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Warwick Davis urges fans to be aware of sepsis after wife’s illness

Warwick Davis has urged his fans not to “overlook” sepsis after his wife Sam was diagnosed with the illness in 2019.The Harry Potter actor shared an interview on Twitter in which he discussed her experience of the illness and how he had feared she would not survive it.He tweeted: “This took place a while ago and thankfully Sam has now fully recovered.“I hope her story will stay with someone which will in turn save a life. In these times, when someone’s poorly, it’s automatic to think Covid but please don’t overlook sepsis. #ThinkSepsis.”Sepsis is a rare but serious complication of...
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Warwick Davis shares devastating sepsis story as he urges awareness of illness

Warwick Davis earlier this year shared devasting sepsis stories as he urged awareness of the illness in a charity video.The actor detailed the tales of many survivors, who believed their symptoms were related to common issues like hayfever and colds.The illness is one Davis himself has first-hand experience with, having revealed his wife was diagnosed in 2019.Taking to Twitter on Monday (4 July), the Harry Potter star once again urged fans not to “overlook” sepsis, saying it can “affect anyone” as he shared a recent article on the topic.Click here to sign up for our newsletters. Read More Zara Aleena's aunt says her niece valued her 'independence' more than anythingSchool children among 16 dead after bus falls off cliff in IndiaDriver carrying out fuel protest on M4 gets arrested
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Willow Star Warwick Davis

On May 26th Disney+ released a trailer announcing a sequel series to the popular 1988 fantasy film Willow, with Warwick Davies reprising his role as the titular character. The show is currently slated to release on 30th November 2022. In addition to Willow, he is familiar to audiences as a...

Willow Executive Producer & Star Warwick Davis Reveal Val Kilmer Does Have Part in Sequel

With the 1988 fantasy movie, Willow, receiving an upcoming TV sequel on Disney+, with Warwick Davis reprising his iconic role as Willow Ufgood, it begs the question about the status of Val Kilmer’s character in the original film as Madmartigan due to actor Val Kilmer’s recent health issues. Kilmer does appear in the sequel to 1986’s Top Gun reprising his role as Iceman in Top Gun: Maverick. Warwick Davis and show writer and executive producer Jonathan Kasdan spoke to Yahoo! Entertainment at Star Wars Celebration, confirming that Kilmer will have “small but poignant” part in the upcoming sequel series.

Warwick Davis Is Back as ‘Willow’ In First Disney+ Trailer

In between the original Star Wars trilogy and the prequels, George Lucas spent about 15 years making other projects and building Lucasfilm and its various subsidiaries. One of his most ambitious endeavors in that period was Willow, a large-scale fantasy about a dwarf (Warwick Davis) who becomes a sorcerer who saves a baby from an evil queen.
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Warwick Davis Is Back With Willow Series, Trailer Out

Mumbai, 27th May 2022 (NewsHelpline) - Disney drops trailer for their new Willow series, this is a continuation of the story from the beloved 1988 classic of the same name, follow a dwarf hero by the name Willow Ufgood.

‘Willow’ Stars Warwick Davis, Erin Kellyman, and More Tease the Disney+ Show

Star Wars Celebration has usually been just what’s on the tin: a celebration of all things Star Wars. That changed today when Lucasfilm kicked this year’s fan convention off with a panel about all things Lucasfilm coming to Disney+ and theaters over the next two years. Fans and press in attendance not only got to see Harrison Ford announce a June 30, 2023 premiere date for Indiana Jones 5, but also the first trailer for the Disney+ show Willow.

New ‘Willow’ Images Reveal Warwick Davis in Disney+ Series

Star Wars Celebration wasn't just relegated to a galaxy far, far away, as Lucasfilm and Disney+ also showcased some of their other fan-favorite projects. Namely, the studio unveiled the first look at Willow, the upcoming series based on the original film from 1988. Warwick Davis will return as the titular character, with Jonathan Kasdan (son of the legendary Lawrence Kasdan) developing the series alongside Wendy Mericle (Arrow, Desperate Housewives).