Lyall Lupin and Hope Howell’s first and only child, Remus John, was born after a year of marriage. In March 10th, a happy, healthy little boy was born, he showed early signs of magic and both parents imagined that he would follow in his father’s - a Welch world renowned authority on Non-Human Spiritous Apparitions - footsteps, attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in due course.
”Did you like question ten, Moony?” asked Sirius as they emerged into the Entrance Hall.
“Loved it, said Lupin briskly. “Give five signs that identify the werewolf. Excellent question.”
“D'you think you managed to get all the signs?” said James in tones of mock concern.
”Тhink I did,” said Lupin seriously, as they joined the crowd thronging around the front doors eager to get out into the sunlit grounds. “One: he’s sitting on my chair. Two: he’s wearing my clothes. Three: his name’s Remus Lupin.”
“Recently I’ve become super interested in sustainability and transparency and understanding what I’m putting on my face and on my body. It’s been a fun little mission to see how far I can go with it… Can I create a completely sustainable wardrobe? Can I dress sustainably on the red carpet? Can I put together a hair and makeup look with completely organic products? I needed to figure out if it was achievable or not. You can’t talk the talk if you don’t walk the walk.”
“Actually when [the filmmakers and I] were deciding on the look [of Luna] we used a lot of [Harry Potter] fan art to decide on the hair and clothes and things like that. They knew I was a fan and they asked if I had anything in mind and I was like, ‘Oh, yeah.’ […] For some reason, they missed that she was blonde and had long hair and I was like, ‘Wait, no, she needs to have long hair, and it needs to be all flowing and kind of crazy looking. [On dying my hair] we actually wanted it a bit darker than it was but my hair was kind of knackered from all the dying. So, we settled on bright blonde. But, it sort of added to making her kind of ethereal.” — Evanna Lynch, Runway Magazine (Fall 2012)
The idea of playing interesting, complicated, delicate, vibrant, strong, rigorous human beings is what actors live for. That’s the stuff that we dream of. I don’t see it as risk taking. I see it as an amazing opportunity to play interesting people.