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Then he played with Johnny Depp for one more time in Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (2005) and Mr. Depp so much, not because his famous, because he’s kind and his talent is really awesome, and that was really a pleasure for Freddie to played for one more time with Mr. Freddie likes to try a new things, he likes playing a movie with different roles, different characters.Depp recommended Freddie for the role by himself, it just because Mr. Depp asked you to play with him for the second time?! In an interview, he said that he wanted to be a killer, and YES, he's got that role!! The best drama thriller which the icon is shower~ booo~~ hahaha."When you're 18 you can't play the kid from Finding Neverland any more," is Highmore's sensible assessment of his situation."People have different expectations when you're younger – it's less about changing yourself into a character; they want a more natural thing.
I think it's kind of prequel of that Psycho (1960) movie. Freddie is too cute to be a real killer :p ♥ Well, I think it's enough from me, that's all what I know.
His mother, Sue Latimer, is a talent agent who cast Daniel Radcliffe (he’s childhood friend) as Harry Potter.
And his father, Edward Highmore, is also a television actor who played in Jack and the Beanstalk : The Real Story (TV series, 2001). He also in the same football team with Skandar Keynes at the college.
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Ostrum is particularly relevant to the 18-year-old actor I am on my way to meet, for Freddie Highmore, who had his big break at the age of 12 opposite Johnny Depp in the JM Barrie biopic Finding Neverland, has also portrayed Charlie Bucket on film, in Tim Burton's 2005 take on the Roald Dahl children's classic.