It’s been a little more than a long time since on-screen character Alan Rickman unfortunately died at 69 years old. The BAFTA Award-victor was dearest by numerous individuals for his depiction of Severus Snape in every one of the eight Harry Potter films, and during an ongoing web based life connection with a venerating fan, creator J.K. Rowling shared a passionate tribute to Alan Rickman.
Rowling posted the tribute tailing one fan’s tweet referencing Rickman’s exhibition as Professor Snape.
Posted recently (April 7), the underlying tweet read, “Today around evening time in Italy they air Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow Part 2. As usual, I’m NOT prepared to bid farewell to Severus Snape Thank you @jk_rowling for this one of a kind character and for persuading Alan Rickman to depict him – we had the ideal Severus Snape.”
The message incited Rowling to answer, “In Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Snape shows up with his back to the crowd. At the dress practice I saw him in his long dark wig and my eyes loaded up with tears in light of the fact that, for a brief instant, my silly heart accepted when Snape turned round, I’d see Alan.”
Rowling’s tweet alluded to the stage adjustment of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which originally opened in London’s West End back in July 2016 — only a half year after Rickman lost his fight with Cancer.
As Digital Spy reports, this isn’t the first run through Rowling has paid tribute to the Harry Potter star, and at the hour of the on-screen character’s passing, the honor winning creator took to Twitter to communicate her sympathies.
“There are no words to communicate how stunned and crushed I am to know about Alan Rickman’s passing,” she composed, before depicting the fan-most loved as a “superb on-screen character” and “great man.”