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Jason Isaacs talks Lucas Malfoy

JasonIsaacs.jpgJason Isaacs has been talking to fans about his role as Lucas Malfoy in the upcoming Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and they managed to catch him on video. You know Isaacs sounds like a really decent bloke.

Isaacs was starring in the play The Dumb Waiter on stage in London and it appears that the fans caught him at the stage entrance, and far from being upset or getting on with his play, he's taken the time to talk to them and been really open and genuinely interested. What a nice bloke.

He talks about the new costume he has to wear, and about the fact that there's going to be loads of extras for the DVD. You can watch the video footage over at The Leaky Cauldron. There's nothing really exciting, but what I loved about it was the openness of the guy. Oh and while you're at the Leaky site, roll that cursor over Harry's face...nice.





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I adore Jason Issac and he's makes the perfect Lucius Malfoy, it's as if he stepped out of the book.

I love Jason Issacs too. He has such passion for the roles that he plays. Example: his character in 'The Patriot'. Damnn he was soooo 'into' his character.

And he is the absolute perfect actor to play Lucious Malfoy. Hes just, deliciously evil looking.

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