Whenever you meet a celebrity, remember that you might be one of the lucky ones who will live long in their memory. Check out the anecdote about Eddie Redmayne and this Mexican potter.
A meeting between @capainvisible and Eddie Redmayne happened during the premiere Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets last march, in London, UK. There, the Mexican could see the passage of most of the cast of the third part of this story separated from the characters that JK Rowling created for the Harry Potter literary and film saga.
Jude Law, Mads Mikkelsen, Alison Sudol, etc. Most of the cast, whose event not only allowed the Mexican potter’s head to be one of the first in the world to see the film, but also to live with all of them, especially with also the protagonist of La chica today . Remember? He drew Picketthis gentle branched friend who became a favorite from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
The story did not stop there, the same lucky man fell in love with her a tattoo thanks to what he discovered Redmayne remembers her and had the confidence to tell her about his encounter Taylor Swift during an interview they both shared with the BBC. They seem to have been talking about how cool the fans are, and if they both know, Bono, the lead singer of U2, is also present in the conversation.
“I have dear fans. I remember that girl, at the premiere, she told me ‘draw on my hand’. She gave me a pencil and added ‘draw a fantastic animal’. I made a Pickett which is basically a wand. The next day he showed me that he had tattooed her. How could I know?. I would have made my little man a little better!”, the singer recounted to his astonishment, who had just released his album “Midnights”.
Bono and Taylor were quite amused by the anecdote, as it was something they had experienced. Many fans of Swifter and U2 surely have autographs of the musicians on their skin, the same goes for @capainvisible and his cute Pinkett. The only one who didn’t seem to understand was Graham Norton, who made a disgusted face.. Anyway, thanks for the space to remember that the best potters are in Mexico and Latin America.