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James and Oliver Phelps were unaware which Weasley twin they were playing in Harry Potter

English actors and brothers James and Oliver Phelps performed the position of mischievous twins Fred and George Weasley in Harry Potter motion pictures. Now, the brothers have revealed that they didn’t know which twin they had been alleged to be enjoying till a couple of minutes earlier than the desk learn for the primary film — Harry Potter and the Thinker’s Stone. Whereas James performed the position of Fred, Oliver portrayed George.

The brothers revealed the tidbit to their co-star within the franchise Evanna Lynch on their podcast Regular Not Regular. The subject of the episode was Lynch’s upcoming memoir. Lynch performed the position of Luna Lovegood in Harry Potter motion pictures. Oliver stated on the newest podcast episode, “We’re talking five minutes before we’re supposed to start, we still had no idea who was Fred and who was George.” The actor added that when he enquired the casting director about the identical, she thought he was kidding.

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Oliver added, “Now we always like to think they just … ‘Oh, you didn’t get the memo about the huge meeting we had in Burbank with like 50 people on the call. But in hindsight, it was probably either Chris, David, or J.K. Rowling just saying … ‘James is Fred.’”

Revealed by Headline Books, Lynch’s memoir chronicles her battle with an consuming dysfunction, restoration and dedication to her goals. “In one way, this book is a memoir about my struggle with an eating disorder. However, it’s not really a book about thinness and eating; it’s about rebuilding yourself after, literally recovering yourself,” she wrote on Instagram whereas saying the memoir lately.

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