But the only exception actor-wise to my sort of “didn’t intrude” rule was Evanna Lynch, who plays Luna. I hear her voice when I write Luna. And I even put painted pictures on the ceiling of literally Luna’s room in tribute to Evanna, because she, the actress herself, is so creative. She’s so talented and I know her well. So she influenced the real Luna.
This makes me emotional.
this makes me cry
I’m gonna reblog this again to remind people that EVANNA WAS NOT PROMISED THE ROLE IF SHE OVERCAME ANOREXIA
SHE OVERCAME ANOREXIA AND LANDED THE ROLE ON HER OWN
THANK YOU STOP SPREADING THAT SHITTY RUMOR
The advice that I got right from the beginning was to find the balance in Finn. He needs to be aloof. He needs to be sweet. He needs to be naive, but he can’t be dumb. That’s an interesting balance to walk.
“He was one of those guys whom everybody that he came into contact with felt that they knew him right away, and they were right. He was a great, generous spirit… made everybody feel welcomed…” - Brad Ellis x
“People have to understand that I can’t be alone forever. Cory wouldn’t want that.”