Daniel radcliffe and katie leung dating
Here, Daniel talks about how Harry has evolved in the new film, "Order of the Phoenix" — from bashful wizard to first kiss — and what the tea leaves say is next.(Watch Radcliffe talk about Harry's loss of innocence, first kiss and questionable alliances.) MTV: Just as Harry is a little older in each film, his world becomes a little larger — and darker.She has to decide whether she wants to go back and save him.” Katie revealed that her father was born in Hong Kong and that she visited the nation once a year.“Having the opportunity to film was very nostalgic and my grandmother was there at the time and came to set,” the star said.Since the Harry Potter series ended in 2011, Katie has been hard at work appearing in period drama Father Brown, a stage production of Wild Swans, and playing Portia in The Merchant of Venice."We're used to seeing Asian females being a certain kind of type of character – demure, silent, dominated and all these kinds of connotations," she said."So to have a role as dynamic and as headstrong as Lau is really incredible.
He's setting up a group of people to fight against Umbridge, who is oppressing them — she's trying to stop them from learning any real magic — and that provides more of the uplifting moments. I mean, we say that every time, but this one is much darker, and I think Dumbledore's Army really lifts the film in tone, where you see Harry go from this quite reluctant leader to this Henry V character who is stirring up the troops. MTV: And his battle is a more internal one as well.
She plays Mei Ashley, an adopted young woman who returns to China to meet her biological family after she is contacted by them when her brother faces execution.
Discussing the role in the three-part drama, Katie said: “She’s leading this pretty cushy life.
"I think that America is probably doing slightly better in terms of diversity, but I like to think that we are getting somewhere in terms of representation." The actress, who was born in Scotland and is of Hong Kong descent, added: "In the 15 years that I have been acting, I have really yet to play a role that is not down to the colour of my skin, so I can't say that I have experienced anything like that yet, but I look forward to that day.
"I did a workshop not so long ago with a bunch of Scottish people and it was such a joy to just play the part of a Scottish girl – that's something that I really miss doing and being, especially living in London now." sees her play Lau Chen, a politically-engaged young woman "protesting a corrupt government".