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Special Features - Ten Youngsters Destined to be the Next Big Thing

Danielle Shields looks at ten youngsters destined to be the next big thing...

With the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 bringing an end to the magical franchise, it is clear that just like its three main protagonists, thousands of children have grown up with the series and are now progressing into adulthood. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson were a mere eleven years old when they were thrown head first into media chaos with being named the stars of the future. A decade later and it's now safe to say that the prediction has come true with one of the trio moving to stage, the other sticking with the big screen and the last moving into modelling. Now, it is time to meet the young actors and actresses who have taken their rightful place as the new rising stars. Some have already created a
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Happy birthday to 'The Twilight Saga: New Moon' star Jamie Campbell Bower!

Amidst all of the exciting box office news surround his latest picture - The Twilight Saga: New Moon - the celebration of his birth just nearly slipped through the cracks. Twenty-one years ago today, Jamie Campbell Bower was born . . . or, as his Twitter profile suggests: Winter 1988. A woman cries in Hammersmith hospital. Silence, then a childs cry answers. Some say it was divine intervention others a cruel experiment. I am born Bower became an actor only a few short years ago, making an appearance in 2007's The Dinner Party and then taking a larger role as Anthony in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street. Since then, Bower has taken roles in films like RocknRolla by Guy Ritchie and the remake television series The Prisoner. That's all before he became Caius in The Twilight Saga: New Moon and took the post as Gellert Grendelwald in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part I
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Wallace 'ready for Walford comeback'

Jessie Wallace has decided that she wants to reprise her role as EastEnders favourite Kat Slater, a report claims. The actress played the Queen Vic barmaid between 2000 and 2005 before leaving to pursue other projects. She has since appeared in BBC dramas The Dinner Party and A Class Apart, as well as ITV1's Wild At Heart and reality show Strictly Come Dancing. An insider told the Sunday Mirror: "Jessie is very excited about playing Kat again. She's (more)
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