1. Ralph Fiennes (Lord Voldemort)
watchthatcorkscrew had a cab driver who had just met Fiennes. He told him that he noticed the picture of his son on the dashboard, and the driver told him how much he loved Harry Potter. So Fiennes, being an absolute angel, offers to call him and as soon as his son picks up goes into full character with”So I hear you think you’re a strong enough wizard to defeat me??” For the next few minutes the cab is filled with tough talk, shouting of ‘expelliarmus!’ ‘you’ll never defeat me!’ and then “a very convincing death gargle”. Before he leaves, Ralph signs a bit of paper which read ‘To George, The greatest wizard I have ever duelled’ and leaves a very generous tip.
2. James Franco
Franco was once speaking at ssavitsky‘s University, and he and his friend were waiting around in the hopes of getting a picture with him – she even got a hug, and ssavitsky just looked at Franco and said “Dude, don’t I get a hug, too?” Franco simply responded, “Come here, man.”
3. Patrick Stewart and Halle Berry
shun-16 was working in their local grocery store while X-Men was being filmed in their city – Stewart and Berry walk down one of the isles with two big security guards who move to protect Berry. Completely ignoring her, shun-16 says to Patrick Stewart “you’re way better than Kirk.” He got a smile and a nod in response while one of the security guards cracked up a little like “he doesn’t even care it’s Halle Berry.”
4. Barack Obama
Obama and David Cameron visited itrhymeswithreally‘s University, and Obama was offering the students around him hotdogs. Now, although this person was very much out of the hotdog-offering range, who wouldn’t want a hotdog from Obama? So they reached over and said “I’ll have a hot dog!” – after a weird look and some time later, the former president looks back at them and asks “Did you get your hot dog?”, to which they respond with, and I quote, “MYEAAAH THANK YOU!”
5. Gerard Butler
catangel001 once saw Gerard Butler on a Subway in Orem, UT and, as you would, pretended like it wasn’t actually him. “You look like Gerard Butler, he’s one of my favorite actors.” He answered, “I get that a lot,” and winked. Then he went on to ask, “Well, are you a true fan of his?” And they say, “Of course!”
After proving they knew what he used to do before acting (he was a lawyer), they ended up spending the next twenty minutes discussing law, politics, and why someone would give up a successful career in law. They ended up shaking hands before parting ways.
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