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The 26-year-old actress took to Twitter to show her full support for the new , “he was the first and only choice to play magician Newt Scamander.” Like Emma Watson, the 34-year-old actor is just as humble about his success and fame.In all of his interviews, he can’t seem to stop gushing about his love for the world of In today's #Fantastic Beasts interview, we talk to the man bringing Newt Scamander to life on screen, Eddie Redmayne: https://t.co/Xbz7uq V45L pic.twitter.com/h TUw Fdwpb0 — Pottermore (@pottermore) November 17, 2016. At the beginning of the film he doesn’t care what people think of him.It’s just the way he took to the training, he picked up things really quickly, even difficult things like walking on his back legs and covering his eyes. He loves the job and Eleanor, I have to say, she is absolutely fabulous with him.Nothing bothered him, nothing phased him.’Miss Raddings also trains Buddy who stars in Doc Martin with Martin Clunes and Sparky who appeared with Carey Mulligan in Suffragette, but said: ‘I’ve got lots of dogs on my books but Barley is the one who can do everything and anything. She adores dogs and she is brilliant with him, absolutely brilliant.‘Aidan is lovely too, such a nice guy.
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His success has seen him graduate from his early days of adverts for Sainsbury’s, Asda and Churchill Insurance to appearing in cinema blockbusters such as In The Heart of The Sea with Chris Hemsworth and Ben Whishaw, the upcoming version Beauty and the Beast with Emma Watson and J. Rowling film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them with Eddie Redmayne.
Miss Raddings was contacted by Battersea, who are constantly on the look-out for her for animals who might fit the bill as performers.
And so, you know, we were all unbelievably horny from about the third film to probably about the end of the fifth; then it all settled down. Radcliffe also said he was bullied at school but used the skills he learned on the film sets to fight back."Because I'd been on set with some really genuinely witty people over the last few years, I could turn round to these idiots and at least try and tear them apart," he said."They didn't like that.
I'm not saying I was Oscar Wilde at 14, but I had a line for anything they could throw at me."Radcliffe also said he was learning ballet in a bid to equip himself for a future without Harry Potter as his safety net.
From barking on cue to walking on his hind legs, he has a repertoire of tricks that would put a circus troupe to shame and his trainer Gill Raddings insists he is one of the finest stunt dogs she has come across in her 30 year career.