and Evanna will meet their fans.
I'll be giving them some presents from PhelpsTwinsItaly and two of them will be two drawings made by me. Do you want your twitter username featured on them? What you have to do is tweet us back(@PhelpsTwinsITA) and tell us if you wanna be on the oliver's one, the james' one or both(I'll hopefully post a pic of all the presents in these days.
YOU HAVE TIME UNTIL THE 30th OF JUNE.
I'LL BE WRITING ON THIS TWITTER WHEN THERE'ARE NO SPOTS LEFT.
Also, if you're coming too don't be afraid to come and talk to me :) I'll be the one with a big "Phelps Twins Italy" sign."
thank you in advance!
“We always thought that we wouldn’t know what it would be like until we were on the promotional tour, so now it’s starting to really sink in. I think the London premiere is going to be quite emotional.”—James on the end of Potter
“I remember it very clearly. We were in a little village in Yorkshire, literally in the middle of the countryside, and we shot the last scene of the first movie when Harry gets back on the train. That’s the first scene we ever shot, and I can remember being nervous as hell.”—James on his very first day of filming
“I think Voldemort, to be honest. He’s not like any bad guy around. Normally, the bad guy shows some kind of remorse, but Voldemort doesn’t show any remorse to anybody. I think he’s quite powerful in that sense. People who have read the book know the outcome, but you still watch the movie and think, ‘How are you going to defeat this guy?’”—James on his favourite character
“It’s quite cool. I never really understood it until we got going and we got the fans’ reaction. A lot of people say that they enjoyed how we brought comic relief to the movie.”—James on the Fred and George fanbase
“We did do quite a few pranks on set to keep ourselves entertained, and then we could just fall back on the ‘Oh, we’re just in character’ thing. I always wanted to take my wand, but they kept those because they’re doing a prop tour. But it would be quite cool to have one of those one day. But the one that I did actually get to take with me was money from Gringotts Wizarding Bank. The actual coins were really detailed.”—James on pulling pranks and taking home props
“I think that it was an emotional day for everyone when we shot Fred lying there. We did about five takes total, and then Oliver was done because it had emotionally drained him. It’s really hard to put yourself in that position and imagine that kind of thing.”—James on how Oliver handled the dramatic scene.
“It was surreal. I feel like a really close friend has died. It was more like a Saving Private Ryan scene than Harry Potter, so it was kind of cool, because every guy wants to be in an action movie and that’s what this is. But I pretty much just laid there and fell asleep. I think it was more of a challenge for the other guys than me. Rupert and Oliver, they really upped their game for that one. Hopefully people will like how it’s been done.”—James on filming Fred’s death
What’s the strangest thing that has happened with a fan? James: I got sent a watermelon that already had Rupert’s signature on it. Oliver:I met a guy who had a tattoo on his arm of Dan once while I was out, but it was very well done. James: A drunk staggered up to me once and cried “Hey Weasley!”
If you were a female which Harry Potter character do you wish you had played? James: The Spider Oliver: Professor Sprout
How do you feel now that you have completed the Harry Potter series? Oliver: I think we’re still not aware that it’s over yet. James: I feel like a circle has been closed.
Who is your favorite actor or actress? Oliver: Tom Hanks James: Rupert Grint